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Macron, Theresa May and reckoning for elitism

Macron, Theresa May and reckoning for elitism

Tom Colsy January 19, 2019 0

London, United Kingdom – Prime Minister Theresa May survives a no confidence vote; led by the free-market Eurosceptic and internationalist Remain wings of her party – she has polarised both and pleased neither. Why

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The Road to Plan B? Why radical thinking is needed to end the Brexit impasse

The Road to Plan B? Why radical thinking is needed to end the Brexit impasse

Patrick Timms January 16, 2019 0

Throughout the labyrinthine meanderings of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, there has been, to my mind, a single recurring thread. It began almost immediately after the vote – a week or two

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The abuse of MPs has gone too far – we must act before another is killed

The abuse of MPs has gone too far – we must act before another is killed

Henry Tydeman January 1, 2019 0

There has been much discussion in recent times of the abuse that nasty people see fit to dole out to MPs online. Think of the most violent, obscene thing you would never dream of

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Transhumanism and democracy – can we have both?

Transhumanism and democracy – can we have both?

James Bickerton January 1, 2019 0

I’m not usually one for New Years resolutions, or indeed just about anything which requires sustained perseverance and personal discipline, but this year I’m going to make an exception. I want to write more.

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Braveheart: how would Britain have negotiated with Scotland if it had voted for independence?

Braveheart: how would Britain have negotiated with Scotland if it had voted for independence?

Patrick Timms December 29, 2018 0

And how is Brexit any different? I voted to leave the European Union, largely on philosophical grounds. I took, and continue to take, great issue with the way that this institution has evolved over

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May’s Brexit Deal: The Pragmatic Approach

May’s Brexit Deal: The Pragmatic Approach

Richard Marshall December 15, 2018 0

It’s becoming clear that May is playing a game with the future of the nation, our economy and business, and that is to hold the vote on her Brexit deal as late as possible.

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We need architecture based on beauty – not economic expediency

We need architecture based on beauty – not economic expediency

David Bone November 25, 2018 0

“Beauty is vanishing from our world because we live as though it did not matter” The modern world seems devoid of beauty. Don’t take my word for it though. Look around you. Glance up

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The Labour Party is “led by people who regret the outcome of the Cold War” – Daniel Hannan interview

The Labour Party is “led by people who regret the outcome of the Cold War” – Daniel Hannan interview

James Bickerton November 20, 2018 0

Daniel Hannan, Conservative MEP for South-East England, is surely one of Britain’s most influential Eurosceptics. He may not be one of the most recognisable figures from the 2016 referendum campaign, but few can match

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The meat tax is not the nanny state – it’s making people take responsibility for their own actions

The meat tax is not the nanny state – it’s making people take responsibility for their own actions

Frederick Colbey November 14, 2018 0

Recently, the government has announced a meat tax. A tax on meat that will cause the prices of red meats such a pork and beef to rise. As you can probably imagine, Twitter wasn’t

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Ignore the scaremongering – Britain can make Brexit work

Ignore the scaremongering – Britain can make Brexit work

David Bone November 6, 2018 0

April 2019. Britain has left the European Union. The U.K. Government has collapsed. Roving Street gangs terrorise the population. The death penalty has been brought back for poaching on common land as the wretched

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