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Corbyn’s Escape to Victory?

Sometimes even when you have consistently underperformed at your job, an opportunity to finally shine presents itself that is too-good-to-be-true. British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has that chance thanks to Prime Minister Theresa May calling a general election for … Continue reading

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Cameron Conquers Commons, Sturgeon Stampedes Scotland

When Ed Miliband defeated his older brother David for the Labour leadership I said to a Whitehall colleague “they’ve just picked the wrong Miliband” and shook my head. When the Liberal Democrats took the Chief Secretary to the Treasury post … Continue reading

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Cameron or Miliband – Who Decides?

Not long now before the British public mark their x at the general elections on May 7. Relief for many who have found the short campaign laborious and repetitive. Count our blessings that the campaign is not as long as the … Continue reading

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Mailing it to Sturgeon

The Daily Mail for some time now have been relentless  in their negative coverage of Nicola Sturgeon head of the Scottish National Party (SNP). No real surprise there. So when Sturgeon gave an impressive performance at Thursday’s leadership debate you knew Paul … Continue reading

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