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Student loans and Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn is currently getting slated over not committing to write off student loans. Let’s reflect for a moment on how crazy it is that Corbyn is being criticised for breaking a policy promise he didn’t make in the aftermath

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Brexit and Corbyn

Today Jeremy Corbyn asserted that mass immigration from the EU undermines British workers. It sounds good superficially, as long as you are prepared to overlook the one small problem that there’s just no evidence that it’s correct. Nobody has ever

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These are my principles, and if you don’t like them, I have others

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jan/24/remoaner-article-50-brexit-labour During the labour leadership campaign Owen Smith was derided for being insincere and opportunist while Jeremy Corbyn was praised for his principles. Months later Smith hasn’t budged, whereas Corbyn oscillates back and forwards every time the wind changes and

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Lack of progress report

In the past week we’ve had quite a few brexit related missteps from the government. They¬†had a big brexit meeting, which has resulted in the following events: Theresa May admitted that brexit might bring about hard economic times, which if

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Red Tories

With Corbyn ruling out overturning brexit, we now have both main parties, who command a vast majority of parliament, apparently committed to leaving the EU. This is despite the facts that: 1) half the electorate want the exact opposite, and

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The BBC is not out to get you

Jeremy Corbyn: the BBC is ‘obsessed’ with damaging my leadership Let’s have a quick recap. At the moment, the Tories are seemingly embroiled in civil war over Europe and there is a very distinct faction looking like it might launch

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