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Young Ones need to Strike for Independent Thought

It’s a been a very eventful time for Britain, in the space of these two weeks. First a general election was won by the Conservatives in a minority government and the Grenfell Tower caught fire giving an opportunity for the

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Posted in British Politics, Great Britain, Uncategorized

Defeat Terrorism with Mental health treatment

In recent events another terrorist attack on London has taken place on London Bridge. The world is getting more scary by the minute and this just can’t go on. Segregation and neglecting the social harmony between communities has led to

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Posted in autism, British Politics, Uncategorized

Atlas Shrugged Defends the Individual

I got a really good Christmas present last year. A gift that opened up my imagination to an ideal world written by a celebrated writer called Ayn Rand and the book was called Atlas Shrugged. Atlas Shrugged is about objectivism.

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Posted in British Politics, business, Conservatism, objectivism, Science and Technology, Uncategorized

Canvassing: Creativity through Communication

The best thing that I enjoy about working for a political party is an opportunity to communicate with constituents and invest my time in connecting with the establishment to better myself. Recently I have finished handing out the leaflets for

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Posted in British Politics, Conservatism, Uncategorized

Snapping to an Election Showdown

I was pretty shocked when Theresa May made announcement for a snap election. That was something that no one should expect at a time when we are going though the divorce proceedings from the European Union. Is it really time

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Posted in British Politics

Brexit Day: Britannia Open for Business

This day has come thatĀ Great BritainĀ has advanced beyond the European Federal Superstate. At last after all the months since that glorious day on 23rd June 2016 when I went out to vote and canvass for leaving the European Union the

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Posted in British Politics, British Sovereignty, Commonwealth of Nations, EU Referendum

Brussels bashes bright sparks

Okay I think I may have more to say in support of Leave EU here for something on my part. I have already written about the birth of the EU, migration, single currency, science and technology and farming. However as

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Posted in British Politics, British Sovereignty, European Union, Uncategorized, Westminster