Corporation Giants Suppress Localism

In my hometown of Hornchurch in Essex there is a building of great nostalgia to the town that is about to be destroyed by a...

It’s time Europe looked forward, and not turn back

In the months following the United Kingdom’s Brexit referendum, the European Union seems to be undergoing an episode of post-traumatic stress. At a time...

The United Nations: Planting the Seeds of War

The United Nations is built on the fanciful notion that a perfect world can be created through centralized diplomacy. That all war can be...

How digital inclusion can enhance community wellbeing

The growth of digital technology in the last few decades is unprecedented, leading to a new age of digital inclusion. Never before has it been...

In defence of David Cameron

It may not be a popular thing to say, but I liked David Cameron. He had his ups and his downs, like most prime...

Two Ways Liam Fox Can Achieve His Mission

Let’s work with the willing. Let’s work with those countries and British expatriates that want to increase trade and investment Liam Fox, Secretary of State...

London Needs Another Housing Crash

London is the greatest city on earth. It is a dynamic, vibrant and diverse place, where dreams are made and the best of the...

Should Governments Run Like Businesses

Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump has seen a wave of support in the 2016 US general election; many of his supporters are hoping that...

Junior Doctor Strikes: The End Of The NHS?

The NHS is at its first major turning point in its relatively short history. Extraordinarily poor judgement from consecutive governments has allowed one of...

The collapse of TTIP should worry Brexiteers

It sounds odd to say that, but for those Brexiteers who are hoping for a simple free trade agreement with the EU (as opposed...

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