Monthly Archives: February 2015

UKIP and Nationalism Vs Liberalism

The other remaining parties are exceptionally significant despite being relatively new and have only been around a lot less longer than the three major parties. These ‘Other Parties’ as some people like to call them have got seats in the

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The Geek Vote

After researching and writing about political parties I often think I am side-lining my other priorities. What about that planned book to inform people about the magnificent geniuses of Essex. So far I have one scientist and there are plenty

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Liberal Democrats, Liberalism and Freedom

This post on the Liberal Democrats has little to say about the party but there is much to say about it’s forbearer and it’s philosophy of liberalism and social democracy. So I decided to take a look at the party and

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Labour and Socialism

Labour Party The Labour Party was born out of the industrial revolution in the 18th century. The party itself was born in 1900 and was elected to power for the first time with Ramsay MacDonald as Prime Minister in 1924.

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Conservatism and Capitalism

This post is coming rather late as I have been so busy writing two subject posts that have taken up quite a lot more time than I expected it to take. So I have decided to put two posts up

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