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general election Tag Archive

Labour’s saboteurs? Anti-Corbyn faction undermined 2017 election campaign, leaked report suggests

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Lorcan Flahive discusses the shocking findings which may have affected the result of the 2017 general election....

What do Sinn Féin gains mean for Northern Ireland?

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Alec Wilson reviews the case for Irish reunification in the aftermath of the general election...

Labour Leadership: Lisa Nandy

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Lilla Marshall sings the praises of the leadership election's dark horse ...

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...

A response to the general election

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Newcastle students respond to the results of Thursday's general election....

Durham University Labour Club co-chairs suspended over election canvassing

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Grace Dean discusses the controversial suspension of the co-chairs of Durham Labour Club in the run up to the General 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...

Why Labour’s climate apprenticeship schemes are a good idea

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Emily Hawksley discusses Labour's new proposals aimed at establishing a greener economy. ...

Is there enough regulation of political parties’ social media?

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Faye Navesey on the Conservatives' decision to pose as an objective fact checker on Twitter...