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The Labour Party was founded on the needs of labour. And for most of the 20th Century the interests of waged workers and the interests of capital were held to be diametrically opposed and mutually hostile.
The Coalition Government had a long time to prepare its presentation of its Mid-Term review. It had two and a half years to the actual middle of a five year parliament.
On Tuesday, the European Court of Human Rights ruled in favour of one Christian complaining about UK law on freedom of religion and against three others.
It is symbolic of the last Labour government’s severe addiction to centralisation that in a few weeks the party is holding its local government conference for the first time in eight years.
The proper meaning of “revolution” is a return to a previous order. David Cameron’s campaign to transfer power and responsibility from state to society is revolutionary.
We know that electoral boundaries are currently drawn in ways that disadvantage the Conservative Party. There is a pressing need for reform, if the Members elected to Parliament are effectively to represent the people who vote for them.
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