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The Pollution Of Political Debate

The Pollution Of Political Debate

Backbencher October 25, 2013 1

Jack Wharton condemns the partisan misuse of language that distorts political debate Our society is broken. That’s the unfortunate conclusion I’ve reached after observing the last week or two of our polluted political debate.

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British Politics: Same Old Dogs, New Old Tricks

British Politics: Same Old Dogs, New Old Tricks

Backbencher October 4, 2013 0

 Why does the UK’s Political Elite seem possessed of  apparent inability to learn anything new I’m not the bragging type. But I’m going to say it – I did forecast a return to the

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Does Human Nature Justify Political Authority?

Does Human Nature Justify Political Authority?

Backbencher June 21, 2013 0

 What level of interference we require from the Government Does our human nature mean that we require authority? Even from a young age it’s drilled into most of us that this is the case

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Does Globalisation Undermine The Welfare State?

Does Globalisation Undermine The Welfare State?

Backbencher May 17, 2013 1

Sami Steinbock analyses at length and discusses the tension between international economic interdependence and national-level welfare systems Part 3 of 3 The welfare state can, in theory, be undermined economically by globalisation. Firms who

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