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Et Tu, Monbiot

Daniel Pryor March 2, 2013 0

  Many of my favourite articles are printed on the pages of The Guardian. Being an anarcho-capitalist has the rather splendid consequence of finding oneself concurring with writers from a broad range of political

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Divine Intervention

Divine Intervention

Daniel Pryor February 26, 2013 0

  22nd February: Cardinal Keith O’Brien, the most senior Roman Catholic in Britain, tells BBC Scotland that he would be ‘very happy’ if priests had the ‘opportunity of considering whether or not they could

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Controversial ‘Mansion Tax’ Courts Criticism

Daniel Pryor February 19, 2013 0

The Controversial ‘Mansion Tax’ courts increasing criticism ahead of LibDem Conference Following Labour’s backing of Lib Dem proposals for a £2m mansion tax last Thursday, The Mail on Sunday has discovered consultation papers within

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Challenging the Teaching Unions’ Monopoly

Daniel Pryor February 5, 2013 2

Daniel Pryor suggests the teaching union’s monopoly is now under threat. IN RECENT months, a new private organisation offering legal assistance to teachers in the same manner as teaching unions has attracted over 1,000

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388-1: 16k fines for gay propaganda

Daniel Pryor January 29, 2013 0

‘The best way of treating homosexuality is through ‘sacraments, prayer, fasting, repentance and the reading of the Holy Scripture’. ‘Any man can change – he can stop being a drunkard, or liar, or homosexual,

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A Call to Arms

Daniel Pryor January 22, 2013 4

Daniel Pryor appeals for the politically committed to get involved. ‘In essence, what I say is this: campaign for your ideology, fight for it, put in the research, convince people, but with no libertarian

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How to Lose Votes and Alienate People

Daniel Pryor January 15, 2013 2

Daniel Pryor laments MPs failure to engage a predominantly disinterested younger generation. IN THE dying days of 2012, I found myself relaxing over a pint in a small Devon pub. Surrounded by a group who

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UKIP Youth Wing Chairman Removed

UKIP Youth Wing Chairman Removed

Daniel Pryor January 9, 2013 4

  Last night saw impassioned debate within social media outlets regarding the removal of UKIP’s Olly Neville from his post as Interim Chairman of Young Independence, the party’s youth wing. Traditionally cast in a

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Radical Realism: The Case for a Single Income Tax

Radical Realism: The Case for a Single Income Tax

Daniel Pryor December 18, 2012 2

  A brief Twitter exchange with Independent columnist Owen Jones reaffirmed to me that groundless vitriol surrounds the concept of a ‘flat tax’ (or, more accurately, a proportionate tax). In a recent article discussing

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Reality Check

Reality Check

Daniel Pryor December 4, 2012 3

  Ask any admirer of Cuba to justify the existence of such a ‘brutal regime’ [1] and before long you will inevitably be referred to the socialist republic’s apparently glowing healthcare record. There are

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