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The Plight of the Modern Conservative: Ideological Limbo and Party Abandonment

In recent years, conservative thought has found itself the reserve of the silent majority. Both the 2015 and the 2017 UK elections are a...

EU ‘Rejects UK Proposals’ for Irish Border After Brexit

Yesterday Michel Barnier, the EU chief Brexit negotiator, said there was still a 'risk of failure' in reaching an agreement. He added that there...

MPs to Debate Post-Brexit Customs Union

Despite Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement in February that Britain would leave the Customs Union after Brexit, MPs are now set to debate the...

Putin Predicts ‘Chaos’ if More Strikes on Syria

Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned that, if western powers conduct further attacks on Syria, the world will descend into 'chaos'. This comes after the...

The Weekly Roundup – 15th April 2018

UK: Home Secretary Amber Rudd highlighted the link between drug usage (particularly by young people) and rising violent crime on Monday, particularly bringing light to...

US-led Forces Conduct Syria Airstrikes

In the early hours of this morning, US-led forces conducted airstrikes on military targets in Syria. Despite calls from opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn for...

The Facebook Data Scandal is Just the Tip of a Far More Terrible Iceberg

Recently, the Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of a US lawmakers, and insisted that users have enough control over their data. What...

Central Banking has Become Parasitic – How do we Fix it?

Central banking is broken. There are countless reasons for this, but all cause similar issues. In fact, the damage done recently by central banks...

The Weekly Roundup – 8th April 2018

UK: The furore over the Salisbury poisoning continued, as Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson clashed over the origins of the attack. Meanwhile Yulia Skripal's cousin, Viktoria, was...

The Approaching Death of the Euro

‘If the Euro falls, Europe falls.’ These were the words of German Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2011. It is telling of the scale of...