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The Brexit Fallout: The Deepening Age Divide

The Brexit Fallout: The Deepening Age Divide

Richard Marshall August 2, 2017 1

Forget class war; age war is fast becoming the new reality of modern life. The grey-haired mob, who have voted continually for austerity in their own self-interest and for whom spitting on the grave

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The Greenbelt: An Archaic Idea Ripe for Recalibration

The Greenbelt: An Archaic Idea Ripe for Recalibration

Conor Bunting April 8, 2017 0

It was a sweltering late summer’s day in parliament almost a year ago when a thinly attended debate began in the Commons. The debate was regarding the projected population growth of the United Kingdom.

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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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Europe’s Trump wall hypocrisy

Europe’s Trump wall hypocrisy

Lee Jenkins March 12, 2017 0

It’s hard to keep up with Donald Trump’s policy agenda, and to be honest who would want to. There is however one constant in the seeming kaleidoscope of muses, thoughts, policies and general rants

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It is Not About Immigration or No Immigration; It is About Choice or No Choice

It is Not About Immigration or No Immigration; It is About Choice or No Choice

Matthew Cowley June 21, 2016 0

Anyone who has been a regular reader of my writing during this campaign will notice that I have never given a firm stance on immigration. It is clear that immigration is an important issue

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The Unstumpable Trump Should Also be the Unbannable Trump

The Unstumpable Trump Should Also be the Unbannable Trump

James Tracey December 15, 2015 1

There has been a new petition out to block Donald Trump from entering the UK. Now, as a Classical Liberal, I hate his comments as much as anyone. I am pro-immigration and am frustrated

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Theresa May’s Immigration Laws Will Hurt British Universities

Theresa May’s Immigration Laws Will Hurt British Universities

James Tracey October 27, 2015 0

Recently I attended a talk as part of the ‘Warwick Festival of the Imagination’ on the threats to and future of Higher Education. One of the main issues that was discussed was the threat

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How A Trip On The Eurostar Changed My Mind About Migrants

How A Trip On The Eurostar Changed My Mind About Migrants

Robert Tyler September 11, 2015 0

Through National Papers, PMQs and even the State of the European Union, the so called ‘migrant crisis’ has been talked about to death, yet very little has been done so far. Now I could

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Nem, köszönöm – Hungary Uses Unemployed For State Project

Nem, köszönöm – Hungary Uses Unemployed For State Project

Joey Simnett August 28, 2015 0

Where there’s a will there’s a wall. It’s recently been reported that Hungary has been building a 175km fence across its southern border to keep out asylum seekers, notably from Syria and Afghanistan. The

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Immigration Needn’t be a Side-Splitting Issue for the Smug Left

Immigration Needn’t be a Side-Splitting Issue for the Smug Left

Joey Simnett August 6, 2015 4

The Labour party is currently going through a substantive re-evaluation of what it stands for, with clashes between Jeremy Corbyn supporters and Blairites increasingly prevalent. However in order to fix Labour’s reputation in areas

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