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NEVER LOVED, BUT NEEDED

As we continue to face the fallout of the 2017 General Election, the inquest proceeds in the Conservative Party. After a disastrous campaign, heads rolled in CCHQ after the Conservatives failed to deliver a winning message to the country. 556 more words

British Politics

Ruin of the Proud

The LORD detests all the proud of heart. Be sure of this: They will not go unpunished.

Proverbs 16:5 

Something that Britain’s ruling Conservative Party should bear in mind.

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Anglicanism

THEY'RE ALL GOING ON A SUMMER HOLIDAY

It may not be a long hot summer ahead of us – give or take the odd ‘phew, what a scorcher’ day – but it promises to be one in which our nation’s elected representatives plan and plot their enticing battle strategies for the autumn. 1,093 more words

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B-DAY

It’s been quite another eventful week for the B word – the one that has no doubt already earned its inclusion in the Oxford English Dictionary because of its ubiquitous presence on so many tongues; I wasn’t even going to write about it again today, but how can one ignore it when that retired Messiah Mr Blair has intervened yet again? 833 more words

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WORD UP

OK, those easily offended, look away now. Actually, if you were the easily offended type, you probably wouldn’t be reading this blog anyway, so no need for a BBC announcer-style warning. 958 more words

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Post-Mayism, what next?

I’m not often one to disagree with Tory grandee Jacob Rees-Mogg, who asserts that Theresa May could yet survive as Prime Minister for a number of years, but on this occasion I do. 985 more words

Election 2017 Fallout: The Tory DUP Deal Explained

In the last election-related article on JT, We look at the now signed deal between the Conservatives and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and what it means for the UK and Northern Ireland. 398 more words

Jordan Dodds