A.B. Sanderson

A B Sanderson has ten years experience working in EU politics both in Brussels and Strasbourg and here in the UK.

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Greece Starts Preparing For Eurozone Exit

Greek authorities have started preparing for a possible Eurozone exit with contracts being drawn up for “payments in euros or any national Greek currency” as the government admitted yesterday the country was broke. Since the Syriza government was elected to power,

Farage: ‘No Talks and No Coalition’

Ukip leader Nigel Farage has demanded a vote on the UK’s membership of the EU this year, as well as significant deficit reduction plans in order for his party to support a minority government. However, he ruled out joining any

It’s A Girl!

Kensington Palace have announced that the Duchess of Cambridge delivered a baby girl at 0834hrs this morning. The baby, which weighed 8lb 3 oz, will be fourth in line to the throne. The Queen, the Prince of Wales and other

Noel Gallagher Brands Ed Miliband a ‘F***ing Communist’

Ed Miliband’s campaign took another bashing last night when former Oasis front man and New Labour supporter Noel Gallagher called him a “f***ing communist”. In an interview with Alan Carr on his ‘Chatty Man’ programme Gallagher, said he hadn’t fallen out

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Duchess of Cambridge Goes Into Labour

The Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to hospital at 0600BST this morning in the early stages of labour. She was accompanied by her husband, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge. This was about the same time as she arrived at the

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The BBC and UKIP go to War in South Thanet

An official complaint has been made to Kent Police about the contents of a BBC One programme broadcast during the election period. Senior advisers to UKIP Leader Nigel Farage have reported the prime time show ‘Have I Got News For

Migrant Baby Boom Costs 80,000 Children School Places

Parents are being told they can’t send their children to the same schools as their siblings because of a migrant baby boom caused by uncontrolled EU migration. Estimates suggest that around 80,000 children were not given places at their parents’

Earthquake Near Nepalese Capital Of Kathmandu

An earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale has hit central Nepal with hundreds feared dead and many more stranded under collapsed buildings. The tremors were felt in neighbouring countries including Pakistan and India with a Nepalese minister saying there

UKIP ‘Will Be Second’ in Many Northern Seats

Some of the Labour Party’s safest Northern heartlands seats are braced for increasingly tight races against Ukip; some of which are too close to call. With thirteen days until the UK heads to the polls, the Labour MP responsible for

Labour Claims Cameron To Blame For Immigrant Deaths

Downing Street has slammed Ed Miliband’s accusation that David Cameron is directly responsible for the deaths of migrants in the Mediterranean following the bombing of Libya and the toppling of Colonel Gaddafi. The Guardian reports that Miliband was due to


Farage Takes Nine Point Lead In Thanet South

Latest polling data has shown that UKIP leader Nigel Farage is nine points ahead in the constituency of Thanet South with less than two weeks to go until polling day. The numbers put Farage on 39 per cent, nine points

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Anger As Iraq War Report May Be Delayed Until 2016

The release of the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war has been delayed until next year due to arguments about controversial content and the behaviour of leading individuals. The report was initially delayed due to a three year dispute between

Watch: The Soldier They Said Would Never Walk Again

His family were told he would never walk or talk again. Now L/Bdr Ben Parkinson MBE has once again defied his doctor’s diagnosis by walking up and down stairs at a training camp for bilateral above knee prosthetic users, in Oklahoma,

BBC Admit ‘Hand-Picked Audience’ Was Left Leaning

The BBC has confirmed that the hand-picked audience for the opposition leaders’ debate was left leaning, despite claiming otherwise live on air. Out of all the audience members who had declared a party allegiance, only three marked themselves down as