A Corbyn Brexit would betray the nation

Isaac Ross fears a Corbyn government will use Brexit as a pretext and an apparatus to transform society into a mould of his ideological beliefs.  

Aug 23, 2017 - Isaac Ross

International Development

We should cut foreign aid

Peter Divey believes the rate of foreign aid spending should be reduced until the deficit is eliminated and austerity fades.

Aug 23, 2017 - Peter Divey


Royal Flush: it’s time to abolish the monarchy

Glenn Houlihan argues we should view the Royal family as a group of political actors and an affront to our democracy, rather than the sedate, cutesy reality TV stars we currently do.

Aug 22, 2017 - Glenn Houlihan


Brexit negotiations: the Davis poker face

Commenting on the ongoing Brexit negotiations, Peter Divey presents a more bullish perspective of the British side. Poker is often a game of bluff, he says: you can win without the best hand.

Aug 21, 2017 - Peter Divey

Finance & Economics

A low tax vision for post-Brexit Britain

Some of the most open, prosperous and happy nations around the world are low tax nations. So why doesn’t the UK join them, asks Rory Broomfield?

Aug 18, 2017 - Rory Broomfield


Brexit key to restoring political faith

The increasing transfer of power from Westminster to Brussels prior to last year’s referendum reduced policymakers’ ability to deliver on their promises, which has led to a lasting corrosion of the public’s trust in politicians, says Alex Fiuza.

Aug 17, 2017 - Alexander Fiuza

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