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The Economic Future Of Britain IF We Don't Leave-The-EU

 The Economic Future Of Britain IF We Don’t Leave-The-EU


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Greg Lance – Watkins

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although I have always claimed that the primary aim for Britain to Leave-The-EU is NOT economic, as it is likely that in both the short term and the mid term the economic benefits when we Leave-The-EU are likely to be fairly neutral. 787 more words

Greg Lance-Watkins

You cannot carry on forever squeezing the productive bit of the...

You cannot carry on forever squeezing the productive bit of the economy in order to fund an unprecedented engorgement of the unproductive bit. – Daniel Hannan: http://dlvr.it/CdGZDM

Daniel Hannan

Assessing Elections in Poland and Argentina in the Context of Populism and Liberalism in Europe and South America I (liberalism in the classical sense of course).

Election results I’ve seen today from weekend elections in Argentina and Poland and the more general thoughts they have inspired. Rather longer than I anticipated so posted in two parts, though not separated in time given that I am articulating immediate reactions. 1,110 more words

Current Events

Jim DeMint displays personable warmth

On 22 May 2015 – just a couple of weeks after the UK General Election – the Alliance of European Conservatives and Reformists (AECR) presented their Edmund Burke Award to… 393 more words

Speech Critique

hating haters ...

It hasn’t gone unnoticed, but Daniel Hannan says it well:

“Leftie yahoos consumed by their hatred​,” British conservative Daniel Hannan writes:

Actually, anyone who has dipped a toe into politics will know that the hate comes disproportionately from one end of the spectrum.

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Serving British general threatens "mutiny" if Corbyn elected PM

From The Independent:

In highly contentious remarks, the unnamed army commander said any attempt by Mr Corbyn to take Britain out of Nato, scrap Trident or cut the size of Britain’s forces would be fought by means “fair or foul”.

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The Politicians