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Jul 27 2017

The Balkans in 2017: A region still being fought over by outsiders

Zoran Cicak, a political analyst For centuries, the Balkans was an area where two dominant European players of the age were fighting each other for influence, resources, transit routes and allies. Whether Habsburg and Ottoman empires in the XVII and XVIII centuries, Russian and Austrian empires in the XIX century, Germany and Great Britain in […]

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May 29 2017

Energy Prices: A Fair Deal For The Taxpayer?

    Margot James, Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Corporate Responsibility and Conservative MP for Stourbridge This Government is firmly focused on getting the best deal for energy consumers and ensuring that consumer markets work for everyone. As the Prime Minister has set out, our Plan for Britain is to build a stronger, fairer […]

Energy Prices: A Fair Deal For The Taxpayer? »

andrew-murrison

May 29 2017

Cyber Britain in a post-Brexit world

    Dr Andrew Murrison, a member of the Joint Select Committee on the National Security Strategy and Conservative MP for South West Wiltshire There will be moments in the months ahead when our European Union interlocutors cut up rough. Therefore, it is time for everyone to remember that the UK has always been a […]

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marie-rimmer

May 29 2017

Unlike the Government, Labour stands shoulder to shoulder with disabled people

    Marie Rimmer, Shadow Minister for Disabled People and Labour MP for St Helens South and Whiston The hallmark of this Conservative Government is their scapegoating of disabled people, who for seven long years have borne the brunt of Tory austerity. Disabled people are twice as likely to live in poverty as non-disabled people […]

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