News breaks in Britain this morning that the Great Bustard is once again beginning to thrive in the UK. Meanwhile mainland Europe demonstrates once again how remarkable it is for Britain not to have a strong far-right party in its parliament. In the recent Dutch 2010 general elections, The […]Read more →
As part of The Multicultural Politic‘s coverage on the General Election, we will be reviewing the parties’ manifesto pledges and policy of particular interest, we start by looking at the important and emotive topic of immigration and making our own case for a different policy direction.
What is striking about the mainstream parties (the so-called Big […]Read more →
I thought that this election would be fought on the principles, philosophies, and policies that would make Britain a better place and speed up the recovery after the bankers led us into the deepest recession ever in 70 years.Â I have been proved wrong already.Â Instead dealing with how to mend the economy, get businesses […]Read more →
On the Today programme yesterday morning,Â Monday 19 April, Tim Montgomerie ofÂ Conservative Home, standing in because no official spokesman from his party was yet ready to go on air, said that the support for the Liberal Democrats meant â€œwhat we are seeing is an anti-politics phenomenonâ€.
On the contrary, it is political in the best sense. […]
As it is the UK General Election Manifesto launch week, The Multicultural Politic (TMP) also is launching its General Elections coverage. TMP will be scrutinising the party pledges, policies and the personalities, up and down the country whilst also covering international politics from a multicultural perspective.Read more →
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