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“If I can make it funny, I’m then allowed to make my point”: Interview with comedian Geoff Norcott

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Right wing comedian Geoff Norcott talks comedy and politics with Joe Molander, recorded at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2019....

Race traitors: the hypocrisy of the left

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Extend the privilege of individuality to all and scrap this race–based discriminatory identity politics nonsense.  In the past, the role that BAME (Black, Asian and...

Is the Monster Raving Loony Party really the only “loony” political party?

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Following the Monster Raving Loony Party overtaking UKIP at the recent by-election, it is now the perfect time to ask ourselves: ‘what has happened to our world of politics?’...

Boris Johnson’s rise to power: the great rejuvenation of the UK

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After the inevitable fall of Theresa May, a dedicated, yet notably ineffective prime minister, it was obvious to all that the next leader of the Conservative Party needed to be...

Boris Johnson’s rise to power: the country will pay

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In recent years an already unstable political climate has hit global turbulence....

Boris Johnson’s rise to power: violent ideas become violent actions

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The ruling class asks us to engage Boris Johnson on his personality and ‘ideas’, and followingly the mainstream media drools over the man’s life like a (relatively) fresh...

Does Paris hear the people sing?

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Crossing the Seine on a sunny Saturday in February, I almost expect to hear inebriated strains of ‘Do You Hear the People Sing?’ float over the water from the next bridge...

Political harassment: how far is too far?

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In this climate of chaos, resentment against seemingly incapable politicians is understandable. Unsurprisingly however, this frustration seems to come from the same people who...

Brexit: are new funds sticking a plaster on a fatal wound?

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Rarely has a government been criticised for promising billions in funding to some of the most deprived local authorities in the country. Theresa May has once again demonstrated...

Top keksit

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I was barely through my third pre-dinner vodka when I heard the news. Theresa May’s deal got voted out again by a margin of 149; perhaps not as big as the literally historic...