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The Economics of the ‘Underclass’

The Economics of the ‘Underclass’

Richard Marshall June 13, 2017 0

Poverty: the norm of the third world and the scourge of the first. In Britain, it conjurers images of economic deprivation, homelessness and empty plates. But what does the term ‘underclass’ bring to mind?

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Taking a glimpse at the Rothschild Bank

Taking a glimpse at the Rothschild Bank

Harry Watson May 21, 2017 0

Emmanuel Macron is the youngest President France has ever seen, stamping his name into the fabric of political history. Although he is considered by many in France as the best of a bad bunch,

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A National Investment Bank? Come off it Corbyn

A National Investment Bank? Come off it Corbyn

Ollie Riley April 27, 2017 1

It seems almost everyone thinks that the Tories have this election in the bag. With the latest ComRes poll giving the Tories 50% of all votes, it’s not hard to see why. But perhaps

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The 7 Biggest Things Coming to Virtual Reality This Year

The 7 Biggest Things Coming to Virtual Reality This Year

Ryan Thompson April 16, 2017 0

The 7 biggest things coming to virtual reality this year will really help the field become that much more diverse. The people who think that all virtual reality headsets are the same will have

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Rupees, Pounds, and Pints

Rupees, Pounds, and Pints

Harry Watson April 6, 2017 0

As a Brit, I love a good bargain, and a bargain in the Mediterranean sun is better than any other. There I was on a recent trip to Italy seeking such financial relief, only

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Breakdown of the EU’s 60-year-old Convergence Machine

Breakdown of the EU’s 60-year-old Convergence Machine

Rory Foye March 28, 2017 0

Saturday marked the 60th Anniversary of the Rome Treaty, with the idea of a convergent and cohesive union being a primary aim for the European project over the past six decades. A joint EU

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The Bogeyman Fallacy of Evil ‘Unregulated’ Banks: How Free Banking Could Bring Transparency, Stability, and Choice

The Bogeyman Fallacy of Evil ‘Unregulated’ Banks: How Free Banking Could Bring Transparency, Stability, and Choice

Nathan Friend February 20, 2017 0

There is a phantom menace that Marxists hold dear. Indeed, in the times of milk and honey following the overthrow the bloated bourgeoisie and the ascension of Comrade Corbyn, ‘unregulated’ banks will take their

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Government “Investing in Small Businesses” is a Farce

Government “Investing in Small Businesses” is a Farce

Antony Sammeroff December 14, 2016 0

A recent press announcement reported that Scottish Enterprise, the main economic development agency funded by the Scottish Government, has £15.2 million investment in Aquamarine, a wave energy company that went bankrupt last year. This

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Let’s demand a better British agricultural system post-Brexit

Let’s demand a better British agricultural system post-Brexit

Niamh Kingsley November 16, 2016 0

With Brexit looming, the time to discuss the future of British agriculture is now. “Britain’s farmers will need help” says the Financial Times; “Farmers who vote leave now in deep regret” claims the Independent.

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Here’s why rent controls will only aggravate the UK’s housing crisis

Here’s why rent controls will only aggravate the UK’s housing crisis

Dani Bolt October 10, 2016 1

In his 2016 Labour Party Conference speech, Jeremy Corbyn claimed to have a great plan to ensure that “every British family” would have the “basic human right” to a decent home. His great plan?

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