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    • Article: Apr 12, 2019

      The time he campaigned for Roy Moore in Alabama. When nine women had come forward to accuse him of sexual misconduct.

      Fortunately, Moore lost the seat to Democrat challenger Doug Jones. Which is good, because much like Farage himself, Moore's kind of the worst.

    • Article: Apr 11, 2019

      Brexit latest

      Brexit is still paralysing government and parliament. But I think a significant corner has been turned with the decision of the European Council to extend the timetable for Brexit until Halloween on Oct 31st.

      The sense of drama and crisis has abated somewhat, now that Brexit Day is no longer imminent.

    • Article: Apr 11, 2019

      It's our job to win big for fellow Remainers across the country in these European elections.

      Last night Theresa May met with EU leaders and, in a dashing blow to her plans, was forced to agree to extend Article 50 to October 31st, with the ability to review at the end of June.

      She's still doing the hokey-cokey and dancing around the issue but as a result, it's clear European elections are incredibly likely this Spring.

    • Article: Apr 10, 2019

      These past few months have been nothing short of a national humiliation.

      For nearly 3 years, the government has used a wafer thin referendum majority to sow division in our towns, our cities and even in our families.

      But those who seek to divide us will never win. We demand better than Brexit.

      Labour and the Conservatives are fighting amongst themselves, and they have taken their eye off the ball when it comes to local services.