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The Case for Legal Gambling

The Case for Legal Gambling

Ryan Thompson November 7, 2016 0

There are two overarching reasons to support legalised gambling: liberty and economics. Given the intensive regulation of the gambling industry, it is clear that the state has fulfilled its duty of care as far

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Boring Conformists versus Right-Wing Recusants

Boring Conformists versus Right-Wing Recusants

Keir Martland November 2, 2016 1

James Delingpole’s recent article in The Spectator about the Right’s minority-status at Cambridge is absolutely correct. Yet the Left’s worst trait is its tendency to see itself as an embattled minority when in fact

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The Conservatives Win When They are Conservative

The Conservatives Win When They are Conservative

Alexander Fiúza November 2, 2016 0

There’s a fashionable idea that Conservative wets are more electable and that it was right-wing rigidity that confined Conservatives to the political wilderness in the Blair years. Like many fashionable ideas, it is untrue.

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The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

Kieran Munro November 1, 2016 0

More people in Scotland voted against independence than anything else in the history of Scotland. It isn’t just that the SNP refuse to accept this as an observation of fact, it’s that they cannot

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A New Approach to Funding Students Through University

A New Approach to Funding Students Through University

Alexander Fiúza October 31, 2016 0

A fascinating experiment in higher education is taking place in the USA. It all centres on Purdue University, located in deepest Indiana. Presided over by former Governor Mitch Daniels, they’ve devised a system for

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No one is winning in this war against drugs

No one is winning in this war against drugs

Dani Bolt October 27, 2016 0

The war on drugs has been a disaster. It has penalised the most vulnerable, contributed to the rise of increasingly nasty organised crime groups and cost an awful lot to boot. The government’s interference

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Poldark – Sex, violence and hypocrisy

Poldark – Sex, violence and hypocrisy

Elena Rider October 25, 2016 2

So if you’ve not been following the BBC’s gorgeous yet somewhat hammily acted adaptation of the Poldark novels allow me to fill you in on some recent controversy: Ross, the protagonist learns that the

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How the dismal case of Ched Evans speaks to wider social issues

How the dismal case of Ched Evans speaks to wider social issues

Willetta Florence October 24, 2016 0

Two tribes are trending on social media at the moment because the Crown Prosecution Service assumed the role of a Complainant. Team Ched vs some charities/feminists are either claiming victory for all men or

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What happened to universities being the places of ideas?

What happened to universities being the places of ideas?

Willetta Florence October 17, 2016 0

When most people think about their experiences in university, they most likely think of the fun or mischief (or both) that they plan to engage in. Being chastised for telling a joke about oneself

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Violence, lies and hypocrisy – the safe space crowd are making trouble for us all

Violence, lies and hypocrisy – the safe space crowd are making trouble for us all

Elena Rider October 14, 2016 1

This week it seems that the dishonesty and entitlement of the social justice left is spinning entirely out of control. Perhaps something is in the air after the Trump campaign being rocked by increasingly

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