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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

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

Referendum: Honour, Compassion and Opportunity

On Saturday I went out to Romford town centre to do some volunteering for the Leave group. At the end of the day I went home and wrote this on my Facebook page: Today I did a great service for

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Posted in autism, EU Referendum, Uncategorized

Illiberal University of Thought

Yesterday I picked up the Sun newspaper from Tesco, a paper that was not available for some reason on the campus shop at Essex because of reasons I could not make out. Was there something about that paper that disagreed

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Posted in Essex University, Uncategorized

Liberalism Vs Conservatism: Misplaced priorities and defending freedom

Over the last two months the world has become a scary place and more fighting has become inevitable. First Paris came under attack on 13 November 2015, then a series of terrorist scares across Europe and America have come, then

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Posted in Conservatism, Liberalism, Politics, terrorism, Uncategorized

Justice and Culture for St George

I had a great day on St George’s day celebrating the patron saint of England with a bit of culture throughout the day. I went down to work at the Havering Museum working on my own project to celebrate the

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Posted in British Politics, England, National Holidays, Scotland, St George's Day

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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Posted in British Politics, UKIP