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The Jake Take: Lose The Battle To Win The War – Am I Seriously Suggesting We Should Let The Brexit Party Win The European Elections?

Yes. Yes I am. Kthanksbyenow….. ……………. Oh, you want more? Well I suppose a sentence is not an adequate amount of words for an entire column.  Sean who runs Frontbench is an awesome dude (no he didn’t pay me to say that), and as such was sharing around my last Jake Take for here on […]

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The Jake Take: Getting Your Priorities Straight – What Kind Of Message Are MP’s Sending About Brexit?

I wonder what I am writing about this week? Let me just double check. Ah. Yes. Sorry. It does appear to be Brexit related. Wunderbar. With the unyielding predictability of death, taxes and change, Brexit seems compelled to consume the sphere of political discussion until at least October 31st. Heh. Sorry, but there seems to be a […]

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The Jake Take: Standing In The Way Of Control – Why Northern Ireland and Scotland Get Independence Referendums If Brexit Happens

I apologise for the egotistical name of this article, however I also write for glitchdspace.WordPress.com and The Jake Take is kind of the thing I do. When I was asked about the potential of writing a piece for Frontbench Politics I was jumping at the chance to fuel my political animal.  Unfortunately for you lot we’re going through […]

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Our Greed Will Cost Us Sovereignty

By Sean Ash Prior to the announcement of an in/out referendum by David Cameron, the antagonist was never Europe, but Westminster. It wasn’t long ago that leave voters couldn’t name a single MEP, other than Nigel Farage, nor did they know who the president of the commission was and they certainly wasn’t speaking up for […]

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Rules of Engagement

By David Domminney Fowler I’ve been struggling for a while now with a question. How is it that seemingly intelligent, and in some cases extremely intelligent people, seem to draw wildly different conclusions and disagree to the point of being illogical? For example, take Steve Bannon, Stephen Fry, Ezra Kline, Nigel Farage, Sam Harris, Jordan […]