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Is the failure to control immigration threatening liberal-democracy?

Is the failure to control immigration threatening liberal-democracy?

James Bickerton March 18, 2017 0

For those of us who believe that human society is best when structured around liberal-democratic-capitalist, or Western, values and institutions, the last few years have been tough. We’ve seen our belief system loosing strength

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Brexit Means it’s Time to Reinvest in the Judiciary and our Courts

Brexit Means it’s Time to Reinvest in the Judiciary and our Courts

Keith Sinclair March 5, 2017 0

If you were to ask, ‘what was the defining characteristic of David Cameron and George Osborne’s tenure in Downing Street?’ the response would likely be ‘deficit reduction.’ Emerging from the financial-crisis, ready to capitalise

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Let’s Talk About Europe

Let’s Talk About Europe

Matthew Cowley June 9, 2016 0

Throughout the entirety of this referendum the Britain Stronger In Europe campaign have attempted to play on your identities and emotions by conflating the idea of Europe and the European Union. They would have

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Rejoice – The Left Are In Turmoil Across Europe

Rejoice – The Left Are In Turmoil Across Europe

Lee Jenkins July 22, 2015 0

Labour’s current turmoil is a symptom of a disease that’s ravaging social democratic parties across the continent The May General Election was a trauma to Britain’s Labour Party from it  will not quickly recover.

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Earthquake Politics: UKIP dominate in EU elections

Earthquake Politics: UKIP dominate in EU elections

Milton May 26, 2014 0

UKIP have produced a storming result at the EU elections. The EU sceptics won a staggering 31.3% of the vote, which saw  UKIP candidates grabbing 24 seats in Brussels. The result is extremely significant,

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Into the Abyss: The Rise of Europe’s Extreme Fringe

Into the Abyss: The Rise of Europe’s Extreme Fringe

Calum Heaton May 12, 2014 1

As Europe heads to the ballot box this month, a new and dangerous political force is on the verge of entering mainstream politics. Has this gone entirely unnoticed?  As the European Parliament (EP) elections

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Vladmir Putin Is Russia’s Ronald Reagan

Vladmir Putin Is Russia’s Ronald Reagan

Lee Jenkins May 1, 2014 0

Far from being a caricature Bond villain, Putin is seen as a national saviour, a la Reagan. The the late 1970s the United States was deep in what Carter called a malaise. The economy

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Russia, Ukraine & Crimea – A Very Complex History

Russia, Ukraine & Crimea – A Very Complex History

Backbencher March 21, 2014 1

Ellie McHugh recounts the multi-faceted, multi-layered history of ethnic and religious strife that makes the Ukrainian crisis far more complex than generally appreciated “Dreamers of sleepers and white treason, we dream of rain and

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We Have No Idea How To Deal With Putin’s Russia

We Have No Idea How To Deal With Putin’s Russia

Lee Jenkins March 20, 2014 6

Western leaders are mentally and institutionally ill equipped to deal with Putin’s Russia Yesterday President Putin signed the document that saw Crimea become a fully fledged part of the Russian Federation. The signing was

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Putin’s Spluttering Petro-Empire

Putin’s Spluttering Petro-Empire

Lee Jenkins February 27, 2014 2

The breakneck pace of events in Ukraine are part of a much larger geopolitical story of Russia and its post Soviet place in the world. When Vladimir Putin came to power (the first time)

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