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Brexit Britain Needs a Hit from the Bong

Brexit Britain Needs a Hit from the Bong

Nathan Friend January 18, 2017 0

Generally, people allocate those who voted to leave the EU on the opposite side of the political spectrum to those who support the legalisation of cannabis. We tend to see the two characters as

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Propaganda Rising

Propaganda Rising

William Collins January 10, 2017 5

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance. We have become insufficiently vigilant. If there is one thing we should have learnt by now it is how thoroughly the popular narrative can be manipulated by

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Market-Oriented Successes

Market-Oriented Successes

Elena Attfield January 8, 2017 0

Just as the free market organisation of economies faces new challenges in the West, its successes and popularity in the developing world evidence its fruits It does not require many glances of newspaper columns

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Grammatically correct?

Grammatically correct?

Gabby Burton January 5, 2017 0

Are grammar schools really worse for social mobility than poor-quality comprehensives or is the opposition they provoke due more to their unapologetic admissions process and assistance to the brightest in society? So is this

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Risk of grievous genocide looms in South Sudan

Risk of grievous genocide looms in South Sudan

Benjamin Jackson December 19, 2016 0

When South Sudan gained independence in 2011 after long and bloody fighting throughout the twentieth century, it was seen as a chance for rejuvenation and healing for the country and its people. But 5

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What will President Trump mean for foreign policy?

What will President Trump mean for foreign policy?

Alexander Fiúza November 28, 2016 0

On 20th January 2017, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States of America. It is expected that his Presidency will mark something of a departure from the policies

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An Open Letter To My Fellow Liberals

An Open Letter To My Fellow Liberals

Lee Jenkins November 25, 2016 1

2016 hasn’t been a kind year to anybody who values open borders, global integration, free movement of peoples and the strengthening of free trade. The courses are myriad and will fill tomes of academic

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The Red Pill – the movie feminists don’t want you to watch

The Red Pill – the movie feminists don’t want you to watch

Elena Rider November 23, 2016 19

Disclosure: This is not an unbiased review. The maker of this documentary describes how she went on a journey – the process of ‘swallowing the red pill’. This expression refers to a scene from

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Dystopian Surveillance Bill Slips Through Unnoticed

Dystopian Surveillance Bill Slips Through Unnoticed

Thomas Walker November 22, 2016 0

One of the worst infringements of individual rights in the western world passed through the British Parliament last week with almost no opposition. A pet project of Theresa May, the Investigatory Powers Bill allows for

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The case for an Anglo-Indian trade deal post-Brexit

The case for an Anglo-Indian trade deal post-Brexit

Kieran Munro November 21, 2016 0

The vote to leave the European Union presents itself as optimistic. We can reach new heights and rediscover what we once took for granted – it is a message that our best days are ahead.

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