Brighton and Hove: How To Take On The Sun – And Win

Since 1979, no candidate for British Prime Minister has succeeded without the support of Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper The Sun.

Despite its ingrained sexism and misogynistic attitude towards women; despite its racist and xenophobic barrage of headlines; despite the illegal activities of a number of its senior staff; and despite lying repeatedly about the deaths of 96 football fans; The Sun remains the most widely read newspaper in the UK.

Alongside the monarchy, the newspaper continues to be the most popular obstacle to democracy in the country.

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Bernie Sanders: The Next President of the United States

For decades in North America, the phrase “socialism” has  been somewhat of a dirty word. But things may be about to change, in dramatic fashion.

Despite the mainstream media’s insistence on focusing their gaze at the neo-Fascist Donald Trump, it is in fact another New Yorkian who is striding towards the White House. And it is this understated, modest politician who is the one we should really be paying attention to.

Quietly and gradually, Bernie Sanders, the United States Senator for Vermont, has been breaking records and gaining support. As with all political campaigns, the race to Capitol Hill is a marathon and not a sprint, and the time is now approaching whereby the turtle overtakes the hare.

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An Open Letter to Purna Sen

Purna Sen is a Labour candidate for the 2015 General Election. She is going to be challenging Caroline Lucas for the Brighton Pavilion seat. A few days ago a Labour News leaflet was brought to my attention. On the back it stated: “Tell Purna your views and comments”. So I did.

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