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Monthly Archives: April 2015

Does anyone care about the UK and the EU?

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Somehow, finally, it’s the last week of campaigning for the general election. In previous weeks/months, I written about how the British debate has failed to pick up and explore in any detail what the UK’s relationship with the EU might/should be. Today I’m swinging the focus around to the rest of the EU. The prompt […]

How you see things is how they are: UKIP in the public’s eye

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A couple of interesting polls this week help to illustrate UKIP’s situation at the moment. The first, a YouGov poll on media bias, repeats a survey from last year about how voters see media coverage of the different parties. As last time, UKIP is seen as having a much more negative bias against it than do […]

Fings ain’t what they used to be: Changing UKIP

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So we now have most of the major manifestos for the General Election. None of them – possibly bar the LibDems -  give me much cause to change my mind about the continuing failure of British politicians to talk about the detail of European integration. UKIP’s effort - released today - is a case in point. On one hand, it’s very […]

That was the debate that wasn’t…

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A few weeks ago, I complained that the EU wasn’t an issue being debated in the general election. This week, I finally got my way and we started to explore the finer points of British membership and to consider our place in the world more generally. Only kidding: we mainly talked about how much we (dis)like Tony […]

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