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    The Independent Group: Doomed to Fail

    Jonathan Korn argues that the newly-formed Independent Group will be lucky to succeed in the current electoral climate

    Written by Jonathan Korn on 12th March 2019

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    The Lady is for Turning (and so is he)

    In light of another impending Brexit vote in the Commons, Comment's Alex Boscott discusses the impact parliamentary U-turns are having on the process

    Written by Alex Boscott on 4th March 2019

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    The Irish Problem: A History

    Comment Writer Jonathan Korn gives an account of Irish history, placing it in context of current Brexit negotiations and explains why the backstop is so contentious

    Written by Jonathan Korn on 18th February 2019

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    A New Form of Nationalism

    Nathan Clarke urges respect and reflection surrounding the dangers of nationalism and far-right populism, arguing that we must work towards peace in Europe

    Written by Nathan Clarke on 7th December 2018

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    The Beginning of the End for Brexit?

    Comment's Luke Wheeler discusses the release of Theresa May's final Brexit deal, and the repercussions this may have on her position in the Conservative party

    Written by Luke Wheeler on 25th November 2018

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    2018 Budget: A Step in the Right Direction

    Alex Boscott discusses the effects of the Chancellor's new budget on young people across the UK

    Written by Alex Boscott on 22nd November 2018

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    A People’s Vote: Should We Make a Sudden EU-Turn?

    In light of the recent march calling for People's Vote, Comment writers Nathan Clarke, Hannah Lay and Jonathan Korn discuss whether public input into the Brexit process is a good idea

    Written by Nathan Clarke, Hannah Lay & Jonathan Korn on 20th November 2018

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    Deal or No Deal?

    Comment Writer Antonia Miles reflects on what we know about the Brexit deal at this point, and provides her thoughts on what this means for the future

    Written by Antonia Miles on 16th November 2018

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    Hateful Comments May Have Gone Too Far

    Comment writer Hannah Lay argues that the recent hateful comments regarding Theresa May are inexcusable

    Written by Hannah Lay on 15th November 2018

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    Kate Hoey and Frank Field Have Betrayed the Trust of Their Constituents

    Comment Writer Lisa McGrady argues that MPs like Kate Hoey and Frank Field must do more to regain the trust of their constituents

    Written by Lisa McGrady on 28th August 2018

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    Trump’s Brexit Blunder Should Spark Defence Discussions

    Comment Writer Oscar Gray argues that the UK can no longer rely on the US as an ally, and must look to Europe for a defensive coalition

    Written by OscarJGray on 23rd July 2018

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    Theresa May Must Answer to the Windrush Generation

    Immediate action needs to be taken to punish those responsible for creating a 'hostile environment' for the Windrush Generation, argues Comment Writer Kieren Williams

    Written by Kieren Williams on 13th May 2018
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