Gina Millar, your ‘anti-Brexit list’ needs revising for the future

In the lead up to the General Election, Gina Millar raised over £400,000 to support certain MPs that were, in her own words, 'candidates who will fight for a real choice on the final deal, who are fighting a winnable seat but not a dead certainty, have an immaculate track record in terms of personal conduct …

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Why I don’t think Corbyn will become Prime Minister

Over the last couple of weeks, I've seen numerous public figures say that there is a high possibility of Jeremy Corbyn leading Labour into government. One of the first posts on Tim Montgomerie's new blog UnHerd was entitled: Get ready for Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn... and President Sanders... Yesterday the Conservatives' policy chief stated that Corbyn …

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Labour’s Brexit division.

A quick scan through the responses, to Chuka Umunna's attempted amendment to the Queen's Speech, on 'LabourList' - a blog for Labour members - gives a glimpse at the deep divisions that exist within the second largest political party over Brexit. Some call Umunna 'completely ignorant' and question, 'What planet has [he] gone off to now?' Others are much more …

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Thoughts on the Queen’s Speech

Perhaps most notable about the Queen's Speech earlier today was that which was omitted, rather than that which was included. No mention of the manifesto pledges on fox hunting, grammar schools, the triple lock on pensions, free school meals or the Winter Fuel allowance, only highlights the weakness of Theresa May's government, not being too controversial …

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