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A floundering EU renegotiation

A floundering EU renegotiation

Christopher Akers February 2, 2016 0

David Cameron seems intent on advertising his flop of an EU renegotiation as a golden ticket to solving the puzzle of Britain’s place within Europe. After discussions with the president of the European Council,

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Do private schools really make you smarter?

Do private schools really make you smarter?

Sophie Sandor January 25, 2016 0

It tends to be that the higher one’s socioeconomic status, the better the school they attend and the better their outcomes; is it down to causation or is it purely correlation? This is the

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The Unstumpable Trump Should Also be the Unbannable Trump

The Unstumpable Trump Should Also be the Unbannable Trump

James Tracey December 15, 2015 1

There has been a new petition out to block Donald Trump from entering the UK. Now, as a Classical Liberal, I hate his comments as much as anyone. I am pro-immigration and am frustrated

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Sure Sweatshops Aren’t Ideal, but the Alternative is Worse

Sure Sweatshops Aren’t Ideal, but the Alternative is Worse

Sophie Sandor December 10, 2015 0

There was a time when I regarded my friends in the Amnesty International Society as hypocritical for buying clothes from high street shops like Zara and Primark and simultaneously condemning the existence of what

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What the Left Need to do to Win People Back

What the Left Need to do to Win People Back

Joey Simnett November 25, 2015 0

The Labour Party, and the Left in general, are splashing around in the great pool of self-indulgency. Whilst nobody thought that Labour would be full steam ahead with the divisive Corbyn in charge, it

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ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

ISIS Is A Shape-Shifting Beast: We’ll Need A New Whip

Lee Jenkins November 24, 2015 1

The deadly terror attacks in Paris that killed 132 people and injured many more mark a particularly deadly turn in the West’s struggle to crush Islamic State (IS) – but they fit a pattern of behaviour

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If ISIS Want a War, They’ve Got One

If ISIS Want a War, They’ve Got One

Robert Tyler November 20, 2015 1

The Paris attacks changed my views on intervention and tackling terrorism. Here’s why it should change yours as well. For the last 4 years of blogging, I have prided myself on being anti-war and

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Here’s The Real Reason We Can’t Talk About Men’s Issues

Here’s The Real Reason We Can’t Talk About Men’s Issues

Tom Davies November 19, 2015 10

My alma mater, the University of York, around which joblessness and a Jordan Belfort-esque refusal to let go means I still skulk, has recently been making national headlines for all the wrong reasons. Universities

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Free Education Won’t Get More Poor Kids Into Uni

Free Education Won’t Get More Poor Kids Into Uni

Gabriel Bramley November 11, 2015 6

Another year and another entourage of student activists trot down the streets of Westminster for the cause of free education. A noble, albeit naïve and platitudinous endeavour in most cases, but at its worse

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The Press Onslaught On Corbyn is Becoming Appalling, But He’s Made It So Easy

The Press Onslaught On Corbyn is Becoming Appalling, But He’s Made It So Easy

Tom Davies November 9, 2015 1

Another day, another accusation that the Labour leader is an unpatriotic, disrespectful, scruffy Bolshevik. This time he was being criticized for allegedly not bowing low enough at the Cenotaph during the Remembrance Sunday ceremony.

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