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Why the UK Must Now Embrace the Anglosphere

Why the UK Must Now Embrace the Anglosphere

Kyle Scott Pirie June 30, 2017 0

Despite what ‘Remoaners’ tell you, there is a world beyond Europe. This is where the UK’s future lies, not in an outdated bureaucratic regime. Unfortunately, we do not sit on many natural resources and

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Cultural Appropriation Makes the World a Better Place

Cultural Appropriation Makes the World a Better Place

Nathan Friend June 26, 2017 0

Why is Tikka Masala our national dish? Why do the Chinese read Plato’s ‘Republic’ whilst the Greeks read ‘Tso te Ching’ by Lao Tzu? How come India has a parliament? Why do Russians wear

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Why the EU is a hindrance in a Globalising World

Why the EU is a hindrance in a Globalising World

Euan McHardy June 5, 2016 1

Of all the scaremongering by the Remain campaign, perhaps the most scurrilous is the idea that Britain’s influence would diminish if it left the European Union. As the monotone goes, Britain’s prosperity is dependent

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The African Gold Rush to Europe

The African Gold Rush to Europe

Old Holborn October 4, 2013 1

I awake to find yet another tragedy unfolding off the coast of Italy, with the reported sinking of a people smuggling vessel carrying around 500 Africans destined for the coast at Lampedusa in Sicily;

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The Commonwealth: British Diplomacy’s Open Goal

The Commonwealth: British Diplomacy’s Open Goal

Lee Jenkins July 15, 2013 5

The Commonwealth: The gift horse we sent to the knackers yard You’ll be forgiven for not knowing a great deal about the Commonwealth. You’ll have probably heard they have an Olympics style tournament now

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The Future of Global Finance Centres

The Future of Global Finance Centres

Backbencher July 8, 2013 0

By matthew Stinchcombe The world’s financial and business centres are the face of global business and as a result they provide an overall picture to the development and stability of an economy and even

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Towards a New Informal Empire

Towards a New Informal Empire

Backbencher May 15, 2013 3

Allrik Birch Last week I talked about how Britain could temper any (unlikely) damage done to trade through withdrawing from the EU by building trade links with Commonwealth nations, nations who are already moving

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Embracing the Commonwealth

Embracing the Commonwealth

Backbencher May 8, 2013 1

Allrik Birch Like many others of my political persuasion, I think that the UK should leave the EU (and would advise other countries to do likewise). The sheer cost incurred on small businesses as

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Lazy Libertarians: Non-Interventionism Is NOT Foreign Policy

Lazy Libertarians: Non-Interventionism Is NOT Foreign Policy

Lee Jenkins January 28, 2013 9

Too many libertarians have vacillated on foreign policy. Through ignorance and laziness they’ve hidden under a two word blanket and called it policy. It’s not easy being me. I don’t mean because of the

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Three Cheers For Expolitation

Three Cheers For Expolitation

Lee Jenkins December 13, 2012 5

The Government have announced a suspension to the foreign aid Britain sends to Rwanda. Ostensibly, this is a result of the Rwanandan government’s continued support of rebel groups in neighbouring Congo, most notably the

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