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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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Venezuela’s Failures Should Be a Warning About State Socialism

Venezuela’s Failures Should Be a Warning About State Socialism

Benjamin Jackson October 12, 2016 0

If one was to search for an example of how a socialist state can go wrong, Venezuela provides a fitting depiction. With the world’s highest inflation rate – predicted to reach 500% by the

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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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Here’s why rent controls will only aggravate the UK’s housing crisis

Here’s why rent controls will only aggravate the UK’s housing crisis

Dani Bolt October 10, 2016 5

In his 2016 Labour Party Conference speech, Jeremy Corbyn claimed to have a great plan to ensure that “every British family” would have the “basic human right” to a decent home. His great plan?

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How Brexit Will Save the Union

How Brexit Will Save the Union

Alexander Fiúza October 9, 2016 0

Enough time has passed since the earthquake of the referendum that the new order can begin to be seen. A much underreported development in this regards the Union. It is not that it won’t

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Theresa May is Wrong to Blame Free Markets

Theresa May is Wrong to Blame Free Markets

Ben Ramanauskas October 6, 2016 0

‘The good that government can do’ was the repeated refrain of Theresa May’s closing speech at the Conservative Party conference on Wednesday. It is certainly true that the State can do good by maintaining

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Selective education – what’s not to like?

Selective education – what’s not to like?

Alex Phillips October 6, 2016 0

Theresa May is already experiencing turbulence in her administration as she struggles to defend the contentious reintroduction of selective grammar schools, and it does not appear to be settling. At the Labour Party’s annual

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Consent classes – will UK freshers buy the nonsense?

Consent classes – will UK freshers buy the nonsense?

Elena Rider October 4, 2016 1

Another October is upon us and across the country freshers at British universities are embarking on a journey of learning, friendship and fun. Most of them will have studied really hard for their exams,

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The new H&M ad lacks authenticity but at least it’s entertaining

The new H&M ad lacks authenticity but at least it’s entertaining

Willetta Florence October 3, 2016 0

Summer has departed so each fashion house and retail brand is flaunting their collection via the annual Autumn Winter Advert. The aim is to please us so much that our wallets also take action.

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