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General Election 2015: why voters have already lost

Take your pick, but don’t expect things to get better… As Britain gears up for May’s general election, preceded by two months of political diatribe, it is likely that the only winners will be politicians. The voters themselves, regardless of which way they vote, will once again be the losers. Given the corrupt nature of…

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Gaza’s children expose Britain’s weakness and hypocrisy

As Israel continues to murder Gaza’s children – and the rest of the 1 million Palestinians who live there – Britain, especially its Prime Minister David Cameron, has been exposed as being both pathetic and hypocritical. In an attempt to hide his own weakness, Cameron has authorised another £3m in aid to Gaza, a tiny…

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Britain revealed as insignificant after Syria vote

Britain revealed as insignificant after Syria vote

After David Cameron’s embarrassing parliamentary defeat this week over US action in Syria, the extent to which Britain is now insignificant in world events has finally been revealed. The myth of Britain retaining power and influence in the world was this week blown apart as President Obama simply shrugged off Britain’s refusal to go along…

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Police panic over Conservative European Arrest Warrant changes

Police panic over Conservative European Arrest Warrant changes

Following the tabloid feeding frenzy over the Megan Stammers and Jeremy Forrest case, senior police officers are applying huge political pressure in order to fight more than 100 Tory MPs planning to pull Britain out of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) arrangements. Mr Forrest was arrested on an EAW and police are scared that in…

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Assange sex allegations force British submission to Washington, women’s groups and EAW

Assange sex allegations force British submission to Washington, women’s groups and EAW

Whilst the tabloids concern themselves with making money from the alleged sexual exploits of Julian Assange, the British government continues to endure acute embarrassment following his failed extradition. Britain’s subservience to the United States and the government’s insistence on supporting the increasingly discredited European Arrest Warrant (EAW), especially when targeted at alleged sex offenders, have…

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New Police Commissioners politically driven and open to corruption

New Police Commissioners politically driven and open to corruption

TheOpinionSite.org believes that the election of political party candidates as new Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) will result in politically driven policies within police forces. Commissioners are likely to drive police policies along party lines with unpopular groups and individuals being targeted in order to gain political popularity and causing the Police Service to lose…

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Sex Offender Lie Detector tests may be expanded to include any suspected offenders

Sex Offender Lie Detector tests may be expanded to include any suspected offenders

In a shameful bid to score political points and to boost the failing reputation of the Home Secretary, Theresa May, the government has announced that, despite the fact that the devices are so unreliable that the evidence obtained from them is not allowed to be used in court, the use of polygraph testing or “Lie…

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Olympics bring loss and misery whilst hiding government manipulation

Olympics bring loss and misery whilst hiding government manipulation

Whilst David Cameron and his ministers, the pompous London Mayor Boris Johnson,  over-paid dignitaries and the inevitable hangers on all look forward to an enjoyable and all-expenses-paid Olympic experience, TheOpinionSite.org wishes to remind its readers that many businesses, local traders and many ordinary members of the public are preparing for an expensive and utterly miserable…

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TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors – and is still counting

TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors – and is still counting

As TheOpinionSite.org receives its first million visitors, its creator and editor, Raymond Peytors offers this personal message: This week saw TheOpinionSite.org exceed the million visitor mark which, for what is essentially a political comment site, is a fair achievement after only 2 years of being created. My sincere thanks go out to all those who…

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Queen’s Jubilee costs £3 billion while poorest families starve

Queen’s Jubilee costs £3 billion while poorest families starve

The cost of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee to Britain and its taxpayers is estimated by the government to be as much as £3 billion. At the same time, many of the unemployed, disadvantaged and poor do not have enough to pay for basic necessities, including food, energy and water. The huge cost to the country…

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