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A selection of some of my recent work

No one can stop the Boris train now - bring on Prime Minister Johnson

Johnson’s victory in today’s first round of voting was as resounding as anyone could have reasonably expected. He has been waiting for this moment for a very long time, and the substantial lead he currently enjoys is hard-earned and well-deserved.
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Can a new Prime Minister actually change anything on Brexit, or are we in for more of the same?

All ten of the candidates to be the next Prime Minister have committed to delivering Brexit, so whoever takes up the leadership mantle next month will have to employ creative methods of some sort to break this unprecedented legislative logjam.
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Boris Johnson: The man young Conservatives like me should get behind

Boris Johnson is the unifier that the Conservatives need. Come Christmas, he will have executed Brexit and finally taken British politics off pause, setting us on the road to a bright Conservative future.
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Labour's civil war goes much deeper than Brexit

Ideological warfare is being waged on the Left between the old guard and the young crowd. Neo-Marxism versus actual Marxism, if you like.
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Why I, a staunch Brexiteer, support the Prime Minister's Withdrawal Agreement

History will look back on Theresa May's Brexit deal as an extremely impressive political feat.
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Why we should not scrap tuition fees

Slashing or abolishing tuition fees would to nothing to tackle inequality. In fact, it would only serve to exacerbate the problem.
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What is the will of the people on Brexit?

Leaving the EU is not a temporary thing; nobody advocated a trial period which could be reversed if we don't like it. The vote was - or should have been - final.
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Defeating the People's Vote campaign is much easier than it seems

If a cartoonish evil mastermind wanted to inflict irreparable damage on British politics, a second Brexit referendum is how he would do it.
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Proportional Representation could help us fix the Brexit crisis

It is surely only a matter of time before the smaller parties coalesce around a mutually beneficial demand for a more representative electoral system.
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Free speech and free press go hand in hand - and both are under threat

By subtly and implicitly encouraging people to be offended by the things they read and hear, we are slowly but surely fostering a culture of intolerance in which dissenting voices can be arbitrarily shut down.
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