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The Tories Rogues and Reprobates


Too many leading Tories misbehave. They are rogues and reprobates who are unfit to hold public office and undeserving of the trust placed in them.

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Racism White People N***** Empty Apologies


A jolly in apartheid South Africa breaching international sanctions didn’t stop David Cameron becoming PM. The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, didn’t need to use anything as sophisticated as “Mutton-headed old mugwump” to ridicule black people. He merely described us as ‘piccaninnies’ with ‘watermelon smiles’ who should be grateful that white people saved us from relying…

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Brexit Too Toxic To Challenge May


The lack of Tories lining up to replace May is either because she is doing a good job or because Brexit is poisonous. One means we need a 2nd referendum

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Sex Sex Sex, Jeremy Corbyn & Election


We are facing the most critical election of a generation. Political headlines have been sensational but they are meaningless for making wise voting choices.

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Too Many Big Buts In Politics


There are too many dissemblers (Two-faced people) leading British politics.  I appreciate that politics must involve compromise but not bare faced hypocrisy.  Andrea Leadsom said that she did not want to make Theresa May’s childlessness an issue.  She said ‘That would be really horrible, but genuinely I feel that being a mum means…’  There’s that big…

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EU: Part II – Better Out Than In?


‘The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist’. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is lurking silently in the wings. The negotiations are secret! TTIP if approved would be an agreement between Europe and America to cut tariffs and regulatory barriers to trade between the two countries. It has grave implications…

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EU: To Leave or Not to Leave?


We must pause and think very carefully about the agendas of those who wanted the EU Referendum and why they want to leave the EU. The reasons are of paramount importance if we are going to unsettle an issue for a generation and dive into the unknown.

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Brixton; Regeneration, Gentrification or Social Cleansing?


There is debate and consternation surrounding the revitalisation of Brixton. Is it regeneration or gentrification? Perhaps the reality lies in a third option, social cleansing. Brixton has always been a middle class area. This is evident from the large Victorian and Edwardian properties. Electric Avenue built in the 1880’s was the first market street to…

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