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My ninth weekly review - this week, the foxes are granted a reprieve, the Labour party are still leaderless but the Liberal Democrats aren't.
After the delaying the EVEL vote last week, the government thought they'd try something slightly less controversial this week – amending the law on fox hunting! But don't worry, they're only trying to bring the law in line with Scotland, where hunters can flush foxes using unlimited dogs instead ...
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My take on today's "Emergency Budget" - a stolen budget by George Osborne.
Just four months after the previous budget the Chancellor, Giddy Gideon George (perhaps even Gordon) Osborne gave the "best Labour budget in years." His second budget of the year and his first without the troublesome Liberal ...
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My sixth weekly review - it's a week of turmoil in all the opposition parties, and for the Palace of Westminster itself.

As always let me know what you think by commenting below!
This week, UKIP and the Liberal Democrats are in turmoil, the Labour leadership contest isn't going quite to plan and MPs have a difficult choice to make. 1. Turmoil in UKIP After the debacle of Nigel Farage's unresignation, ...
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My fourth one of these - this week even more on the EU referendum, MPs are getting a payrise, another Labour leadership contender and austerity continues.

As always let me know what you think by commenting below.
Tragically, the former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy died on Monday at the age of 55, I've written a short tribute to him here. Article of the week: The Guardian's Patrick Wintour discusses the failure of the Labour...
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Unfortunately I don't think they'll be able drum up the same support as Podemos and Syriza. As our economy is doing far far better than both Spain and Greece.
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My third weekly review - a quick summary of the Queen's Speech and more on the EU referendum. Plus Clegg and Galloway. Let me know what you think by commenting. 
In the week of the Queen's Speech we've found out even more about the EU referendum, the government performs its first of likely many U-turns and it's bye-bye to Nick Clegg while another politician is planning yet another com...
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Thanks very much! I'm glad you're enjoying them :)
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My first attempt at a weekly political review - UKIP has erupted in civil war, while the Lib Dems are fighting back. Let me know what you think!
Little over a week ago we witnessed a completely unexpected result in the most unpredictable election in decades (what a surprise!). The Conservatives were returned with a slim majority and the following day the leaders of th...
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My eighth weekly review - this week, the government buries something beneath the budget, it's decision time over airports and good triumphs over EVEL.

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Now that I am back from gallivanting around the Lake District, I thought I’d treat you all to a double whammy – TWO weeks worth of review, in one post. This week, the government buries something beneath the budget, it's decis...
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Weekly Review No.7 - Just a short one for you this week. Clegg confesses all, Network Rail falls off the rails and David Cameron spills all about the EU campaign. 

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A short one for you this week, with only three stories, if I were you I'd blame Nick Clegg – everyone else does! This week, Clegg confesses all, Network Rail falls off the rails and Cameron backs a yes vote...in private. 1. C...
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My fifth weekly review - This week, Cameron's cabinet threat, Osborne's budget promise and more on the Labour party.
This week, Cameron threatens his cabinet, the Labour leadership race gets smaller, the Chancellor plays at politics and the Liberal Democrats revisit electoral reform. Article of the week: The Guardian interviews Ruth Davidso...
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I've written a short piece on a new electoral system for Westminster. Let me know what you think and vote in the poll at the bottom of the page.
On Monday, the Electoral Reform Society did what most voters had realised already, they criticised the UK’s First-Past-the-Post (FPTP) electoral system as "archaic" and "divisive." They said it produced the "most disproportio...
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+Anastasia England is the reason people aren't voting because they feel that their vote isn't worth anything. A proportional would I allow a lot more voices to be heard - including anti-austerity parties if people voted for them.

While I don't think that electoral reform would significantly improve turnout I think it would help.
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My second weekly review on the past week's political events. Let me know what you think as always. 
There's certainly a never dull week in British politics. In this edition – The UKIP Civil War is over before it really began, there's trouble in the Commons over seats, the fight against the EU begins and even more trouble fo...
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My first weekly review - one week on from the election, UKIP have been tearing itself apart and the Lib Dems are fighting back.
Little over a week ago we witnessed a completely unexpected result in the most unpredictable election in decades (what a surprise!). The Conservatives were returned with a slim majority and the following day the leaders of th...
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    Philosophy and Politics, 2010 - 2013
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