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The housing crisis is a failure of over-regulation – not capitalism

The housing crisis is a failure of over-regulation – not capitalism

Antony Sammeroff September 24, 2017 0

“I’ve got good news and bad news,” says the politician behind the podium – live on tv – sweat dripping from his brow… “Here’s the bad news – ” A moment of gravity descends

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The march against science: How left-wingers are exploiting dodgy research

The march against science: How left-wingers are exploiting dodgy research

Ryan Khurana August 29, 2017 0

Earlier this year the “March for Science” became an international phenomena. From ordinary citizens to popular science gurus such as Billy Nye and Neil Degrasse Tyson, the call for “science-based policy” was made loud

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Oi, Big Government! Leave Wonga ‘A-loan’!

Oi, Big Government! Leave Wonga ‘A-loan’!

Richard Elliott November 26, 2013 3

Richard Elliott defends payday lenders from the spectre of big government regulation. This Monday, Britain was informed of the first plans by the government to introduce new regulations to cap the interest rates of

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How Government Wrecked The London Housing Market

Backbencher November 14, 2013 1

Struggling to find an affordable house in London? Don’t blame rich Russians, blame the State. London faces a housing crisis, probably the worst since the effects of the Blitz were felt. House prices are

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Newspaper industry fails in final attempt to thwart royal charter on press regulation

Newspaper industry fails in final attempt to thwart royal charter on press regulation

Backbencher October 30, 2013 0

Bryony Clarke reports on today’s High Court ruling regarding the new press regulatory regime. Newspaper and magazine publishers have today lost a last minute appeal to the High Court to halt the implementation of

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The Pope: Embracing Communism in 2013?

The Pope: Embracing Communism in 2013?

Victoria Monro January 2, 2013 17

  Christmas and New Year speeches: some, like the Queen’s message are worth taking a few minutes from your day to enjoy, but this year’s message from the Vatican was not one such speech.

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Press freedom is under threat

Press freedom is under threat

Andrew Thorpe-Apps November 10, 2012 1

A free press is the cornerstone of a free society. Yet many of Britain’s politicians, some of whom have been badly bruised by the expenses scandal, seek to limit press freedom. Currently, politicians have

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