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Cameron v Miliband: What is a Win?

Last night saw the first big TV event of the Election campaign, with David Cameron and Ed Miliband interviewed separately by Jeremy Paxman, and individually facing an audience Q&A. 681 more words


Major boost to Miliband's election chances, Labour seen as anti-israel

Labour slammed as anti-Israel

Labour voters forced to choose between their party and their support for Israel: Part four of Tablet’s series on antisemitism in the U.K. 3,244 more words

Nazi Israel

The Battle for Number 10 Ch4 Milliband, Cameron and Paxman

So the election 2015 is approaching and I am trying to persuade myself that I am interested, engaged and that I care.

Ch 4 got the ball rolling with ‘The Battle for No 10′ last night. 300 more words

Treachery at the top and subservience at the bottom

A letter a day to number 10. No 1,040

Friday 27 March 2015.

Dear Mr Cameron,

There was something incredibly fitting that on the last day of the current parliament you Tories got your knives out but were thwarted in your desire to stick them in the back of one of your own in secret. 402 more words

Britain Now Going To Train the Very Jihadists They Are Trying to Stop

Britain Now Going To Train the Very Jihadists They Are Trying to Stop


Before you read the following article, be sure that there are no ‘Moderate’ terrorists, which is another name for the Free Syrian Army. 782 more words

War On Syria

The Winklevoss Twins Will Have a Cameo in the New Season of Silicon Valley

Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss have already been portrayed onscreen once, but this time around they will be playing themselves.

The twin brothers, famous for suing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over claims that the social network was their idea, will have a cameo in the second season of HBO comedy… 127 more words

This fever hasn't broken yet

Thinking about how if this were then there’d be ants swarmed in the sticky dregs of ice cream and I might be standing on my bed right now yelling because the roaches were fucking everywhere… 508 more words