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Over the weekend, kippers young and old took over Eastbourne for the annual UKIP Conference. Party conference season is finally upon us and aside gossip-fuelling late-nights, free food and various … Continue reading
In a statistic I saw quoted in The Spectator’s lead feature today, “The death of the Lib Dems,” it reminded me that last year Labour and the Conservatives only managed … Continue reading
When 50% of Britain believes a Hung Parliament would be good for the country, excessive measures must sometimes be met. In a day which saw Nick Clegg reverse his opinion … Continue reading
I’ve been watching a lot of BBC Parliament these past few days, catching up at night with the debates and conferences I’ve missed. Today saw David Cameron in Burton, a … Continue reading
A few of my left-leaning friends saw it their opportunity to gloat yesterday, not only did their preferred party win the debates, but polls (at least immediately) are showing the … Continue reading
I thought the final PMQs yesterday was a particularly good win for David Cameron, purely because he’s started attacking Labour on what he should have been talking about months ago: … Continue reading
So a rather busy day meant that I was a little late seeing David Cameron’s speech about ‘Big Society’. Benedict Brogan summarised rather poetically its effect in his introduction, “It … Continue reading