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“The Brexit te Deum” (A Parody on the Te Deum laudamus)

“The Brexit te Deum” (A Parody on the Te Deum laudamus)

Richard Marshall July 7, 2018 0

With the meeting at Chequers apparently over, with some sort of agreement reached, we can only wait and see the response from the Backbenchers and EU. The noise from business appears positive at least,

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Uber shows why capitalism is so great

Uber shows why capitalism is so great

Jamie McGowan September 26, 2017 0

G. K. Chesterton famously said that “The problem is not capitalism. The problem is that there are not enough capitalists”. This statement relies on a simple premise: that capitalism is primarily about ownership. In

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The City will lose Euro clearing to technology – not Brexit

The City will lose Euro clearing to technology – not Brexit

Rick Morgan June 28, 2017 0

Despite all the respectful pondering about BREXIT timetables, citizens’ rights and trade deals, there is a full blown war already underway between the City of London and the EU. This particular war began before

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Jeremy Corbyn Weaponises Tragedy – Still a Nice Bloke?

Jeremy Corbyn Weaponises Tragedy – Still a Nice Bloke?

Nathan Friend June 16, 2017 0

Jeremy Corbyn is a nice bloke. He cares about people, y’know? Sure, he’s associated with the IRA, Hamas, Black September and Hezbollah; but that was definitely more about peace than being an anti-Semite or an

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George Osborne – A Jack Of All Trades

George Osborne – A Jack Of All Trades

Kyle Scott Pirie March 23, 2017 0

George Osborne’s latest antics have led him back into the political spotlight for all the wrong reasons. The former chancellor has decided to “cash in” after leaving the government frontbenches and has been taking

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Should You be Scared to Breathe?

Should You be Scared to Breathe?

Harry Watson March 17, 2017 1

Last week the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, announced that areas in the city have reached level 10 on the air pollution chart. This is the highest level possible and is the first time

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Shocking Left Wing Bias at the LSE

Shocking Left Wing Bias at the LSE

Thomas Walker October 10, 2016 1

Last Wednesday the London School of Economics and Political Science hosted a three-way debate on the subject of democracy, put on by the Forum for European Philosophy. Entitled “The Worst Form of Government?”, an allusion

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Sadiq Khan Invests in his Future

Sadiq Khan Invests in his Future

Alexander Fiúza August 21, 2016 0

Taking a break from dropping campaign promises and banning unfashionable adverts, London Mayor Sadiq Khan has endorsed Labour leadership contender Owen Smith. Capable of repeating the electoral performance of Ed Milliband against an unexceptional

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Sadiq’s Failed Promise is Hardly Surpising

Sadiq’s Failed Promise is Hardly Surpising

Thomas Walker June 13, 2016 1

The sentence “I will freeze all TfL fares for four years” is pretty unambiguous. Unfortunately, we live in a world where politicians breaking promises is taken as a basic fact of life, and as

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The Bus Services Bill: Putting Passengers Last

The Bus Services Bill: Putting Passengers Last

Thomas Walker May 23, 2016 2

Many of the controversial new policies announced in this week’s Queen’s Speech have been subject to intense debate and analysis. However, the new Bus Services Bill largely seems to have slipped through unnoticed. On

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