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New Prime Minister, New Politics

Picture shows : Jeremy Corbyn  -  Labour M.P

  A new Prime Minister will be in place today and she will be the luckiest Prime Minister ever! Without a single vote outside from around 200 Conservative MP’s she has managed to climb the greasy poll and win the game of political poker without breaking sweat. She was on the wrong side of the […]

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David Cameron Next Tory Leader June 2015?

So David Cameron believes he can lose the May 2015 General Election and still be Prime Minister in June 2015! That is some gamble if he thinks that possibility is viable. If he loses the May 2015 by having less seats than Labour then he has lost 2 elections in a row. OK the Tories […]

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George Osborne About To Kick Butt

Mervyn King, the Aston Villa supporting financier has left or is leaving the Bank of England. There seems to be a few other major financier’s leaving such as Stephen Hester of RBS are going to pastures new which in my view is a sign that George Osborne is getting about fed up of the economy […]

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Class Warfare Is Back, Ding Dong!

Glenda Jackson’s EPIC Margaret Thatcher Rant Shocks Parliament Dennis Skinner – It’s about class Today we will witness what is wrong with this country. The ruling class bury Margaret Thatcher in a ceremony which is a state funeral in all but name. The reason why it is not a state funeral is that it would […]

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Nadine Dorries As A Poker Player

Why would you have a person who is just a back bencher, has not done anything to change the world and has no potential for advancement to higher position in the governance of the UK as being worthy of a poker profile? Well she maybe the lowest of the low in terms of parliamentary power structure, but […]

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Cornish Pasty Test – A Government Doomed!

You can tell a government is finished when they are constantly open to ridicule and disdain. With the UK coalition it began with Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg getting royally shafted over tuition fees (he signed a pledge not to raise it and in fact to get rid of it and promptly did the complete […]

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