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Boris Johnson Tag Archive

3 key reasons why Jeremy Corbyn suffered a historic defeat

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On 12 December this year, Jeremy Corbyn suffered a humiliating defeat in the general election with the Labour Party losing 59 seats in Parliament: the worst Labour result since...

10 year forecast: Brexit

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The most terrifying aspect of Brexit is not only its ever delayed imminence, but the fact that no one knows quite what will happen if it carries through. In ten years, will...

Why the Conservative immigration policy is not workable

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Hot on the heels of “strong and stable”, the Tories have described the new immigration system proposed in their manifesto as “firmer and fairer”. This is at least half...

Why the Conservative immigration policy may be workable

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Is an ‘Australian style’ points-based immigration system a workable policy?  Possibly. It depends on the exact nature of the legislation. For much of the public, the...

Why you should vote for… the Brexit Party

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Max Habib argues that your general election vote ought to go to Nigel Farage's Brexit Party. ...

Why you should vote for… the Conservatives

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Stephen Dawes argues that the Tories are the party most deserving of your vote in the approaching general election. ...

The Corbyn Revolution?

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Once again, a General Election beckons, and the eyes of the nation turn to the polls. Around this time in the political calendar, people cannot also help but look back. Johnson...

The Brexit Party cannot be Sirius: Nigel Farage kicks out alien immigrant from candidacy race

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Just when you thought politics couldn’t get any more other-worldly, the Westminster circus provides yet another oddity to pique one’s interest, this time in the form of a...

Operation Brock: the only “plan” for no-deal Brexit

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Operation Brock is a plan to manage traffic congestion on the M20 as part of a plan for no-deal Brexit. The plan would see one side of the motorway being used only by HGVs heading...

Is another UK general election a good idea?

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Like a broken record, on 28 October the EU agreed to Boris Johnson’s request for an extension on Brexit negotiations, granting what they have called a “flextension”. Thus,...