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THE MAKING OF IRREVERSIBLE CORPORATE REVOLUTION: OSBORNE BANS FUTURE DEFICITS AS CAMERON BANS BBC JOURNALISM

“Oh I say haw haw haw, what a perfectly ridiculous idea”

Two unconstitutional laws in one day from the Party that used to stand for individual freedom. 673 more words

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VIDEO: Daily Politics 8th June 2015

Mark Reckless, UKIP, joins David Campbell Bannerman MEP on the BBC’s Daily Politics to discuss the forthcoming EU Referendum

Mark Reckless

David Cameron, Britain and Brussels

One of the good things about the Conservative victory in the recent UK general election is the capacity for David Cameron’s Conservatives to deliver on their promise to hold a referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union following a renegotiation of the terms of Britain’s membership. 978 more words

Daniel Hannan

REVEALED: HOW EC COMMISSIONER LORD HILL AND HIS CONTROLLER DAVID CAMERON ARE COVERING UP GERMAN CORRUPTION IN GREECE.

Set a Hill to climb a mountain

Brit EC commissioner blocks Syriza question about murky exporters to Greece

Lord Hill – Juncker’s EC finance bully-boy – was born Jonathan Hopkin Hill. 928 more words

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What if David Cameron is an evil genius? by Frankie Boyle.

‘They abolished the Human Rights Act” sounds like the first sentence of an Aldous Huxley novel. The Conservatives actually campaigned on a manifesto pledge to get rid of human rights and people voted for it. 880 more words

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PETROL PRICES: Why the Government promised to stop oilco profiteering, and why they did nothing to stop oilco profiteering

TORY OILCO GUSHER PRODUCES NOTHING BUT BANANA OIL IN PRACTICE

Conservative Party links to the oil business are myriad…but they rarely if ever benefit British citizens. 1,409 more words

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UK To Scrap Human Rights Shock Horror!!

Okay, prime minister David Cameron isn’t planning to scrap human rights in Britain (I hope).  The plan, which was (i’m told) in the Conservative election manifesto, is to dilute Britain’s obligations under the Convention on Human Rights, in particular to withdraw from the European Court of Human Rights, and to create a British Court of Human Rights to enforce whatever rights the government decides all humans deserve (which, to judge from the Conservatives’ record, doesn’t seem too appealing). 299 more words

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