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Ending the warfare state: time to slash defence spending

Ending the warfare state: time to slash defence spending

Guy Bentley February 5, 2013 2

  Over the past several weeks the country has had to endure the terrible return of the kind of rhetoric we became used to under the Blair administration. Regarding the recent troubles in Mali

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We Need Proper Defence Cuts

We Need Proper Defence Cuts

Lee Jenkins November 17, 2012 4

  Britain needs to be a player in the world, and the world is a better place when Britain takes an active role. We have an armed forces other states can only dream of,

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Overseas Aid? No. Overseas Trade

Overseas Aid? No. Overseas Trade

Michael St George November 6, 2012 7

One of the more trenchant criticisms levelled at David Cameron’s so-called “austerity” (if only….) policies is that, despite cuts visited on functions like defence and law-and-order, the three areas of public spending which appear

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Dare They Ditch Their Deficit Denier?

Dare They Ditch Their Deficit Denier?

Michael St George October 29, 2012 2

To all but the most committed Brownite tribalists in Labour’s ranks, Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls must rapidly be becoming an embarrassment. Still adamant for the most part that there was little fundamentally wrong with

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Ed & Ed Oppose The Cuts…Sort Of

Ed & Ed Oppose The Cuts…Sort Of

Lee Jenkins October 24, 2012 2

London was the destination last weekend for mass anti-austerity demonstration organized by the TUC. As always, numbers vary depending who you speak too, but it was undeniably a respectable turnout. Notable among the attendees

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Labour are wrong about the Tories, but both are wrong about the Economy

Labour are wrong about the Tories, but both are wrong about the Economy

Olly Neville October 2, 2012 2

Too far too fast has become a tide phrase of a party on the wrong side of the argument. Amusingly Labour seem to know they have lost the argument as well as any vestiges

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