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Can Libertarianism Ever Be A Viable Force In British Politics?

Can Libertarianism Ever Be A Viable Force In British Politics?

Backbencher April 24, 2014 2

The upcoming European elections, like every election, will present a dilemma for British libertarians. Ignoring the option of not voting at all, which party deserves the libertarian vote? Providing they supply some candidates, they

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Liberty at the Seaside – Calling all students who love freedom

Liberty at the Seaside – Calling all students who love freedom

Jennifer Salisbury-Jones February 10, 2014 0

The Freedom Association, along with a long list of other groups*, are organising what looks to be a truly fantastic weekend for lovers of liberty and freedom – The Freedom Festival. They have an

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Sam Bowman: “public opinion is on the libertarian side of almost any question you can think of”

Sam Bowman: “public opinion is on the libertarian side of almost any question you can think of”

Lee Jenkins May 14, 2013 5

Sam Bowman is Research Director of the Adam Smith Institute, a free market libertarian think tank in Westminster. He is responsible for commissioning and editing the Institute’s research and online publications, as well as

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Margaret Thatcher dies aged 87: The Backbencher Pays Tribute to her life

Margaret Thatcher dies aged 87: The Backbencher Pays Tribute to her life

Daniel Pryor April 8, 2013 2

  This morning saw the passing of Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1979-1990. Writing a comprehensive, fitting tribute for Margaret Thatcher is so very difficult, due to her huge influence, and

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UKIP: still the only home for Libertarians

UKIP: still the only home for Libertarians

Olly Neville October 22, 2012 14

As I wrote earlier, UKIP is the only home for Libertarians. Simon Riglesford has a blog post out today about UKIP, specifically some concerns he has with them The first assertion Simon makes is

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