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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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The EU Referendum is About the Future You Want to See

The EU Referendum is About the Future You Want to See

Matthew Cowley June 16, 2016 0

On Thursday the 23rd we have to make a decision which will affect all of our futures. The type of future we have as a nation will be determined by the decision we make.

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I Support the Anglosphere and You Should Too.

I Support the Anglosphere and You Should Too.

Robert Tyler April 2, 2015 3

The Case for Free Movement in the Anglosphere is growing stronger. A few weeks ago, a petition appeared on Change.org calling for the British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand parliaments to debate the posibility

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TTIP Headed for Political Cliffhanger

TTIP Headed for Political Cliffhanger

Backbencher April 10, 2014 0

 The world’s greatest free trade zone is far from a done deal On 2 April 2014, Former Italian Prime Minister and Visiting Sciences Po Professor Enrico Letta delivered the keynote speech at the university’s

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EU Hinders Free Trade

EU Hinders Free Trade

Sam Woolfe April 2, 2014 1

Originally published on GetBritainOut.org. A common perception holds sway over the public: being an EU member yields great clout for Britain. However, it is a false myth peddled by the pro-EU camp to paint

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The Inner Turmoil Of Libertarian Eurosceptics

Lee Jenkins January 17, 2014 9

Spare a thought for Libertarian and their love-hate relationship with the EU Think of a eurosceptic and a few images come to mind, but chief among them would be that of a flag waving

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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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Free F***ing Speech – A Libertarian Experience at the Beeb

Free F***ing Speech – A Libertarian Experience at the Beeb

Backbencher August 16, 2013 1

Alan Grant narrates his impressions of BBC3’s “Free Speech” – and reaches an encouraging conclusion Last week, to compensate for my absence from these digital pages, I was fortunate enough to attend the live

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The Free Market And The Evolution Of Technology

The Free Market And The Evolution Of Technology

Backbencher August 2, 2013 0

Human progress depends on encouraging trade and free-enterprise capitalism, not fettering it During the days when human civilisation was still in its early infancy, in the fertile plains between the Euphrates and Tigris, there

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Does Globalisation Undermine The Welfare State?

Does Globalisation Undermine The Welfare State?

Backbencher May 17, 2013 1

Sami Steinbock analyses at length and discusses the tension between international economic interdependence and national-level welfare systems Part 3 of 3 The welfare state can, in theory, be undermined economically by globalisation. Firms who

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