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The Left doesn’t get to choose what’s right

http://www.hotelosmolinos.com/?epirew=sitios-para-solteros-gratis&88d=ad The left is on the move again. Not another leadership election (not yet anyhow) but a march; a protest, a demonstration, just like the old days. And these terrifyingly modern days too, come to think of it. Because history is repeating itself, only this time with the distortion and hysteria turned up even more. And …

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Primary colours

here My talents for political prediction are terrible. It’s why I have a draw full of Vote 2016 paraphernalia from the US that will never see a relevant light of day. I followed the Republican primaries in detail right up until the point Ted Cruz threw in the towel. As they got under way Chris Christie …

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If we Vote Remain

source url . My heart hasn’t really been in politics since the events of last week. So with less than a week left to go this will (hopefully) be the last thing I say as a Vote Leave supporter on the EU referendum. I’ve no idea who will win, but if it’s the Remain argument, then so …

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With thanks to Roger Scruton

go to link 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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Daffodils

beste zeit für binäre optionen 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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I’m for democracy. So I stand with Israel

see I’m currently on the fourth draft of an email in reply to someone who wrote to me about a national issue relating to local government (pensions, and where they can be invested). It’s normally when I get to draft seventh or eighth draft that I calm down a bit. That’s when I find a polite …

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