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Tories ‘Carry On Fiddling’ With Election Coup

Not so much a Tory lone fiddler on the roof but an ensemble formed of twenty-four Conservative MP's who allegedly secured their seats illegally...

That Was The Week That Was – Week 15

Following last week’s show of force in Syria, this week saw Trump continuing to rattle his sabre at those serial harbingers of Nuclear WW3,...

They have the Smoking Gun, But Who Pulled the Trigger?

At the scene of the crime that was perpetrated against the British people on June 23rd 2016, the vote on the European referendum, a...

That Was The Week That Was – Week 14

Last week was dominated by Trump’s response to the use of chemical weapons on civilians in Idlib by Assad’s Russian backed Syrian regime. The...

That Was The Week That Was – Week 13

Following the terrible events outside Parliament, which resulted in loss of life, we decided not to publish last weeks light-hearted review of Brexit events;...

That Was The Week That Was – Week 11

The week began with a rare piece of good news for Mrs May, but soured faster than Larry’s milk left out in the sun,...

Coming Soon – A Deep Investigation Into The Brexit Big Data Deception

A deep, revealing investigation into the Brexitscam. A tangled web woven by far-right ideologists whose goal of a deregulated, low tax, small state economy...

That Was The Week That Was – Week 10

This week promised to be not a great one for the Conservatives, but that forecast, like the forecast for the UK economy, inside the...

That Was The Week That Was – Week 09

It’s been like a week of watching reruns of Dad’s Army as former Premier, John Major, joined a growing list of malcontents, Blair, Clegg,...

Net Closing In On 2015 Conservative Election Fraud

Tories deny wrongdoing as police investigate fraud allegations in six constituencies that could force by-elections. Downing Street is said to be ‘deeply worried’ over the...
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