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    A Coalition with the DUP Could Derail Brexit

    Comment Writer Lisa McGrady argues that that a coalition between the DUP and the Conservatives will lead to chaos over Brexit

    Written by Lisa McGrady on 10th June 2017

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    May’s ‘Strong and Stable Government’: More Than a Tagline

    Comment Writer Tom Young argues that we must vote Conservative to ensure a certain and positive future

    Written by tomyoung22 on 7th May 2017

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    The Not So Great Repeal Bill

    Comment writer Angeliki Antoniadou argues that the Great Repeal Bill will do little to reinstate Westminster's legislative sovereignty

    Written by Angeliki Antoniadou on 15th April 2017

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    Jeremy Corbyn’s Scottish Calamity

    Comment Writer Amelia Hiller argues that the Corbyn's garbled message over Scottish independence undermines the whole party

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 2nd April 2017

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    Trump and May: Two Sides of the Same Coin

    Commentator James Cox draws comparisons between our Prime Minister and the US President, arguing that they aren't too dissimilar

    Written by James Cox on 31st March 2017

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    Quiet Blair!

    Comment writer Amelia Hiller argues that despite his conscience, Tony Blair should keep his mouth shut over Brexit

    Written by Amelia Hiller on 3rd March 2017

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    Green vs Ukip: The Battle for Lydbrook and Ruardean

    Bea Harvie considers whether we can extrapolate by-election results to the wider nation's politics

    Written by Bea Harvie on 1st March 2017

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    A Strong Labour is Needed for Democracy

    Comment writer Zoe Olukoga considers where the voice of opposition comes from today, and how necessary it is

    Written by Redbrick on 18th February 2017

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    What Next for Remainers

    Comment writer, James Cox, questions what happens next for the 48% of people who voted to Remain in the EU Referendum

    Written by James Cox on 12th February 2017

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    Would Boris Strike a Pose?

    Emily Youlton writes on Theresa May appearing in Vogue, and whether Boris Johnson would be commended for his fashion choices over his accomplishments

    Written by Emily Youlton on 8th February 2017

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    Trousergate: The True Scandal of British Politics

    Commentator Bea Harvie questions whether 'trousergate' is really the most important thing we have to talk about right now, and why are we bothering anyway?

    Written by Bea Harvie on 15th December 2016

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    Farage is Underqualified

    Commentator Sam Yearley is surprised that President-elect Trump wants to appoint underqualified Nigel Farage as the US ambassador to the UK

    Written by Samuel Yearley on 6th December 2016
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