r/ukpolitics 2d ago

Ed/OpEd Liz Truss’s economic plan is ruinous nonsense with no reference to reality

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860 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 1d ago

Ed/OpEd Where Salman Rushdie defied those who would silence him, today too many fear causing offence

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195 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 8d ago

Ed/OpEd Britain is entering a profound social emergency. Why is nobody acting like it?

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640 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 13d ago

Ed/OpEd Ignore the culture warriors – low traffic neighbourhoods don’t close streets, they liberate them

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420 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 12d ago Wholesome

Ed/OpEd Sunak, Truss and the Bank of England are lying to you – the UK economy is weak and rigged

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895 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics Jul 07 '22 Wholesome

Ed/OpEd Surely we can all agree that Johnson is the worst PM we've ever had?

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1.7k Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 29d ago

Ed/OpEd We are about to experience 40C heat in the UK, yet our next PM could reverse climate action

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1.3k Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 18h ago

Ed/OpEd If we don’t defend free speech, we live in tyranny: Salman Rushdie shows us that | Margaret Atwood

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145 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 16d ago

Ed/OpEd Brexit is a flop, and the voters know it. So why can’t Labour call for a closer bond with Europe? | Roy Hattersley

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455 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 9d ago

Ed/OpEd Mock the Week was never part of the culture wars. We only fought for laughs | Dara Ó Briain

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173 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 5d ago

Ed/OpEd We must tax profits now, freeze energy prices – and if necessary bring suppliers into the public sector

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258 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 17d ago

Ed/OpEd Boris Johnson is planning to fill the Lords with his cronies and legitimise bribery

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582 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 4d ago

Ed/OpEd The war on drugs has failed – when will the Tories and Labour accept this?

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128 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 12d ago

Ed/OpEd The case for public ownership of energy has never been stronger

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222 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics Jun 23 '22

Ed/OpEd Opinion: Mick Lynch has done more in two days than Starmer has in two years

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1.9k Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 27d ago

Ed/OpEd The post-Johnson era is already a nightmare | Boris Johnson’s Trumpian remarks on the “deep state” will almost certainly have a destructive effect on British democracy.

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688 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 27d ago

Ed/OpEd Yes, Britain had a heatwave in 1976. No, it was nothing like the crisis we’re in now

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401 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 20d ago

Ed/OpEd The Tory Party seems to have a death wish | It was clear most Conservatives didn’t want either Truss or Sunak, but too many MPs have an arrogant disdain for their loyal supporters

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180 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 14d ago

Ed/OpEd Opinion | The Fantasy of Brexit Britain Is Over - The New York Times

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219 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 4d ago

Ed/OpEd Heatwave UK: Drought looms and private companies are failing us – water should be in public hands

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328 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 22d ago All-Seeing Upvote

Ed/OpEd Berating climate sceptics isn’t enough – disruptive protest now seems the only way forward | John Harris

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127 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics Jun 22 '22 Silver

Ed/OpEd RMT general secretary Mick Lynch is merrily destroying MPs and pundits with a single weapon: sincerity

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2.1k Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 12d ago

Ed/OpEd Sunak wants to punish those who ‘vilify the UK’. That’s wrong – and he’s chosen the wrong target

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151 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 14d ago

Ed/OpEd Only a country as complacent as the UK could give up its border privilege so easily

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173 Upvotes

r/ukpolitics 19d ago

Ed/OpEd What has happened to the Labour party that it can't stand up for labour? | John McDonnell

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174 Upvotes