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The Stormzy Corbyn Affair: A Quick Lesson In Political Endorsements

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The Stormzy Corbyn Affair. Because, sometimes, you have to use your force for good. When I read that voter registration spiked by 236% on...

Boris Johnson is UK’s New Prime Minister

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So like play like play, Boris Johnson rose from a floppy haired, un-serious public school boy, to a floppy haired gaffe-stricken Mayor for London,...

The revolution has begun: Corbyn’s rise from the ashes is a...

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Right now, you are reading an article on Facebook that has not been cut or curbed to fit the wishes of an advertiser, nor...

The Book of Jeremy Corbyn – Anthony Lane, The New Yorker

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And it came to pass, in the land of Britain, that the High Priestess went unto the people and said, Behold, I bring ye...

Hung parliament but there’s fight in the old dog yet as...

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Then you ask what my problem is with Theresa May. Even when the people have spoken!!! So, this hag called for a snap election...

UK June 8th General Election: vote who you like, as long...

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The UK June 8th General Election has finally come around, and I'm in bits. I have been feverishly checking poll trackers to see what's really...

As Labour narrow the gap with the Conservatives, we pray: Jesus...

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The Trump elections have made me very cagey about announcing sure bankers when it comes to elections. I knew Hillary was no walk-in-the-park, but...

UK is hell-bound as Theresa May calls for snap general election

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When I heard the news that Theresa May had called for a snap general election on 8 June, my heart flopped. Instantly, I understood...

What the hell?? I turn my back for 5 seconds and...

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I can't deal with the UK at the moment; I really can't. Is it that someone can't ask you people to do anything? Somebody...

Brexit or Bremain? Kids explain the EU referendum brilliantly!

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To Brexit or to Bremain - that is the question? I'll be honest, I had the hardest time deciding ahead of the upcoming EU...