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If you are a respected public figure – a list that includes captains of industry, politicians and general do-gooders, but probably not Katie Hopkins or Godfrey Bloom – knowing how to conduct yourself on public occasions is absolutely essential. Here … Continue reading
We have a “moral duty” not to run around saving lives Delegates to the Conservative party conference in October 2015 will have the chance to debate the abolition of state-funded fire and ambulance services. And in an unexpected twist, it … Continue reading
Hundreds of innocent Brits were left terrified, screaming and fearful for their lives last night after being harassed by gangs of criminal migrants desperate to board a Eurostar bound for the UK.
Teachers preparing for a return to school later this week expressed themselves flabbergasted by a Government decision to ban childhood classic, “The Silver Sword”, by Ian Serraillier, from reading lists this autumn.
Labour Party supporters were this evening shocked and dismayed to learn that officials had decided to cancel the leadership election and hand the decision over to George Osborne “in perpetuity” – or at least until such time as someone could … Continue reading