Tag Archives: tories

  1. Is Xenophobia Team Brexit’s Final Hope?

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    May 3, 2016 by Nash Riggins

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    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. Does free childcare actually help anybody?

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    June 2, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    At this point, most voters should take it for granted that campaign promises are nothing but rubbish. Politicians can’t get …
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  3. A Coalition Government Would Be Political Suicide for the SNP

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    March 6, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    No political leader has ever led an election campaign under the presumption they’ll be forming a coalition government with somebody …
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  4. How will British universities fare in the general election?

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    February 9, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    Higher education is one of the most lucrative exports Britain has got. Not only is it worth about £70billion to …
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  5. Do the Tories actually care about poor people?

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    January 30, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    When David Cameron moved into Downing Street in 2010, he did so based on a platform of change. He lambasted …
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  6. If Theresa May wants to ban divisive groups, she should start with her own party

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    May 29, 2013 by Nash Riggins

    In the aftermath of Woolwich, people are looking to MPs for answers – the most sought after of all being: …
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  7. The Sun turns its back on Scottish Independence

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    April 2, 2013 by Nash Riggins

    Rupert Murdoch’s bro-mance with Alex Salmond apparently came to an end yesterday, when inside-sources at Murdoch’s News International let it …
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