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TPUK Staff | News Those on the hard Left have never wasted a good crisis. This time round, it looks as though they’re aiming to be just as infectious as the coronavirus itself: by spreading themselves throughout groups of innocent people who are only trying to help each other. The Sunday Express recently reported that […]
TPUK Staff | News Labour’s anti-Semitism crisis continues to boil. One may have presumed, after the removal of Jeremy Corbyn from office, that the problem was over, but one would be wrong. Sir Keir Starmer was forced to give two former Shadow Ministers a “telling off” for their appearance on a Zoom call which openly […]
TPUK Staff | Opinion There has been an increasing suspicion that universities are treating students and their needs with complete contempt, concerning themselves only with the financial bounty that the students offer. A shocking story has emerged from one UK university that is very disturbing and speaks to this attitude, which seems to be prevalent […]
Jonathan Eida | News Times like these we are currently experiencing often bring people together and create harmony where there was once discord. For most people, this has meant putting aside their political quarrels and embracing a non-partisan unity. A select few, however, were not willing to countenance this option and so resorted to their […]
TPUK Staff | News It is absolutely typical – and disgraceful. It shouldn’t surprise anyone. But that’s the world we live in when the Labour Party has been taken over by the hard-Left. We are facing a crisis unprecedented in modern times. Friends, families and vulnerable people are being kept isolated from one another, in […]
Jonathan Eida | Announcement These are very dark times. What we are currently seeing around the world is an almost unparalleled breakdown of our economic and social fabric. But even in these dark times, there is room to look for the light. Hardship often brings out the best in people. Some of the acts of […]
TPUK Staff | News Bob Stewart (Beckenham) (Con) “I want to talk about my personal experience of genocide—I am afraid that it was up close. In 1992, I was commanding a British battalion—the 1st Battalion, Cheshire Regiment—in Fallingbostel, Germany. I rang my mother and said, “We are surrounded here by disgusting locations—concentration camps, not just […]