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Let’s demand a better British agricultural system post-Brexit

Let’s demand a better British agricultural system post-Brexit

Niamh Kingsley November 16, 2016 0

With Brexit looming, the time to discuss the future of British agriculture is now. “Britain’s farmers will need help” says the Financial Times; “Farmers who vote leave now in deep regret” claims the Independent.

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Truly Free Markets Must Permit Discrimination

Truly Free Markets Must Permit Discrimination

Lee Jenkins March 13, 2014 4

Freedom to enter into contracts includes the freedom to refuse, on any grounds. Libertarians and Classical Liberals will quickly and enthusiastically tell you of the benefits of free markets and liberty; lower taxes, more

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Cryptocurrency and the sovereignty of the individual

Cryptocurrency and the sovereignty of the individual

Backbencher December 5, 2013 2

Freedom of exchange is pivotal to the freedom of the individual Institutions are slow to adapt. Last week Commons Speaker John Bercow launched a special commission on digital democracy, a mere decade after near

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Local Banks, Widespread Prosperity

Local Banks, Widespread Prosperity

Backbencher November 15, 2013 0

Robert Tyler argues that newly-resurgent local banking offers a route to renewed prosperity without the hand of the State  I found this on Youtube: A rather nice little advert, that came up before one

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The Right are winning across Europe

The Right are winning across Europe

Backbencher October 25, 2013 2

Robert Tyler highlights yet another electoral gain for right-leaning politics in a European country’s election Last Sunday there was yet another election. This one wasn’t even on the calendar at the start of the

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Should we Privatise the NHS?

Backbencher October 21, 2013 4

The Great British privatisation train rolls on. Thatcher’s economic revolution continues to dominate the headlines as Royal Mail emerges as the latest example of popular capitalism. Royal Mail is, by all accounts, the most

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Time To Take The State Out Of State Education

Michael St George October 18, 2013 10

Michael St George argues for the removal of the State’s near-monopoly on education supply You may remember educational campaigner Katharine Birbalsingh. She was the teacher who received a standing ovation from the 2010 Conservative

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Are Pay-day Lenders Guilty? Or Victims Of Their Own Success?

Are Pay-day Lenders Guilty? Or Victims Of Their Own Success?

Backbencher October 18, 2013 0

Reece Warren insists that the demonisation of pay-day loan companies hides some uncomfortable truths In the wake of Ed Miliband’s announcement that he would, as Prime Minister, aim to levy higher taxes on pay-day

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Education Reform – Why Stop At Starting Age?

Backbencher September 17, 2013 0

Robert Tyler argues that the school starting age should be only the first of a comprehensive raft of reforms to modernise and improve UK education It’s September, which means a new school year, and

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Time To Re-assess Our Place In The World

Backbencher August 31, 2013 1

Robert Tyler argues for a major re-assessment of Britain’s foreign policy in the wake of the debacle over Syria In light of the Government’s defeat in Parliament over Syria, George Osborne has said that

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