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The War On Wasteful Government Spending

The War On Wasteful Government Spending

Alex MacDonald June 20, 2014 1

This website has always been very concerned with the UK’s lethargic attitude to its debt problems. Many voters feel that our public and external debt are not important issues, and that governments can print money

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A rise in the Minimum Wage is an easy sale, but it won’t fix the “cost of living crisis”.

A rise in the Minimum Wage is an easy sale, but it won’t fix the “cost of living crisis”.

Alex MacDonald May 23, 2014 3

  Calls from Ed Miliband to raise the minimum wage have united all of the major parties on a traditionally contentious topic. The exact increase remains to be seen, but whatever the amount, we

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HS2 “highly unlikely to transform the North” – new report

HS2 “highly unlikely to transform the North” – new report

Alex MacDonald April 28, 2014 0

  A new report from the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) casts doubt on the government’s proposed High Speed 2 (HS2) plan, as it risks “misleading the public” with claims of prospective growth and

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Infographic: 50 Insane Facts About Bitcoin

Infographic: 50 Insane Facts About Bitcoin

Alex MacDonald March 7, 2014 0

The very nice people over at NeoMam Studios sent us this infographic today, and it is brilliant. Enjoy! 50 Insane Facts About Bitcoins [Infographic] by the team at Who is Hosting This Reddit this article

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At every turn, smokers get a kicking by government

At every turn, smokers get a kicking by government

Alex MacDonald February 1, 2014 12

  The recent smoking related news may have shocked you, or not: Labour are thinking about banning smoking in cars. Hold The Front Page! The smoking community are wheezing hard into their inhalers about

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Here is why Labour Won’t Discuss Welfare

Here is why Labour Won’t Discuss Welfare

Alex MacDonald January 14, 2014 28

Alex MacDonald & Daniel Pryor Below are the top 200 constituencies which claim ‘Unemployment Related Benefits’, which since 1996 has meant Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA). JSA is at least £56.80 per week but it can be

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Google Maps depicts true ‘Benefits Street’ Scenario

Google Maps depicts true ‘Benefits Street’ Scenario

Alex MacDonald January 10, 2014 7

Many people have criticised Channel 4’s ‘Benefits Street’ programme, which films the lives of several people who live on James Turner Street, Birmingham, on the grounds that it is a duped production, antagonistic, and

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Skype hacked by ‘Syrian Electronic Army’.

Skype hacked by ‘Syrian Electronic Army’.

Alex MacDonald January 2, 2014 0

Social Media service Skype has been hacked by a group which calls itself the ‘Syrian Electronic Army’ (SEA). Skype (Technologies), an organisation owned by Microsoft, was the victim of an online hack by a

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2015 remains bleak and convoluted for UKIP, but it may not be their fault

2015 remains bleak and convoluted for UKIP, but it may not be their fault

Alex MacDonald December 11, 2013 1

  In the 1974 UK general election, the Liberal Party were – as their reformed selves still remain today – the third party in the British political system. Unfortunately for Jeremy Thorpe’s Liberals, they

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The young faces of American Libertarianism

The young faces of American Libertarianism

Alex MacDonald September 26, 2013 9

  Alex MacDonald catches up with two of the younger faces in the American libertarian movement, Julie Borowski and John Yowan, to discuss the libertarian future, the issues, and Rand Paul Since the exceptional

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