Tag: Conservatives

Chatter #222 [Live] – Gavin O’Toole on Tory Authoritarianism and The End Of Boris?

Gavin O’Toole is a writer and editor with a long background at the UK’s leading newspapers, including eight years at the Observer, six years at the Financial Times, and six years at the Guardian. Has written for Reuters IFR, Al Jazeera, Guardian, Futures and Options Association, Markit Magazine, NACLA, Global Government Forum, Public…

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The Corona Timeline

We’ll be updating this periodically, and expanding it’s scope! December 31st China alerts WHO to new virus.  January 23rd Study reveals a third of China’s patients require intensive care.  January 24th Boris Johnson misses first Cobra meeting.  January 29th Boris Johnson misses second Cobra meeting.  January 31st The NHS declares first ever ‘Level…

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Chatter Episode 51 – Doire Finn and Aŕon Hughes on Our Future Our Choice and Misunderstanding the Irish Border

Doire Finn and Aŕon Hughes from Our Future Our Choice Northern Ireland were our guests on today’s show. We discussed their experience campaigning as a part of OFOC NI, how British politicians understand (or fail to understand) the Irish border, the possibility of a border poll, and where they think we are heading….

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Chatter Episode 46 – Andrew Lewin on Making the Case For Labour to Support a People’s Vote

Andrew Lewin, the head of Labour Remain, was our guest on today’s show. He has been campaigning to ensure that there will be a meaningful debate on the Labour Party Brexit policy at this summer’s Labour Party conference. We had a great conversation about the possibility that there could be a ‘People’s Vote’…

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How Devolution Is Being Affected By Brexit Explained

The scope of devolved institutions to set their own laws has been increasing steadily since the 90s. Tony Blair and New Labour helped establish the power-sharing government at Stormont and gave further powers to Holyrood. However, the Brexit process could bring disruption to this steady decentralisation of power within the UK. What Is…

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The DUP Are Weaponising The Irish Border

When Theresa May first came calling for support in the wake of her General Election collapse, I’m not quite sure she knew what she was letting herself in for. She happily over-looked their stances of the LGBT+ community, abortion rights, and the age of the earth (yes some of them are young earth…

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