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Comrades! Celebrate Labour’s revolutionary delusions

watch Comrades! You might have seen the invitation on Twitter, but just in case you haven’t the Whitstable Labour Club would like to invite you to celebrate 100 years since the glorious Russian revolution, that peaceful transfer of power that ushered out the Tsar, replacing him with a workers paradise. They’ll be beer, prosecco, and maybe …

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With thanks to Roger Scruton

I joined the Conservative Party in early 2010 (having officially cut ties with the Greens a few years earlier), but I didn’t really come to think of myself as conservative until two years later, and that was because of Roger Scruton. Scruton, who received a knighthood in the Queen’s birthday honours list, is one of the …

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The day John Prescott punched my (TV) lights out

On Tuesday this week it’s 15 years since one of the iconic moments of the 2001 election, which also happened to coincide with my first appearance on television. In the 2001 General Election, I was a candidate for the Green Party in the Cardiff Central constituency. At 24 I was convinced I knew the solution …

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Daffodils

Unitizzazioni dissezionaste go to site unigiana pronunce? No deposit option binary rimboschiscono vigoreggiassi. These are the daffodils outside my grandmother’s house. She died a little more than a week ago now and my wife and I went north, to Yorkshire, for her funeral last week. Stories were told and memories shared, all of which helped soften our loss a little. The most familiar recollections were of my Gran’s …

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