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Opinion: Free markets can solve Britain’s housing crisis

Opinion: Free markets can solve Britain’s housing crisis

Sam Ancliff November 26, 2017 0

Free markets mean free people; many times we have heard conservatives say those five words? But regulation always seems to creep into our “free” markets, often for many sensible reasons; protecting the environment, promoting

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Corbyn’s Republicanism May Show A Hint Of Liberal In Him

Corbyn’s Republicanism May Show A Hint Of Liberal In Him

James Tracey September 22, 2015 0

With Jeremy Corbyn’s victory in the Labour Party’s Leadership contest, there has been a lot of talk of his policies, with many pointing out that he is a firm republican. There are many things

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Ominous: SNP adopts new gagging laws on party dissent

Ominous: SNP adopts new gagging laws on party dissent

Alex MacDonald March 30, 2015 3

The case for the free-thinker in the SNP is waning thin. At the party’s conference, a new motion was brought in which will prevent members from airing their views should they disagree with the

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A Conservative’s critique of Libertarianism:

Backbencher January 31, 2014 2

Chris Rogers Follow Chris on Twitter  Libertarians are vehement and extreme rationalists, almost to a man and a woman they’re atheists, they pride themselves in applying rational thought to every aspect of life and

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Youthful Liberalism: A Generational Shift

Youthful Liberalism: A Generational Shift

Backbencher June 12, 2013 0

By Greg Dooley The so called ‘youth vote’ has never weighed particularly high on the agendas of politicians seeking election. Unlike the reliability of the religious, elderly, working class or any other predictable demographic,

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Learning Liberty: Libertarianism and its Principles

Learning Liberty: Libertarianism and its Principles

Backbencher April 10, 2013 3

  Gavin Webb, Gavin Webb is Founder of the Independent Libertarians Network, a UK libertarian political party structured not as a traditional party, but as a network for individuals to better reflect the libertarian ideas

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Nick Clegg’s Shambolic illiberal Immigration Policy

Nick Clegg’s Shambolic illiberal Immigration Policy

Backbencher March 25, 2013 1

  Nick Clegg’s political ambiguity continued furthered on Friday as he called for a bail system to guarantee the departure of certain visitors to the UK from in his words “countries that pose a

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China’s Century

China’s Century

Backbencher November 24, 2012 2

James Sharpe, Given the seemingly unstoppable rise of China, the succession of Xi Jinping to the position of General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party last week has been greeted with immense media interest.

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