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- Bill Le Breton 22nd Dec - 9:27am
Agree with Charles about the lessons from the Corn Laws and Imperial Preference . But that may cause some problems for Radical Liberalism when the...
- RC 22nd Dec - 9:05am
@ Malc "In the other I don’t share your confidence that Paul Burstow will hold his seat, I have that down has a Tory gain."...
- Charles Rothwell 22nd Dec - 8:26am
Ever since Thatcher and her 'break-through' in recruiting C1 and (in particular) C2 voters away from Labour, the Tories have obviously had huge problems in...
- Ian Sanderson (RM3) 22nd Dec - 8:11am
I think this country have lost the plot on immigration. Some random examples: Overseas students are, as David Blake says, a possible cohort of people...
- Mark Argent 22nd Dec - 2:51am
If we do find ourselves in the position of being the king-makers, might the argument not be partly pragmatism (deciding which party would offer a...
- stuart moran 22nd Dec - 2:04am
Sarah Noble So there is one based on your (not unbiased) view. Looking at the odds, the best I can see are 5/1 on for...