Monthly Archives: June 2016

Lib Dem Focus

At the count in Ipswich last week, the local Lib Dems looked fantastic. After beginning the evening looking their smug selves, they finished off looking dishevelled and miserable. Lib Dem leader Tim Farron has stated that the best way to … Continue reading

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‘Domestic slavery’ cases on rise in England and Wales

A charity helping victims of domestic slavery says it has seen a four-fold increase in referrals since 2012. The Salvation Army said it had helped 151 suspected victims in the 12 months before summer 2015, compared with 37 in 2012. … Continue reading

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Nigel Farage’s Last Stand

Nigel Farage’s political career is dependent on discontent. A happy Britain would be one in which he was irrelevant. So today Nigel Farage has been back in the European parliament being an absolute pillock, insulting everybody, making it harder for … Continue reading

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Labour Meltdown

After weeks of the media telling us that the Conservative Party will tear itself apart after the referendum, we are seeing the Labour Party gloriously blow apart. First There was a vote of no confidence in Corbyn, then Corbyn sacked … Continue reading

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Hampshire ports urged to look out for ship slaves

Port workers are being asked to look out for signs of slavery on ships docking in England’s south coast ports. The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Modern Slavery Partnership says slavery at sea can go unnoticed because of restricted access … Continue reading

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What Promise to spend £350 million on NHS?

Iian Duncan Smith has rightfully said that the £350m extra  to the NHS wasn’t a promise, but an extrapolation! It was indeed a hypothetical suggestion of what the known quantity could be spent on. Clearly it wasn’t a promise because … Continue reading

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Cameron on Labour

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