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Arsene Wenger and George Osborne share a common feature: they are both massively overrated.

Arsene Wenger and George Osborne share a common feature: they are both massively overrated.

Alex MacDonald March 28, 2016 0

Premier League titles for Arsenal fans to boast about have been non-existent recently. No major wins in Europe, and for such an expensive ticket price, world class signings and a well-regarded manager, you might

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In Praise of David Cameron (& Co): A Libertarian Fatwa

In Praise of David Cameron (& Co): A Libertarian Fatwa

Keir Martland November 2, 2015 3

Not long ago, I wrote something nasty about Margaret Thatcher for the Libertarian Alliance. Yet even I will concede that in order to be so cruel about the old cow one must inevitably come

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The War On Wasteful Government Spending

The War On Wasteful Government Spending

Alex MacDonald June 20, 2014 1

This website has always been very concerned with the UK’s lethargic attitude to its debt problems. Many voters feel that our public and external debt are not important issues, and that governments can print money

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A Return to Barber’s Boom?

A Return to Barber’s Boom?

Backbencher November 9, 2013 2

Recent GDP and industrial figures have reinforced the view that growth is picking up pace rapidly. But is it a stable, sustainable recovery or a rapid dash for growth that will leave us on

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How to cure the NHS?

How to cure the NHS?

Backbencher July 22, 2013 0

By Matthew Stinchcombe Whilst in principle socialised medicine in the UK has been one of the most admirable and enviable pillars of our society, the escalating costs and examples of appalling care within the

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Ben Bernanke’s Legacy: A Libertarian’s Perspective

Ben Bernanke’s Legacy: A Libertarian’s Perspective

Backbencher June 20, 2013 0

How should history judge the head of the Federal Reserve? This week President Barack Obama gave a clear indication that he intended to follow a new path within the Federal Reserve. On the American

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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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