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  1. Is Xenophobia Team Brexit’s Final Hope?

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    May 3, 2016 by Nash Riggins

    By johnhemming (Flickr) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

    Immigration isn’t something you typically bring up at the dinner table. It’s a horribly divisive issue that causes even the …
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  2. Is the writing finally on the wall for Labour?

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    July 21, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    Jeremy Corbyn MP speaks at the TUC, in the central London. Dominic Lipinski/PA Archive

    May’s general election was a crucible of sorts for the Labour Party – a proverbial Red Wedding. A flurry of …
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  3. Why do Conservatives want to create education barriers?

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    July 10, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    Higher education is one of the most vital resources this country has got. It’s worth about £70billion to the British …
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  4. Is Nicola Sturgeon Right About Britain’s Austerity Economics?

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    February 13, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    Nicola Sturgeon is on the warpath. Hot off the heels of an eye-opening independence referendum, Scotland’s new First Minister has …
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  5. What’s the Point of Creating New Businesses if We’re Setting Them Up to Fail?

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    January 22, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    The average British voter tends to be a bit of a worrywart – and with good reason. From bureaucratic immigration …
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  6. Britain’s Got a New Housing Bubble – and It’s About to Explode

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    May 8, 2014 by Nash Riggins

    Ever since Britain’s housing bubble went splat in 2008, the coalition has been making a lot of noise about fixing …
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  7. UK Government Pledges to Axe More Green Subsidies

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    May 6, 2014 by Nash Riggins

    When David Cameron rose to power in 2010, he vowed to pilot the UK’s “greenest government ever”. But four years …
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