Scratchcards

Why Do Poor Brits Love Buying Scratchcards?

I’m no fan of the National Lottery in the United Kingdom, especially scratchcards. In fact, I believe it to be a voluntary tax to fund sports and the arts of social elites on the backs of the poorest and most vulnerable Brits. It angers me when I see government-sanctioned National Lottery posters, advertisements and announcements.
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United Kingdom news

Information and News from the United Kingdom

Prior to the First World War, the United Kingdom used to be the world’s sole superpower with a third of the earth’s landmass colored pink on a map; yet if we were to fast forward over one hundred years later, we see a wind battered island on the the edge of the European continent with it’s back literally turned to its continental partners.
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Princess Diana

A New Light On Princess Diana

You may or may not remember the massive wave of change that Princess Diana brought to the world, but surely her name rings a bell. Princess Diana, once the most famous woman in the world, took the world by storm with her modern style, daring approaches with media and scandals in her married life. Recent footage released by Peter Settelen has revealed intimate and private details about Diana and Prince Charles’s personal life, which allows us to take a walk in her shoes.
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British parliament

“Ni**er in the Woodpile” and Other Racist Parliamentary Anomalies

There has been recent controversy in the United Kingdom regarding the use of the term “ni**er in the woodpile” being used in parliament by Newton Abbey MP Anne Marie Morris. Aside from being a highly bizarre and unusual term to use in the 21st century, Morris had used the idiom to describe the threat of leaving the European Union with a trade deal at a launch of a report into the Britain’s financial sector. But what does this term actually mean?
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Gibraltar: Spain Vs. Britain

Against the backdrop of the questions regarding Gibraltar and its appearance once more after Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (Brexit) of last year’s vote; The Telegraph reported that Spain seems to want the territory for itself, since the mountain geographically connects with it.
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Election broadcasts

5 Bizarre, Cringeworthy UK Election Broadcasts (Videos)

Its election time folks, and we need to choose between the blueberry party or the raspberry party. If you don’t take action, you may stand to lose the civic pride that is expected from you, and naturally you will be spending a week in the tiger pit.
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Electoral Reform in the UK

Let us start with the assumption that the case for reform has been made. Anyone who denies that now can surely only be doing so because they have a vested interest in the status quo. I will leave you, dear reader, to work out who that might be.
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The Rise of Jeremy Corbyn — The Green MP

Apathy has plagued the electorate for decades but, as more and more people are disenfranchised by the degree of unfairness inherent in austerity politics and the rhetoric of career politicians who monopolise the political sphere by shifting policies with the wind, there is an awakening of minds, echoed in calls for voting reform and reform of the House of Lords, indicating a collective want for radical shifts to truly democratic values-led political systems.
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