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Do Sweden Democrats gains set the tone for 2015 General Election?

The Swedish Elections may have resulted in an overall shift to the left, but the big story of the night was the rise of the Sweden Democrats (Sverigedemokraterna). 765 more words

No door ever closed, but another opened

Will UKIP have to change their name if Scotland votes Yes?

The answer is, of course, ‘No’. UKIP’s name is already an anachronism as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is independent as it is. 129 more words


Guardian video uses music by The Ramsgate Hovercraft

Today the Guardian web site launched a series of four short videos called Britain’s in trouble. The first, Ukip’s rise in the east of England: a world turned upside down… 82 more words


Labours poor tactics and the BBC will inevitably lead to a Conservative government in 2015

As a businessman who owns an English-based business and lived in England for over 20 years, before returning home five years ago, I have been a lifelong yes supporter. 518 more words


How UKIP And Their Supporters Turned An Abuse Scandal Into Political Point Scoring

Not many things shock us, but UKIP’s latest tactics to score political points on the back of a tragedy that has rocked our country, and use it to their advantage, is truly the lowest we have seen them go so far. 235 more words

It must be tough to be Prime Minister

It must be tough to be Prime Minister of the United Kingdom right now. 258 more words

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To defeat UKIP we need to look to the GMB, not anti-fascist campaigns

It was only when I arrived in the UK that I became politically active. The first step was handing out anti-BNP leaflets for Unite Against Fascism outside Brixton tube station. 678 more words

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