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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

    NATIONAL

    Labour Must Embrace Electoral Reform

    Comment Writer Zaid Salam argues that in order to achieve success in future elections, the Labour party must back reform of the first-past-the-post system

    Written by zaid on 27th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Green Party Broadcast Takes a Risk to Break Labour’s Monopoly

    Marketing Secretary William Baxter argues that the Green Party Broadcast aims high, but falls short of their previous efforts

    Written by William Baxter on 16th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    May and Corbyn’s Rules Strangle the Free Press

    By restricting what journalists can ask and write, both May and Corbyn are hurting the freedom of the press, argues Comment Writer Feidhlim Macauley

    Written by Redbrick on 15th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    A Win for the Conservatives is a Loss for Foxes

    Despite being publicly unpopular, a clear Conservative majority in the General Election could spell the return of fox hunting, argues Comment Writer Nicola Stavrinou

    Written by Redbrick on 12th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Labour Party Broadcast: A New Peake?

    Marketing Secretary William Baxter continues his analysis of the Party Political Broadcasts and argues for Labour's much improved second offering

    Written by William Baxter on 11th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Local Elections See The Conservatives Strategically Strip Power

    The Conservative's plot to undermine local authorities is coming to fruition after Thursday's local elections, Comment Editor Alex Cirant-Taljaard argues

    Written by Alex Cirant-Taljaard on 7th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Diane Abbott’s Interview Was Nothing But a Farce

    Comment Writer Thomas Whattoff stresses the extent of the embarrassment that Diane Abbott has caused for the Labour party

    Written by Thomas Whattoff on 6th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Labour’s Devolution Legacy 20 Years On

    Comment Writer Lisa McGrady argues that we must learn from New Labour's devolution policy if we are to keep the United Kingdom together

    Written by Lisa McGrady on 6th May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Want to Be Prime Minister? Become a President

    The White House is becoming a key source of electoral inspiration for British politicians trying to get into No. 10, argues Comment Writer Tom Whattoff

    Written by Redbrick on 6th May 2017

    CONSERVATIVE PARTY

    PMQs: Catchphrase Chaos for the Conservatives

    Comment Writer Lisa McGrady argues that 'Punch and Judy' politics and catchphrases merely cause further political disillusionment

    Written by Lisa McGrady on 3rd May 2017

    NATIONAL

    Labour Party Broadcast: How Bad Can A Three Minute Advert Be?

    Labour's party political broadcast fails on all accounts and undermines the party's position on key issues, argues Marketing Secretary William Baxter

    Written by William Baxter on 28th April 2017
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