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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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The Roots of Daily Mail Derangement Syndrome

The Roots of Daily Mail Derangement Syndrome

Alexander Fiúza November 18, 2016 0

There is a British newspaper famed for spelling mistakes and giving space to an abundance of authors obsessed with identity politics to make absurd attacks on a large ethnic group. A newspaper owned by

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Let’s demand a better British agricultural system post-Brexit

Let’s demand a better British agricultural system post-Brexit

Niamh Kingsley November 16, 2016 0

With Brexit looming, the time to discuss the future of British agriculture is now. “Britain’s farmers will need help” says the Financial Times; “Farmers who vote leave now in deep regret” claims the Independent.

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What can we learn from the ‘gay cake’ palaver?

What can we learn from the ‘gay cake’ palaver?

Willetta Florence November 15, 2016 0

And they departed from the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer shame for his name. This is an excerpt from the book of Acts in the Bible. The

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Another inconvenient truth: radiation and the tea kettle

Another inconvenient truth: radiation and the tea kettle

John Lindberg November 14, 2016 0

Nuclear power: few technologies are as controversial, feared or hotly contested as the fairly straightforward process of splitting the nuclei of heavy atoms. Its equally, if not more, feared cousin – radiation – surrounds

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Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Thomas Walker November 9, 2016 0

“It is the verdict of the American people and we must respect it.” That was SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon’s comment on Donald Trump’s ‘surprise’ victory in the US presidential election. How fascinating it is to see

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Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Trump Wins: The backlash to PC culture is here

Elena Rider November 9, 2016 1

Well, it looks like Donald Trump has clinched it. So, how? How did America’s answer to Sir Philip Green – a dodgy tycoon-come-reality-TV-star who is completely inexperienced in politics and entirely lacking in the

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Assessing Barack Obama’s Legacy

Assessing Barack Obama’s Legacy

Benjamin Jackson November 8, 2016 0

When Barack Obama came to power in 2009, immense hype surrounded his inauguration. The hope, the sense of change, the ‘Yes, we can’. His temples now greyer, his tenure has seen the world change

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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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