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Nothing can be ruled out when it comes to post-election deals

A few weeks ago, the Conservatives released a poster by their advertising agency containing a large Alex Salmond with Ed Miliband in his pocket. No words, apart from “vote conservative”. 741 more words

Politics

Food For Thought Friday #11: An Extreme Britain?

Hello readers!
Welcome to another instalment of Food For Thought Friday.
What will the General Election coming up here in the good old UK, I am probably going to be writing a lot more about politics and the parties, thus, today’s discussion of interest will be focussed on the potential for Britain to fall into the trap of political extremism. 789 more words

Food For Thought Friday

The True Extent of British Muslims' Support for ISIS: 'Hardly Any, Except for Nutters'

I was talking to a friend of mine the other week about ISIS and Islamist terrorism. He’s an academic, who has assisted lecturing in Islam at university. 191 more words

Conservatives

The plight of purple: The Rochester by-election

The results of the Rochester by-election are in and Mark Reckless is UKIP’s second MP winning 42% of the vote. For the major parties the by-election was, unsurprisingly, a slap to the face; especially for the Conservatives who have now lost two MPs to UKIP. 395 more words

Politics

Michael Sheen performs

On 1 March – St David’s Day – a crowd of people, estimated by the South Wales Argus as being 300 strong, marched to Bedwellty Park… 661 more words

Speech Critique

Ukip A Fractured Party Facing Terminal Splits

Ukip A Fractured Party Facing Terminal Splits
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Dirty word of the General Election

Throwing around independence as if it’s a sharp knife in a crowd, Political parties seem to like using the hung parliament/coalition question to rouse fears from the electorate as if independence is somehow the biggest disaster that could ever hit our borders. 327 more words

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