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The Bogeyman Fallacy of Evil ‘Unregulated’ Banks: How Free Banking Could Bring Transparency, Stability, and Choice

The Bogeyman Fallacy of Evil ‘Unregulated’ Banks: How Free Banking Could Bring Transparency, Stability, and Choice

Nathan Friend February 20, 2017 0

There is a phantom menace that Marxists hold dear. Indeed, in the times of milk and honey following the overthrow the bloated bourgeoisie and the ascension of Comrade Corbyn, ‘unregulated’ banks will take their

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Vince vs the Talibank

Backbencher July 26, 2013 1

Vince Cable is famous for his regular outbursts and refusal to keep things too Coalicious. However his latest one is rumoured to have brought even George Osborne onto his side of the battle line.

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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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Wrong Diagnosis & Prescription: Osborne is wrong on banking separation

Wrong Diagnosis & Prescription: Osborne is wrong on banking separation

Michael St George February 5, 2013 0

Osborne’s Banking Reforms Would Not Prevent Another Crash It must be politically very appealing for the Chancellor and his colleagues to try and perpetuate for public consumption the narrative that a, if not the,

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The Weekly Report – 21/12/12

The Weekly Report – 21/12/12

Backbencher December 21, 2012 0

Andrew Thorpe-Apps reviews the week’s top stories. A police officer was arrested on suspicion of falsely purporting to be a member of the public who had witnessed Andrew Mitchell call police officers ‘plebs’. A

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