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The City will lose Euro clearing to technology – not Brexit

The City will lose Euro clearing to technology – not Brexit

Rick Morgan June 28, 2017 0

Despite all the respectful pondering about BREXIT timetables, citizens’ rights and trade deals, there is a full blown war already underway between the City of London and the EU. This particular war began before

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Shunning Sharia Law: A Commercially Infeasible Campaign

Shunning Sharia Law: A Commercially Infeasible Campaign

Backbencher June 5, 2014 0

The commercial opportunities of Sharia are only begining to be realised, and Britain in at the fore In April 2014, many Western celebrities, among them, former NBC Tonight Show Host Jay Leno and Virgin

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Why inequality matters, and how the Right can address it

Why inequality matters, and how the Right can address it

Daniel Pryor April 9, 2014 0

(Photo by Ilias Bartolini) Daniel Pryor argues that free market policies are often best-placed to combat inequality. Those of us who extol the virtues of smaller government and the free market often seem to

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Local Banks, Widespread Prosperity

Local Banks, Widespread Prosperity

Backbencher November 15, 2013 0

Robert Tyler argues that newly-resurgent local banking offers a route to renewed prosperity without the hand of the State  I found this on Youtube: A rather nice little advert, that came up before one

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Is there potential for independent local currencies?

Is there potential for independent local currencies?

Backbencher November 12, 2013 0

Elijah Pryor examines the emergence of independent currencies in Transition Towns. Independent currencies are starting to sprout up all over the UK to try and prevent the loss of local culture, local business and

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Being against the political elite & Whitehall is nothing new!

Being against the political elite & Whitehall is nothing new!

Backbencher June 18, 2013 0

Andrew Withers (Leader of the Libertarian Party UK) calls for a return to the spirit of past centuries and the re-emergence of a ‘Country Party’.   We have been here before bemoaning the cynicism

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There’s No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

There’s No Such Thing As A Free Lunch

Backbencher May 17, 2013 0

Could a Government Guarantee become a contradiction in terms? The words “Government Guarantee” appear to be part of a politician’s stock armoury and a comfort blanket for much of the electorate. However, let’s not

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Fixing The System, Or Just The BBC Fixing The Narrative?

Fixing The System, Or Just The BBC Fixing The Narrative?

Michael St George May 11, 2013 0

The BBC veil slips again as ‘the bankers’ are lazily blamed for everything yet again There’s an inevitable expectation, when awaiting a BBC documentary on Britain’s banking industry, that something of a one-sided and

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Inflationism: Economically Damaging

Inflationism: Economically Damaging

Backbencher April 17, 2013 0

  Allrik Birch. Inflationism isn’t something new, as I’ve mentioned in my set of 1873 posts, the “free silver” movement was based upon the concept. There will always be those who want to increase

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