The classical liberal is invited to consider New Labour in a number of ways. This is a party that in 1995 abandoned its socialist roots and embraced capitalism and the markets. It was this embrace of free-market principles that, at least in part, endeared Blair and Brown to the public and led to thirteen years […]
8 December at 18:30–22:00 The Mitre – 24 Craven Terrace Lancaster Gate, London, W23QH Guest speaker: Sir Bill Cash Bill Cash was described as the leader of the Eurosceptics during the Maastricht Rebellion of the early 1990s, which (as Major later complained in his memoirs) had the support of the former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher […]
21 November at 19:00–22:00 The Mitre – 24 Craven Terrace Lancaster Gate, London, W23QH Come and meet some of your fellow fans of the free market for drinks, debates, banter and more! This will be the first step towards something bigger, watch this space!
24 October at 19:00–22:00 The Mitre – 24 Craven Terrace Lancaster Gate, London, W23QH Come and meet some of your fellow fans of the free market for drinks, debates, banter and more! Janina Lowisz from BitNation, the BlockChain girl This will be the first step towards something bigger, watch this space!
(This article was also run by the Mallard mallarduk.com/nus-censorship-lnj0916/) Last week, many young anti-NUS activists across the UK were both thrilled and surprised to hear that Prime Minister Theresa May, and also Tory MP Victoria Atkins, have heard our voice, as they hit out during Prime Minister’s Questions at the “safe space” policy found on […]
Nationalisation: Socialism has never been shy of severe criticism, whether it is for its utopian moralities, fallacious idealism and for its pervasive statism. But, personally, it is its economic naivety and recklessness that makes me cringe the most, especially its faith in nationalisation. Nationalisation – transferring the ownership of physical assets from the public to the […]
After a decade and a half of public notoriety, Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary was recently convicted of inviting support for Daesh, a proscribed organisation, and will be jailed under the Terrorism Act 2000. For years Choudary, a former solicitor, used his expert legal knowledge to carefully tread the line between free speech and breaking the […]
In 1991, 67% of people aged 25-34 were home owners; by 2015, this had fallen to a bare 36%. Laboured with debt, and with rises in house prices decoupled from increases in wages, home ownership is a distant dream for many millennials. Government regulation and interference has been a prime mover of this disturbing trend. […]
The Home Affairs committee published today, August, 25th the report “Radicalisation: the counter-narrative and identifying the tipping point“. Reading report text, you can conclude that everything, but the individual, is responsible for extremism: the social media, the media, the family, the community but not the individual who consciously decides to search for extremist content in […]