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Cameron panicked into populist politics after UKIP success

After last week’s elections and the success of Nigel Farage’s UKIP, the three main party leaders and numerous MPs are now panicking. David Cameron has been advised he must revert to ‘populist politics’ and follow the example of Tony Blair if he wants any chance of winning next year’s general election. The success of UKIP…

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Compassionate Conservatism ditched as ‘nasty’ Tories swerve violently to the right

Compassionate Conservatism ditched as ‘nasty’ Tories swerve violently to the right

Multi-millionaire Prime Minister, David Cameron today unceremoniously ditched the idea of “Compassionate Conservatism” as he gave in to Right Wing Tories over unemployment and housing benefits, dumping on the unemployed, the young and the homeless in the process. It would seem to TheOpinionSite.org that Cameron has also given up on the idea that “We’re all…

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Cameron to defy European Court over prisoner voting

Cameron to defy European Court over prisoner voting

The Prime Minister, David Cameron has decided to “do the minimum necessary” to comply with the recent judgement of the European Court of Human Rights that the UK must allow some prisoners to vote. Mr Cameron is clearly terrified of the prospect of his back-benchers causing trouble over a matter which most members of the…

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Massive rise in unemployment and prices threaten riots and disorder in 2012

Massive rise in unemployment and prices threaten riots and disorder in 2012

A huge rise in unemployment and retail prices are expected in 2012, a rise so significant that  it could undermine the social structure of Britain. The unstoppable increase in joblessness, retail food prices and transport has led the government to take radical action towards preventing a repeat of last summer’s riots or worse. Originally, the…

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Families suffer increasing hardship as Cameron spends on Olympics and Jubilee

Families suffer increasing hardship as Cameron spends on Olympics and Jubilee

As recession returns to Britain, the Prime Minister and other wealthy MPs are concerning themselves with the glories of the Olympics and the Queen’s Jubilee whilst the Bank of England’s warnings over inflation and recession are quietly ignored, prices rise and ordinary people find themselves unable to pay essential bills. The Governor of the Bank…

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Cameron at Euro crisis summit with UK isolated, ignored, hated and insignificant

Cameron at Euro crisis summit with UK isolated, ignored, hated and insignificant

The British Prime Minister, David Cameron is off to Brussels today to join other European leaders at a summit convened in order to save the Euro. Mr. Cameron, who is under significant pressure from anti-European Tory backbenchers, will find himself representing a Britain which is now isolated, ignored, hated and to a large extent, completely…

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Weak Cameron forces punishment change to IPP reforms

Weak Cameron forces punishment change to IPP reforms

Ken Clarke’s brave attempt to bring common sense into the sentencing system in England and Wales is being sabotaged by sleazy prime minister David Cameron who is afraid of appearing to be ‘soft on crime’. It was revealed in a House of Lords debate last week that Cameron, ever fearful of criticism from the tabloids,…

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EU referendum debate is based on manipulated ignorance and fear

EU referendum debate is based on manipulated ignorance and fear

The futile backbench debate to be held in the House of Commons on 24 October will be a gift to the Daily Mail and the Sun, will give false hope to Eurosceptics across the country and will be a total waste of time and a distraction as the government is not in any way bound…

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Dale Farm eviction is about much more than planning laws

Dale Farm eviction is about much more than planning laws

The police heavily outnumbered protesters today as the eviction of travellers from Dale Farm in Essex went ahead. Violence was in evidence on both sides as residents sought to assert what they regard as their right to live on the land and police were apparently defending themselves from attack. Bricks and debris were thrown at…

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Prisoners Earnings Act is a lie and will affect only a few prisoners

Prisoners Earnings Act is a lie and will affect only a few prisoners

The government was up to its usual deception yesterday when it announced that the Prisoners Earnings Act, first passed in 1996, was now in force. The act allows the government to make deductions from earnings of prisoners who receive over £20 a week; the money deducted will, according to the government, be paid to victim…

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