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    Love-rat MP threatens injunction over romps with aide in Mark Clarke Tory bullying scandal

    New twist in Tory bullying scandal as former party Chairman Grant Shapps quits his post and a leading MP uses the threat of a court order to gag a Sunday newspaper from revealing sexual encounters on the Mark Clarke Road Trip campaign over blackmail claims

    by the commentator - 29 November 2015
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    Lynton Crosby's poll is a headache for Cameron

    Lynton Crosby, mastermind of the Tory election victory, recently presented a secret poll to David Cameron on why and how he won. Key findings on the public's concerns about the EU and immigration will haunt the Prime Minister in his vain efforts for a substantial renegotiation with Brussels

    by Chris Carter -  4 August 2015
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    So, where are all these British Muslim moderates?

    The Prime Minister was right to highlight the wider narrative that leads to Islamist violence. Trouble is, in British Muslim society “non-violent extremists who radicalise young people” are part of the mainstream, and no-one has the courage to say it

    by Richard Ferrer - 23 July 2015
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    Cameron campaign against Islamic extremism is long overdue

    Prime Minister David Cameron has announced new measures to crack down on Islamic extremism at home and abroad. For far too long, political correctness has allowed this wicked ideology to flourish. Cameron's remarks may seem late in the day to some, but he's on the right track at last

    by Clare George-Hilley - 20 July 2015
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    Islam, Conservative leaders, and Pastor James McConnell

    Pastor James McConnell's "Satanic Islam" rhetoric may not be everyone's cup of tea. But should he be facing prison for it? Conservative leaders' ridiculous rhetoric that Islam State isn't Islamic is surely more damaging to the future of the West

    by George Igler -  2 July 2015
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    Put this up your TTIP! My what?

    The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnerhsip (TTIP) could be a huge bonanza for Brits, continental Europeans and Americans. Free trade obviously makes people better off. So take a wild guess at who wants to stop it all?

    by Robin Mitchinson - 18 June 2015
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    The Queen's Speech has started to stutter

    The Queen delivered a very fluent speech. But in its implementation it is already stuttering. The wretched, terrorist-friendly, Human Rights Act is being kicked into the long grass, and there's much else to contend with too, from Europe to Scotland

    by Robin Mitchinson -  4 June 2015
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    Well, what now for Dave? Time to make good

    The Tories are likely to get an unanticipated honeymoon period; possibly for the first time ever none of the main opposition parties has a leader in the Commons. But from domestic to foreign policy there's a huge gap to fill. Can Dave do it? Hold on to your seats...

    by Robin Mitchinson - 14 May 2015
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    Labour lost because it wasn't Left enough. Right? Wrong!

    Red Ken Livingstone represents an unending thread of Leftist (brain-dead) thinking -- not alien to the BBC and the Guardian -- which says the real reason Labour got slaughtered was because they weren't Left-wing enough. Oh dear, oh dear...

    by Andrew Gibson - 12 May 2015
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    Will new Tory govt fudge the constitutional challenges?

    The first Cameron administration was about the economy, the second is about our constitutional arrangements: Scotland, Europe, and our failed electoral system. Will Cameron fudge the lot, or will he rise to these enormous challenges?

    by the commentator -  8 May 2015
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    Thursday's choice: A Conservative win, or a bust Britain

    Ed Miliband would bust an economy that Cameron has rescued. A Labour win would be a disaster for Britain. UKIP voters (and even LibDems) will have to vote tactically to keep this country afloat, and keep Miliband out of Number 10. That's how it all breaks down on May 7

    by the commentator -  6 May 2015
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    Cameron won leaders' discussion, Miliband got slaughtered, but where was Farage?

    No doubt Cameron won the battle for credibility in Thursday's half-baked leaders' discussion. He did very well, and Milband was so bad it was almost funny. He blew it, and may never recover from the Yorkshire drubbing. But where the heck was Nigel Farage?

    by Westminster shrink - 30 April 2015
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    Britain's shambolic election

    The major parties offer a fresh bribe each day. They are now cross-dressing with Dave chanting the socialist mantra of welfare from the cradle to the grave, and Ed calling on assistance from old Auntie Prudence. As for a Labour/SNP government, it's too awful to contemplate. Help!

    by Robin Mitchinson - 23 April 2015
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    TV Debate: Cameron loses, Farage wins, Thick Britain reigns

    The disgrace of Cameron disrespecting the British people by not turning up for the election debate was a gift to Nigel Farage. The Left populists were what they were. The MSM didn't get the point that we're fed up with garbage-level debate. It was a panorama of Thick Britain, and the BBC loved its far-Left audience

    by the commentator - 16 April 2015
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    Juncker drops EU renegotiation bombshell on Cameron

    It shouldn't really surprise anyone, but it's a bombshell for David Cameron in the middle of the election campaign. Unelected EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker makes clear no treaty changes are even possible until 2019 -- two years after the planned referendum. Serious EU renegotiation has now been flatly ruled out

    by Luke Stanley - 16 April 2015


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