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  • "Don't just hope for a better life. Vote for one."

    - Margaret Thatcher

  • "We are for the ladder. Let all try their best to climb."

    - Winston Churchill

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    - Theresa May

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Yesterday evening David Lammy justified voting against the Government's Welfare Bill because his 'mum relied on tax credits.' This was despite tax credits being introduced by Gordon Brown when Lammy was 31 years old. Continue reading

Fast Forward! : Labour’s Welfare Woes

  Labour’s Welfare Woes The Labour Party was left last night with a great division over welfare. 48 Labour MPs defied their acting leader Harriet Harman and voted against the Government’s Welfare Reform and Work Bill which included a benefits cap. The full list of Labour rebels can be found on Guido Fawkes. Continue reading

Theo Clarke: How the Government Can Help End Cultural Destruction

In May Islamic State captured Palmyra, the Roman ruins designated a UNESCO world heritage site, prompting international concern about the fate of the city’s antiquities. Earlier this month it was confirmed that jihadis had destroyed a 2,000 year old statue outside the Palymyra museum. Photographs online show several carved busts being destroyed with sledgehammers, most likely stolen from local tombs. As Syria’s antiquities director has said, “the destruction is worse than the theft because they cannot be recovered”. Continue reading

Mayoral Candidates Slam May's Decision On Water Cannon

London Mayoral candidates have slammed the Home Secretary's decision not to allow the use of Water Cannon in riot situations by the Metropolitan Police. Continue reading

Not the First Time The Sun Has Got Into Trouble

This weekend's highly controversial Sun article about the Queen and Nazi salutes is not the first time the paper has got into trouble with similar circumstances. The printers of the Sun during the Miner's Strike refused to publish the above photo of Arthur Scargill giving a Nazi salute under the title 'Mine Fuhrer'. Instead the unionised Printers removed the photo and replaced it with this: Continue reading


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