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Is Labour Fit for Purpose?

Is Labour Fit for Purpose?

I have often distanced myself from commenting too much about Labour, particularly on subjects such as the leadership vote in 2015 that resulted in Jeremy Corbyn being elected Leader of the Labour Party. But, as much of the political landscape of Britain seems to be up in the air at the moment, I think now would be a good time to consider what is happening at the Labour camp. In September 2015, Jeremy Corbyn was elected as the new Leader…

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Setting the Scene

Setting the Scene

Last week I was extremely humbled by the amount of visits and likes my blog posts received. My site analytics have shown a massive increase in site visits and one of the biggest things I have learned is that more than 50% of my readers are visiting the site through Facebook’s own browser windows or via the mobile Facebook site. With that in mind, I intend to make these posts shorter than the first couple as reading essays on a phone…

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Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Clearly one of the biggest topics in the UK currently is that of the EU Referendum. For those of you who perhaps live State side, when the Conservative Party (‘Tories’) were trying to convince people to vote for them in the 2015 General Election, one of the key points in their manifesto was that a referendum/vote would be held to decide on if the United Kingdom should remain part of the European Union. The Tories won the General Election and…

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