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The London Economic

10 Reasons why the World is F*cked.

By Adam Turner I'm no philosopher, nor a doctor of psychology. In fact, I'm barely even f*cking literate. I'm just a young, naive lad from Middlesbrough with an opinion - and a deep, underlying bitterness for the modern world. So what right do I have to share my views on ...

The London Economic

The green shoots of Crowdfunding

By Ryan Carter @rwscarter There is a beautiful bottom-up revolution underway in the energy market, but like all revolutions there is hurdles the question is can the state facilitate the green revolution, I think it should. This requires putting into reverse how the state has been seen in market interventions ...

Parliamentary Sketch

Parliamentary sketch 17th June – Hi-vis Osborne leaves Labour opaque

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Today’s PMQs were considered, respectful and...boring. This might be what the public claim they want, but would they actually watch that every week? I mean who doesn’t tune in for live environmental, food and rural affairs questions with Liz Truss on BBC Parliament (Thurs 9.30am, ...

What should we make of the ‘Green Surge’?

By Nicholas Figgis The world of politics can be confusing. Fortunately we have liberal media commentators to make sense of things. In his recent piece on the 'Green Surge' John Rentoul of The Independent on Sunday points out that, despite relatively low media coverage, the Green Party has recently experienced ...

The Trojan Horse that is TTIP

By Pieter Cranenbroek Last month, protesters against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) carried a Trojan Horse onto a square in Amsterdam. The horse was not nearly as big as the original one that, according to myth, marked the fall of Troy, but its message was clear: the trade ...

Bringing Manufacturing Back to Britain

By Sally Waterston, director of Business and IT Consultancy Waterstons Limited Everything goes in cycles; fashion, the weather, Information Technology and even manufacturing. It feels sometimes as if we are like a pendulum as a country, racing after the next new thing and piling all our hopes on it in ...

Birmingham; Education Not Manipulation!

By J T Coombes www.globalmagnacarta.com @GMagnaCarta Images and beliefs planted during the educational process, particularly in junior school, are a powerful tool with which to shape future society, something religious institutions have recognised and used for centuries. Within state schools education has been a political ‘football’ as successive governments, like ...

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