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Labour must adapt to survive

As discontent grows around Keir Starmer’s reluctance to increase corporation tax it seems that, almost a year after he was elected leader, his honeymoon period is over. Despite starting promisingly in the polls, recent weeks have seen Labour steadily lose their margin as many left-leaning party members fear for the radical proposals on which Starmer […]

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With Covid-19 and taxes unpaid Trump may have met his final hubris

Tuesday 29th September saw the first debate of the 2020 election cycle and boy was it a spectacle. The debate can be described as nothing other than a disgrace. It is always worth remembering, though it should go without saying, that the American people are the real losers here. As expected, Trump came out the […]

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Left, right or centre? How the Liberal Democrats continue to divide voters

Jo Swinson’s election bid seems to be over before it even began; a damp squib if you will. However, if we rewind, it was just a few months ago that MPs were defecting left, right and centre to join the Liberal Democrats, and Jo Swinson seemed to be riding high. So where did it all […]