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China: The war we must win without ever fighting

China: The war we must win without ever fighting

Adam Tugwell May 31, 2020 0

If speculators could bet on future world events like they play stocks and shares, there is little doubt there would be more focus on the dick swinging and pumping rhetoric against China that has

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Rogan Quits YouTube for Spotify

Rogan Quits YouTube for Spotify

Crispin Stephenson May 29, 2020 0

Joe Rogan’s departure from YouTube to a lucrative Spotify contract is a welcome, if small, step towards pluralism in social media. Estimated to be worth up to $100m, the multi-year deal for the creator

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The War on Social Media: Is Trump the biggest Social Justice Warrior of them all?

The War on Social Media: Is Trump the biggest Social Justice Warrior of them all?

Adam Tugwell May 28, 2020 0

Fake news is a phrase that we have come to associate with Donald Trump in the same way that we do a machine that Hoovers with Dyson. I’ll bet you can hear him saying

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Comment: On Humour and the Unspeakable

Comment: On Humour and the Unspeakable

Isaac Lamb May 27, 2020 0

Conservatives of the past, especially religious conservatives, have often rightly attracted piss-takers. Harold Macmillan once famously attended a comedy show, featuring an impersonation of him. The actor saw him in the crowd and proceeded

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Covid in The Age of Confusion

Covid in The Age of Confusion

David Bone May 25, 2020 0

Coronavirus. Where did it come from? 5G signals? An insidious bioweapon, accidentally set loose by a lax Chinese scientist or a wayward General with the Peoples Liberation Army with a grudge against the West?

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Why We Need To Stop Clapping For Carers

Why We Need To Stop Clapping For Carers

Alan Grant May 17, 2020 0

Photo: Reuters.com It’s funny how often in life the bizarre and out of character quickly becomes the norm. We got used to calling Opal Fruits “Starburst”, accepted the prevalence of Twitter, and, at least

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The Morality of Lockdown

The Morality of Lockdown

William Collins April 20, 2020 0

Whilst many people seem to believe that the only thing wrong with the UK Government’s response to Covid-19 was failure to implement the lockdown soon enough and rigorously enough, others are beginning to question

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Interview: John Barry on the sixth Male Psychology Conference

Interview: John Barry on the sixth Male Psychology Conference

Najma Zaman May 21, 2019 0

Next month sees the sixth Male Psychology Conference take place at UCL. Here, we interview Dr John Barry, the lead organiser of the conference. The BPS had a vote last year on whether or

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3 Unusual Locations That Where World-Changing Events Took Place

3 Unusual Locations That Where World-Changing Events Took Place

Ryan Thompson March 21, 2019 0

It was Vladimir Lenin that once remarked: “there are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks where decades happen”. Our political realities can change in an instant and nothing is certain. Processes and

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We need architecture based on beauty – not economic expediency

We need architecture based on beauty – not economic expediency

David Bone November 25, 2018 0

“Beauty is vanishing from our world because we live as though it did not matter” The modern world seems devoid of beauty. Don’t take my word for it though. Look around you. Glance up

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