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Why we need to vote LEAVE

I think there is a growing pattern in the arguments put forward by the REMAIN and LEAVE parties in the EU referendum debate.  Those advocating REMAIN are able to adduce a long list of establishment figures who claim it will … Continue reading

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In whose name, Hudspeth?

I see the present Leader of Oxfordshire County Council, Ian Hudspeth, has put his name to a letter in The Daily Telegraph with some other council leaders, supporting Cameron and the Remain position. I am curious to know quite who … Continue reading

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Cameron’s clash with constituencies

David Cameron seems to have stirred up a hornet’s nest when he told his MPs to ignore the views of their constituencies in deciding how to vote in the EU referendum and I am not surprised.  A parliamentary election campaign needs two things: … Continue reading

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Blair rides to the rescue

It is fascinating to see Tony Blair apparently riding to the rescue of the Miliband election machine today, supported by his wife Cherry.  The family warfare between the Miliband brothers, David and Ed, was about the political direction of the … Continue reading

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