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Sad and Wrong

July 11, 2024 Longrider 4

Ben Habib is feeling put out. Tensions surfaced in Reform today after Nigel Farage effectively sacked his deputy Ben Habib. Mr Farage – who was formally sworn […]

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July 5, 2024 Longrider 14

Reform managed to gain four seats. Given the vote share this is appallingly low, just as Labour’s seat allocation is appallingly high, such is the […]

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Barrel Scraping

June 22, 2024 Longrider 8

These people are desperate to dig dirt where there is none. These have ranged from comments that the UK should have remained neutral in the fight […]

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May 29, 2024 Longrider 9

No deals. Nigel Farage today hinted he’s open to a general election deal with the Tories as Rishi Sunak faces a wipeout on 4 July. The ex-UKIP leader, […]

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Another 1922

April 15, 2024 Longrider 8

Is this the start of a political shift such as the one that ousted the Liberals in 1922? Nearly a quarter of voters who backed […]

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I Wasn’t Wrong

March 11, 2024 Longrider 11

Lee Anderson has jumped. Lee Anderson’s decision to defect to Reform after talks suggesting he wanted to return to the Tories is “disappointing”, insiders said. The former […]

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On the Up

January 9, 2024 Longrider 17

Reform UK is now in third place. >Reform UK has moved into third place in a new poll amid speculation over a sensational political comeback by Nigel […]

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One Can Hope

January 7, 2024 Longrider 8

Nemesis. Nigel Farage could all but end any hopes Rishi Sunak has of keeping the keys to No10, according to a top pollster. JL Partners co-founder James Johnson, […]

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Refuse Reform

January 9, 2023 Longrider 20

Richard Tice is ruling out any electoral pact with the Tories. He is right to do so. Nigel Farage’s deal turned out to be an […]