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London Needs Another Housing Crash

London is the greatest city on earth. It is a dynamic, vibrant and diverse place,...

Book Release: NEA – Dawn Of An Era

Dear United Politics readers, Previously you may have read my blogs on taxation, the EU and...

Economy Booms After Brexit

The British economy has been hit by a boom of buying in the aftermath of...

Teachers Are Brainwashing Students To Hate Capitalism

It’s September 2015. I sit, eager-eyed, in my seat, awaiting my first A Level Politics...

Reforming Capitalism?

Theresa May wants to reform capitalism. Despite May having not yet explicitly outlined her plans...

The Hidden Costs of HS2

HS2 Under Fire: HS2 has received its fair share of criticism since the opening stages of...

Not Even The Duke Of Westminster Should Pay Inheritance Tax

The news that has had all the lefties, Corbyn lovers and Guardianista’s fuming is the...

Don’t blame Brexit for the return of British holidays

The Brexit result cannot be blamed entirely upon the return of the traditional British holiday;...

Brexit: A political volcano has erupted

It was as though a volcano had erupted, with hot lava falling to the ground. Early...

Fracking – Britain’s New Cash Cow

In 2013, the press were touting the UK as the ‘leader in the shale revolution.’...

London has Grown Too Big for its Boundaries

In July 2017 the London Borough of Havering called off a vote to make Havering...

Why this Brexiteer is in favour of immigration

In 2014 I wrote for Conservative Home in defence of the Government’s immigration policy. Then...

Naa mate, you’re doing it all wrong…

That’s what I would say to Theresa May on her Brexit strategy. Today we find ourselves...

How Labour Will Win in 2020

I tend towards the free market way of thinking as I believe that in a...

Forget Europe; The World Is Our Oyster

Democratically-elected leaders in Europe still fundamentally fail to comprehend that 52% of people in Britain...

Futureconomics: A plea for free market socialism

“Lord give me chastity but not yet” is the famous prayer of a young Saint...

The collapse of TTIP should worry Brexiteers

It sounds odd to say that, but for those Brexiteers who are hoping for a...

Time to Ignore EU Rules on Steel

British steel has been in decline for years. High energy prices ( Thanks again EU...

The Mogg Uprising is Coming

But we on the Left have the answer… Politics has hit a new phase, what was...

In defence of David Cameron

It may not be a popular thing to say, but I liked David Cameron. He...

What Britain Needs Most

Following the arrival of a new Prime Minister and the decision to Leave the European...

Brexit: Opportunities on the Open Seas

Throughout the EU referendum campaign there was fear being projected from both sides as if...

Sport needs Social Enterprise and Activism

The Commonwealth Games is a combination of sports, enterprise and social justice. I was a...

A Justice System on its knees

After reports emerged last week that the poorest in society are being ‘priced out’ of Legal...

The Capitalist Dream

Ever since the feudal system of medieval Britain, the idea of capital has played a...

Poverty Profiteers: Enfranchising the Poor

Charity has become a dirty word, as revelations from Oxfam on the sex for aid...

Capitalism is key to a free society

Capitalism, for all its faults, is the key to maintaining a free society. After all,...

Politicians are to blame for the 2008 Recession

No one has sought to examine the blame politicians across the world deserve for the...

One Nation Governance: Britain’s Future Economy

The Guardian recently released an investigation into how Theresa May's compassionate conservativism can be put...

Spanish Economy in Bullish Mood

After years of negative growth and deflation, the Spanish economy is finally seeing light at...

Brexit: The Endless Possibilities

It has been nearly two months since the UK voted 52% to 48% in favour...

What ever happened to the centre?

Public choice I remember sitting in an economics class at the end of the school year....

The United Nations: Planting the Seeds of War

The United Nations is built on the fanciful notion that a perfect world can be...

Labour Majority Now Inevitable

Jeremy Corbyn is the enigma of modern politics, and now it's inevitable he will win...

How digital inclusion can enhance community wellbeing

The growth of digital technology in the last few decades is unprecedented, leading to a...

Tax Reform: Trump’s Re-Election Key

LESSONS FROM HISTORY A few weeks ago, I attended a dinner in Washington DC with Reagan's...

The Necessity of a Multi-Party Brexit

When the lengthy Brexit negotiations between Britain and the European Union finally end, no one...

Junior Doctor Strikes: The End Of The NHS?

The NHS is at its first major turning point in its relatively short history. Extraordinarily...

The EU Love Affair With Banks Must Stop Now

Those who argued that EU membership brings this country prosperity need to observe the part...

Owen Smith Plans to Spend Big… And Guess Who’s Paying

To some Labour Party members Owen Smith might look like a more electable alternative to...

The BBC’s Impartiality Suppresses Youth Ideology

Just What do Young People Want? 72% of 18-24 year olds voted to remain in the...

Can a people tax themselves to prosperity?

“Can a people tax themselves to prosperity?” (Winston Churchill) Taxation is a subject of fairness for...

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...

A New Deal For Young Workers?

According to multiple reports in the last few weeks, Phillip Hammond has abandoned his plans...

Laura Pidcock: The Rising Stars of Hatred

A rising star. There was a time when this slogan of praise was reserved for...

May’s attack on Corporate Britain

Whatever Mayism maybe, it is certainly no friend of corporate Britain. The Conservative party manifesto...

Darling, we need to talk about the NHS

As Parliamentary recess finally begins and the Prime Minister turns to the Swiss, alpine air...

War! What is it good for? Growth.

North Korea on the Brink of Peace It is difficult to know for sure what happens...

Corbyn’s maximum wage cap exemplifies his ignorance

Nobel prize winning economist Friedrich Von Hayek once famously remarked 'if socialists understood economics, they...

May rejects £1000 Fee for all EU skilled workers Post-Brexit

As Brexit looms ever closer, new developments are unfolding giving the nation a taster to...