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Hate Has Won as United Kingdom Votes to Leave the European Union

Following a historic vote in the United Kingdom, Britons have decided to leave the European Union in a 52-48 decision. It was expected to be a close vote in the weeks and months leading up to the referendum, and after everything … Continue reading

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If Brexit Debate Becomes a Battle Between Fear and Hate, Nobody Wins

The United Kingdom is facing a once in a generation decision on Thursday as people go to the polls to determine their country’s role in Europe, and in fact the world. The question is whether or not Britain should remain … Continue reading

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David Cameron Wins Majority, Set to be Prime Minister for Another Five Long Years

British Prime Minister David Cameron will be retaining his title after his party was granted an unexpected majority in Thursday’s general election, the first for the Tories in over twenty years. After five weeks of campaigning, there was little evidence … Continue reading

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Nicola Sturgeon Proving Herself to be the One to Beat During UK Election Campaign

Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP are a major topic of discussion among all parties in the weeks before the election, with it becoming increasingly likely that they will hold the balance of power in Westminster. While Labour is still trying … Continue reading

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Labour Leading in Polls Following Imaginary Debate

The United Kingdom’s election campaign officially begins Monday morning, though party leaders have already begun reaching out to voters. Labour leader Ed Miliband was the first to kick off his campaign at London’s Olympic Park, mere hours after a televised … Continue reading

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Miliband and Cameron Exchange Harsh Words Over TV Debates

Tensions were high today in the House of Commons during one of the last cessions of Prime Minister’s Questions before the commencement of the election campaign. It was essentially reduced to name calling, with Miliband calling prime minister Cameron a … Continue reading

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David Cameron Merely Afraid of the Truth

There are three televised debates scheduled for April, two featuring seven of the U.K’s party leaders, and a third one-on-one debate between prime minister David Cameron and Labour leader Ed Miliband. However, Downing Street is insisting that there be only … Continue reading

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