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... destruction of the environment. From 1943 onwards Jenks had been an advocate of 'the organic movement', and in 1945 he was recruited to the Soil Association, which campaigned for the use of natural manure and compost and against the use of artificial fertilisers. The Association was founded that year by Lady Eve Balfour, the niece of the former Tory prime minister, Arthur Balfour. She had become convinced of the necessity for organic farming through reading Famine in England, and made her farm in Haughley a continuing experiment in organic farming. Writer and broadcaster In 1945 the BUF's leader, Oswald Mosley, was considering setting himself up as a farmer. In August that year Jenks met the ...
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... that go full term, Labour went down to defeat in 1979. Nor was white working-class and white suburban racism defeated. Voters of that ilk just moved into the embrace of the Conservative Party after Margaret Thatcher legitimized their concerns with her 'feeling rather swamped' comments on Granada TV in January 1978. Both Labour's '79 defeat and the Tories assimilation of the extreme right were salutary lessons that cultural campaigns and nice music were no substitute for winning real political battles. 2-Tone faded away quite quickly and had run out of steam by late 1980. Nor did artistic unity prevail. Two of its early signings both quit as soon 9 Poly Styrene was a fantastically memorable character ...
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... her opponents to definitively stick the boot into each other and fill a power vacuum. This did not require any particular skill from her, apart from the ability to sit on her hands and wait. In the back-rooms of politics, the situation is the same. Lynton Crosby – the Australian election svengali – has worked for the Tories for a number of years now. His 'dead cat' strategy7 has regularly proven counter-productive. Yet his firm Crosby Trextor was paid £18.6m for their part in the 2017 Conservative election campaign. Yes . . . £18.6m for that campaign – the one that reduced the government's majority to a thread. ...
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... speech than he did!" He pointed to Kubeykin and Misha and added, "Isn't that true?! But in politics and elections they are our opponents." Then he criticized them for their behavior at the last elections: they put their candidates in the places where every vote mattered for the Labour Party, and as a result Tories and Liberals won some of the seats. ' 55 Hayward says here, more or less, what he apparently said in the Soviet embassy in London. The author of the Telegraph piece quoted above, the man with access to the product of the bugging of the Soviet embassy, is Giles Udy. His publisher's blurb on him includes ...
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... 11 When Jeremy Corbyn chided him for this in Parliament, BoJo had a good chuckle.12 In many ways Theresa May is the John Major de nos jours: perceived as weak by many within her own party and continually fighting the Eurosceptics. The difficult balancing act of nudging us towards a soft or non-Brexit, while holding the Tory Party together, must be exhausting. Alas for her, Boris Johnson is unlikely to follow in the footsteps of George Brown and flounce off to the backbenches to be safely ignored for the rest of time. 7 'The Secretary of State for Foreign & Commonwealth Affairs, Rt Hon Boris Johnson MP, set out his vision for a liberal ...
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