Curbing the Conservative landslide

The ‘strongest possible mandate’ could damage the country and Britain’s exit from the EU. Whether we like it or not, this election will largely be fought over Brexit. May is arguing that she needs ‘the strongest possible hand’ and ‘the strongest possible mandate’ in order to negotiate with ‘our opponents’ who are ‘already seeking to […]

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Dreams of change: an ideal government

The people have spoken: the results of the 2015 General Election are out. With the Tories scraping a majority government, and three opposition leaders resigning their posts in less than an hour, it’s never been more clear that the personalities dominating modern British politics have left the electorate unenthused. So what, or more importantly, who, is British politics […]

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Oxford East: Ian MacDonald, UKIP

1) What is the most pressing issue in Oxford East currently, and how will you address it? Big issues like the NHS, immigration and the economy are just as important to people in Oxford as they are to people from anywhere else in the country. But Oxford is particularly badly affected by government policies on […]

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