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‘Beacon of red’

Ben Dilks  |  14 April 2016

Nia Griffith has Welsh Tories and Brexiters in her sights —Labour’s shadow secretary of state for Wales is a woman on a mission. Nia Griffith sees the result of next month’s Welsh assembly elections as crucial, not only to the people of Wales, but for the future of the Labour party nationally. ‘It is absolutely essential for …

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A Britain we won’t give up on

Naushabah Khan  |  13 February 2015

This week Nigel Farage launched the United Kingdom Independence party’s 2015 election campaign addressing an audience at Canvey Island, Essex. There was a hint of desperation in his words as he urged Britons to ‘believe in Britain’ and asked ‘neglected voters to make their voices heard and choose MPs that care about their lives’, a …

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Ukip’s health policy on the operating table

Naushabah Khan  |  22 January 2015

We all have a good idea of where Labour and the Tories stand when it comes to healthcare and the National Health Service in this country, but what about the latest entrant on the political playing field – the United Kingdom Independence party? You could be forgiven for being slightly confused by its position, and …

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‘We need to show it doesn’t matter what your background is’

Adam Harrison  |  18 November 2014

The plaudits have been rolling in for Naushabah Khan, Labour’s parliamentary candidate for Rochester and Strood, launched into the national limelight this autumn as the seat’s Conservative member of parliament switched allegiance to the United Kingdom Independence party. The move prompted a by-election as he followed his new party teammate Douglas Carswell in standing down …

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