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Why it’s time for Labour to unite behind Starmer

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Alex Walker picks up the pieces after the Labour leadership election...

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...

Tasteless tactics: was Trump right to pick his own golf retreat to host G7 summit?

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Trump, as we all know, is a man of… questionable decisions. From his controversial trans military ban, to his ridiculous plan to build a wall. So why are we all still surprised...

Last resort: was Trump right to pick his own golf retreat to host G7 summit?

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Trump’s actions are often unpredictable, but something that can be anticipated is his abuse of presidential privilege. After all, it is hard to believe he chose Trump...

No, Mr. Hurst, special needs statements are no “Golden Ticket”

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Joe Holloran gives us his take on the controversial comments made in The Times by Greg Hurst....

Trump withdraws from Paris Agreement, Accord-ing to Sources

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For some years, many have seen the Republicans as America’s anti-green party, which – at least in historical terms – isn’t entirely fair: even some of the die-hard...

Religious conservatives’ protests curtail teaching of values of equality and LGBTQ rights

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A primary school in Birmingham has become gripped in the midst of a row which has pitted the LGBT community against religious conservatives. Parkfield Primary School has come...

Rebuking Conservative Centrism

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Sean Simspon takes down the notion the Conservative Party is decent, moderate, and patrotic....