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Monday, May 18, 2015

#1022: 1980, The Undertones, There Goes Norman

May 18, 2015

Say one thing about the Lib-Dems and their predecessor Liberal Party, they’ve had some spanking leaders – from Gladstone and Lloyd-George, through to Joe Grimmond marching to the sound of gunfire and David Steel, preparing for Government, even mad Captain Ashdown was a towering figure – ok, Nick Clegg has been a bit of a […]

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What the Next Labour Leader Should Say…

May 18, 2015

As Labour faces an existential crisis after a disastrous general election, we now have four months of hand wringing as Labour make the important decision of choosing their next Leader and Deputy Leader. This new appointment is possibly the most important decision of the history of the Labour Party. At present, Labour are in tatters. […]

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Week 20: Hero – Steven Gerrard

May 18, 2015

This week’s hero is the retiring Liverpool and former England skipper – Steven Gerrard. I was listening to a radio phone-in the other week; the question being asked was ‘what would Steven Gerrard’s legacy be?’ and time and again, in response football fans from teams other than Liverpool were ringing up saying that Steven Gerrard […]

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Week 20: Prat – Chuka Umunna

May 18, 2015

This week, the Streatham MP wins our award for being the biggest prat of the last seven days A week ago, Chuka Umunna looked like the favourite to become the next leader of the Labour Party: clearly getting the nod from the Prince of Darkness himself, Lord Mandelson. Everything looked to be running in his […]

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