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    Stephen Lawrence Day: The Stephen I Knew

    26 years on from the brutal murder of 18 year old Stephen Lawrence, his friend, Duwayne Brooks speaks out on his memories of Stephen and why the legacy of what happened must never be forgotten.

    by Patrick Sullivan, Political Editor - 22 April 2019
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    No Deal is Nothing to Fear

    Harry Todd argues that the only thing we have to fear with a No Deal Brexit, is fear itself.

    by Harry Todd - 18 April 2019
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    Brexit Means Brexit; Local Means Local

    Matt Snape argues that should we have to contest the European Parliament elections, that is the proper outlet for voters to express their frustration at the Westminster elite. Good local councillors should not be punished for the incompetence of bad MPs.

    by Matt Snape - 18 April 2019
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    May must resign in the name of Brexit, and do so now

    When people talk of chaos over Brexit they should understand that this is what happens when we let a Remainer like Theresa May lead us out of the EU. It is abundantly clear that May has led us not out of the EU but down the garden path. She must resign immediately

    by Alasdair Dow - 12 April 2019
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    Exclusive Interview with IREXIT Party Leader

    Irexit is the term given to Ireland’s potential exit from the European Union, but how do the Irexit Party plan on achieving that? Party Leader Hermann Kelly has provided The Commentator with an exclusive interview

    by Matt Snape -  8 April 2019
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    Parliament must make it's mind up

    Elizabeth Anderson says it is time for Parliamentarians to stop playing politics with Brexit. It must decide now between Deal or No Deal.

    by Elizabeth Anderson  -  8 April 2019
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    Brexit into outer space

    After the UK leaves the EU, we will be forging our own way in a brave new world. Control of trade, money and laws will all return to the UK Parliament and we will be sovereign once more. One of most underdiscussed fields is Space. The Space sector gives the UK another unique opportunity for prosperity after Brexit

    by Joel Casement - 29 March 2019
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    The Emerging Populist Majority

    Europe finds itself at crossroads as elections for the European Parliament approach. Patrick Sullivan looks at how the surge in support for Populist Parties could change the EU.

    by Patrick Sullivan, Political Editor - 27 March 2019
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    Time for a New Team

    With the Brexit: Endgame fast approaching, Patrick Sullivan makes the case for a cabinet reshuffle. Those tasked with delivering Brexit should also be those who believe in Brexit.

    by Patrick Sullivan, Political Editor - 26 March 2019
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    Brexit delays could force UK into EU army

    The EU is a failing superstate, destined for a slow but sure collapse. However, Brussels is mired in delusion, and nothing is more illustrative of that than their ambition for a European army they want Britain to be part of

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie - 26 March 2019
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    Now it should be Mueller investigated

    As the world eagerly awaits to learn the findings of Mueller report, into Russian collusion and the Trump campaign; Matt Snape argues, that there should be a fresh investigation into those who really colluded with Russia – Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

    by Matt Snape - 24 March 2019
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    It's Time to Get Tough with Euro-Bullies

    Cllr. Dr. Peter Hill argues that the European Union was never going to treat Britain fairly. They got all they wanted in the Withdrawal Agreement with the ease of taking candy from a baby. An organisation that would try to take advantage of our country like that must never be seen as friendly again.

    by Dr. Peter Hill - 24 March 2019
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    Labour in Power: Andy Burnham's Greater Manchester

    Andy Burnham is the Labour politican with the greatest amount of administrative power in the country, after London Mayor Sadiq Khan. Jack Rydeheard reports on how the Mayor of Greater Manchester is doing as he approaches the midway point of his term in office,

    by Jack Rydeheard - 23 March 2019
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    China getting a rise out of reckless Italy?

    Italy's populist government may become the first in Europe to endorse China's Belt and Road Initiative. The Western establishment from Washington to Brussels is apoplectic, and on this one, they are right to be

    by Tim Hedges - 22 March 2019
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    Delaying Brexit plays into EU's anti-democratic hands

    The EU has a sordid track record of anti-democratic practices in France, the Netherlands, Ireland, and elsewhere. Extending Brexit would simply play into their anti-democratic hands

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie - 17 March 2019