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William Hallowell

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William is a political commentator and journalism student. His writing focuses on politics, society and culture in Britain.

The tragic case of Dennis Hutchings – William Hallowell

21 October 2021 | OPINION The ex-Life Guard and Northern Ireland veteran Dennis Hutchings, who was subject to vexatious murder claims throughout his career, has...

What a sad state British politics is in – William Hallowell

16 October 2021 | OPINION Two MPs across the two sides of the political spectrum have been assassinated in five years – this is another...

Identity politics is a distraction from what’s truly important – William...

14 October 2021 | OPINION The politics of individual identity has reached the forefront of British politics thanks to the ‘progressive’ movement – but this...

Angela Rayner is exactly why Labour should be kept out of...

27 September 2021 | OPINION Angela Rayner is unfit for Opposition, let alone for office – and Sir Keir keeping this enemy closer will harm...

Labour Conference: Starmer’s last chance – William Hallowell

25 September 2021 | OPINION If Starmer wants his Macbeth moment, he must use his final opportunity to call for unity at this year’s party...

The treatment of Rosie Duffield shows the viciousness of the woke...

22 September 2021 | OPINION As the Labour Party’s annual conference approaches, it was announced that Rosie Duffield would not attend due to red-on-red online...

The exclusivity in inclusivity – William Hallowell

21 September 2021 | OPINION Inclusivity is a term we have become all too familiar with, in association with the Left’s cause to impose its...

The selfishness of eco-extremism – William Hallowell

20 September 2021 | OPINION A cause will never be favourable to the public if it means a nuisance to the average, everyday lives of...

Corbyn’s cult of personality is why Labour will struggle to win...

17 September 2021 | OPINION Keir Starmer is struggling at the moment; despite his relentless – though half-hearted – efforts to bring party unity and...

Should GP surgeries be returning completely to face-to-face consultations? – William...

15 September 2021 | OPINION As we cautiously begin to exit the pandemic, Sajid Javid is pushing GPs to return to face-to-face consultations – but...
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