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Nick Boles

Nicholas Edward Coleridge Boles (born 2 November 1965) is a homosexual member of UK parliament for the "Conservative" party. He founded the ultra-globalist "Policy Exchange" think tank described by the Daily Telegraph as "the largest, but also the most influential think tank on the right."


Details

United Kingdom

Politics, Non-Profit

High influence

Nick Boles on Wikipedia


References

Conservative Party Website Profile https://www.conservatives.com…

Twitter Profile https://twitter.com/NickBoles

Official Website https://nickboles.co.uk


Achievements

  • Boles attacks pro-white advocates who point out the hypocrisy of Jewish supremacist hate groups like the ADL and SPLC.



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  • Some Conservative candidates should stand at the next election under the banner of National Liberals in an attempt to win three-way marginals or seats held by Liberal Democrats, the planning minister, Nick Boles, has proposed. By reviving the National Liberal party, he said, "we could use it to recruit new supporters who might initially balk at the idea of calling themselves Conservative".



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  • He has advocated for taking away a range of things enjoyed by British pensioners such as free bus travel and TV licensing as well as the winter fuel allowance.



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  • He was heavily criticized in August 2012 after it emerged that he had stolen £670.80 from British taxpayers to pay for Hebrew lessons to speak to his Israeli husband. Quote from the article: "Nick Boles, an influential backbench MP who has called for winter fuel payments, free prescriptions and bus passes to be taken away from wealthy pensioners, claimed lessons worth £678.80 from Commons authorities."



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Affiliations

David Cameron (Politics)


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