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Why are there so many blank walls in public libraries these days? Is it because librarians have, despite decades of inculcation, conceived a dislike to…

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“Eye-watering”. This was the term the Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom used to describe the growing gap between senior executive and average worker compensation. The big…

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The EU’s primary task is to work with member states to secure the future contentment, prosperity and security of its citi­zens. How it best fulfils…

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Many criticise calls for further action by competition authorities as being anti-business. In this newsletter we argue that nothing could be further from the truth….

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A great message came out of the Pau summit where, on 13 January, the French president received his counterparts from the G-5 Sahel (Mauritania, Mali,…

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What, you may wonder, do Spain’s Vox and Germany’s AfD have in common? One is a German nationalist-ethnic party scoring about 15 per cent in…

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Now we have a new government, one of the pressing issues with which it must deal, much talked of during the election campaign, is the…

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Putting a cross on a piece of paper once every few years is virtually the electorate’s only involvement in our so-called democracy, we thereby elect…

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Does anyone out there remember Charter 88? A campaign of the largely liberal left, formed in the dog-days of Thatcherism, it sought a fundamental and…

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We are delighted to announce the publication of “Tickbox” by David Boyle. “This powerful and timely book will strike an immediate chord with anyone who has had…

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