Monthly Archives: April 2010

LibLabCon only offering voters disguised EU agenda

In an article by Toque entitled The Liberal Democrats’ Resolution of the England Question, which was the publication of a letter from the Liberal Democrat HQ in response to their question on an English Parliament, published on 27th April, I … Continue reading

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Election Campaign: The politics of fear

As the General Election of 2010 nears its final week, the campaigns being put forward to the public have moved from the original scope of party policy, through evangelical hero worship of leadership figures, questions of deals and coalitions and … Continue reading

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A future fair for all – or is it..

As we look at the first 10 years of the 21st century, the world is moving and changing at an alarming rate, and most of it is driven by information technology. This technology like all societal change inventions can be … Continue reading

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Election: Look a little closer at the small print

While walking down the street one day a “Member of Parliament” is tragically hit by a truck and dies. His soul arrives in heaven and is met by St. Peter at the  entrance. ‘Welcome to heaven,’ says St. Peter.. ‘Before … Continue reading

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Iceland could be our saviour

As the near continent wide ban on aircraft movements enters its 4th day, and the airports of Europe begin to resemble refugee camps and field hospitals, a bigger and much more pressing set of questions now come to the fore. … Continue reading

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Leaders debate and the LPUK

I, like millions of others in the UK watched intently to the performance of the 3 leaders of the biggest national parties in the country. Whilst I was expecting to listen to 90 minutes of repeated sound-bytes, manifesto promises and … Continue reading

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Viviane Reding vs William Hague

Bearing in mind that William Hague has said a Tory government would not entertain the idea of an EU public prosecutor and that Viviane Reding, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, has said: “we … Continue reading

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Albion Alliance takes the campaign to the doorstep

Well Gordon Brown has finally gone to see the Queen, Parliament has been prorogued and the MP’s are no more. Many have stood down and will disappear like the mist, others will be standing again along with a host of … Continue reading

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Digital Economy Act & the ACTA – it stinks of rotten fish

Scandinavian blogger Sköne Oke informs us of the following: 1. The Fish mandate (“SEC(2007) 1377″): The European Commission sent a draft recommendation to the Council to authorize the Commission to negotiate ACTA. Yes, they wrote their own negotiating directive. The … Continue reading

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Party Election Manifestos #ge2010

Well that’s it. This rotten parliament has finally been washed up and is now closed for business. As the candidates disburse to their constituencies to begin searching out voters to con into backing them, lets take a look at the … Continue reading

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