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How British tech can thrive in an age of Brexit

How British tech can thrive in an age of Brexit

Rick Morgan June 24, 2017 0

While the Conservative Manifesto was packed full of things like votes on fox hunting, cutting winter fuel payments, the infamous dementia tax and impeding protection of elephants, the Queens speech was a lot more

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Corbynmania at Glastonbury: Why Drugs are Bad

Corbynmania at Glastonbury: Why Drugs are Bad

Elena Rider June 24, 2017 0

Nobody can accuse Jeremy Corbyn of not knowing who his supporters are. After refusing to attend a National Armed Forces Day commemoration in Liverpool in favour of the Glastonbury Festival, he was apparently invited

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Social Media, the Tories May Want to Reconsider….

Social Media, the Tories May Want to Reconsider….

Ed Creedy June 22, 2017 0

This General Election taught us a lot. Between headlines on Brexit and ‘Dementia Tax’ one fascinating trend emerged: social media became a vast political platform, moreso even than in 2015, as the younger demographic

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The Hysterical UK Left

The Hysterical UK Left

David Bone June 18, 2017 0

The past decade has provided us with a steady and constant stream of political surprises. The election of Barack Obama was a beacon of hope and symbol of Americas post-racial identity. In Britain the

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The alphabet according to the Labour Party

The alphabet according to the Labour Party

James Bickerton May 7, 2017 0

A is for Anti-Semitism, which definitely doesn’t exist in the Labour Party (and don’t let the Zionist media tell you any different). B is for Britain, a country which achieved some prominence thanks to

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‘It was the wielding of the knife’: The Best Documentaries about Margaret Thatcher

‘It was the wielding of the knife’: The Best Documentaries about Margaret Thatcher

John Barker May 4, 2017 0

It’s been four years since the death of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Regardless of her policies, whether you were on Sky News defending her memory, or at one of many parties celebrating her

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The Battle of Berkeley: American’s Struggle for Free Speech

The Battle of Berkeley: American’s Struggle for Free Speech

William Campbell April 25, 2017 0

For what it’s worth: there’s something happening here, and what it is seems reasonably clear. There are anarchists clashing in the streets with people expressing free speech. On 15th April Antifa protesters engaged a

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Book Review – ‘Rebel’ by Douglas Carswell MP

Book Review – ‘Rebel’ by Douglas Carswell MP

James Bickerton April 25, 2017 0

Douglas Carswell, the independent MP for Clacton, is convinced that Britain’s political and economic systems are rigged. This in itself is scarcely noteworthy. These days just about everybody involved in politics, from the Corbynite

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Assisted Dying: Morally Permissible and yet Unlawful

Assisted Dying: Morally Permissible and yet Unlawful

Harry Watson April 20, 2017 0

The arguments for and against assisted dying, commonly referred to as voluntary euthanasia, have been part of applied ethical discussion since the middle of the 20th century. Since MPs last voted conclusively against its

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Revisiting The Road to Wigan Pier

Revisiting The Road to Wigan Pier

William Collins April 9, 2017 0

Wigan Pier was a coal landing jetty on the Leeds-Liverpool canal where it passed through Wigan. It is an ironic appellation, Wigan’s Pier bearing no more relation to a seaside pier than a lump

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