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Economics Round-Up Summer 2017

Economics Round-Up Summer 2017

Richard Marshall September 4, 2017 0

With parliament almost ready to return to Westminster after its summer brake, and many things having changed, or not as the case may be over the course of the last few months, now seems

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The Ed Miliband Disaster Continues

The Ed Miliband Disaster Continues

Elliot Burns January 6, 2014 1

Ed Miliband and his merry band of socialists came out of 2013 regarding themselves as the winners, and they have done ever since his conference speech. They are sure that they’ve set the political

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We must fight immigration fiction with facts.

We must fight immigration fiction with facts.

Daniel Pryor September 3, 2013 4

Daniel Pryor interprets Lord Ashcroft’s recent poll as a wake-up call for the advocates of immigration. The majority of people in this country believe that immigration has produced more disadvantages than advantages. This miserable

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Why We Should Take ‘Green’ Policies Seriously

Why We Should Take ‘Green’ Policies Seriously

Backbencher April 17, 2013 1

  The Green Party in the UK usually gets accused of being a fringe party, full of eco-warriors, with nothing much to say except how much they want to save the trees. The ethos

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Deep pockets and financial losses: How long can football maintain bad business?

Deep pockets and financial losses: How long can football maintain bad business?

Backbencher January 7, 2013 6

  Tristan Kitchin, On the 31st December Wigan Athletic reported a net profit of £4.3m for the year ending 31st May, their first profit in six years. What made this report interesting is that

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