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Tax Cuts – The Only Plan for Growth

Tax Cuts – The Only Plan for Growth

Olly Neville May 16, 2013 0

The biggest impediment to growth is within the Chancellor’s gift to remove France’s current triple dip recession not only provides the final nail in the coffin for the anti-austerity argument, but it also shows

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The Death Rattle of the Anti-Austerity Argument

The Death Rattle of the Anti-Austerity Argument

Olly Neville May 15, 2013 3

It has been apparent for a long time that the left in Britain have been advocating an economically as well as morally bankrupt ‘alternative’ to the Government’s deficit reduction programme. However news from France

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World News Round Up: 21/02/13

World News Round Up: 21/02/13

Lee Jenkins February 21, 2013 0

  Mass protests at rising energy prices and falling living standards have forced the government of Bulgaria to resign. Prime Minister Borisov was elected in 2009 on a ticket of reducing corruption and safeguarding

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Foreign Affairs News Round Up 31/01/13

Foreign Affairs News Round Up 31/01/13

Lee Jenkins January 31, 2013 0

France has taken the bold, if controversial step of deporting several “radical foreign preachers”. Minister of the Interior Maneul Valls said the move was part of France’s fight against “global jihadism”. Security Services in

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Osborne isn’t working but neither are the French

Osborne isn’t working but neither are the French

Christopher Gage January 30, 2013 0

If there was ever such an effective mithridate to our own woes as British folk, poking fun at the French would be our choice antidote. Our gripes and groans are what make us British:

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London gaining from Hollande’s ‘folie fiscale’

Andrew Thorpe-Apps January 12, 2013 3

French President Francois Hollande and his socialist administration want to raise taxes on citizens earning over €1 million annually to 75%. Many in France are calling the President’s plans ‘folie fiscale’ (tax madness). Unemployment

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Foreign Affairs News Round Up – 11/1/13

Foreign Affairs News Round Up – 11/1/13

Lee Jenkins January 10, 2013 0

Strong winds and unusually warm weather are hampering efforts to tackle savage bush fires in Australia. The island of Tasmania has been especially badly effected, with hundreds of homes and businesses destroyed. Firefighters from

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Sugary Cereal? Not on Labour’s Watch

Sugary Cereal? Not on Labour’s Watch

James Snell January 7, 2013 3

With the degree of patronising assurance only managed by Labour ministers and minor novelists, Andy Burnham has decided to lead a righteous crusade against the forces of Mr. Kellogg’s and Nestle who have been

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Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 47

Foreign Affairs News Round Up Week 47

Lee Jenkins November 22, 2012 2

After a week of rockets and missiles crisscrossing in the skies over the Gaza-Israeli border, a cease fire has been agreed between Tel-Aviv and the Hamas administration in Gaza. This was despite a bomb

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Should the fate of Syria rest on the West?

Should the fate of Syria rest on the West?

Backbencher November 20, 2012 1

Oliver Demaine discusses; The Arab-Spring, one of the most revolutionary times the middle-east has seen for centuries. Leaders fought off their position of ‘solid’ power by the people of the States they have ruled

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