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Will Hutton

Will Hutton: How Good We Can Be – Book Review

By Rob Foster @futuresinfinite In 1995 Will Hutton’s “The State We’re In” entered the bestseller lists and encapsulated a moment of change for Britain’s politics. Following the end of Thatcher’s reign and the fracturing rancour of John Major’s term as Prime Minister, Hutton’s diagnosis of need for a radical shift ...

Coalition Battlegrounds Drawn

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic Certainties are few and far between in this year’s General Election, but there are two things that can be said with relative comfort; we will have a hung Parliament, and SNP will take the majority, if not all, of Labour’s stronghold seats ...

The London Economic

White God – Film Review

By Emma Silverthorn @HouseOf_Gazelle Kornel Mundruczo’s feature White God can’t really be done justice in conversation, as I’ve realised this week raving to friends about a film that follows an army of dogs as they take over a Hungarian city! But White God is an exceptional film. It’s many things ...

Parliamentary sketch 21st Jan – Obama’s care received by PM

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor I’m quite paranoid and believe the whole world is a conspiracy (against who, I’m not certain), but I am sure there was a very elaborate planned “joke,” during today’s PMQs. The sting began with Robert Jenrick, Con, who said of Miliband’s economic policy, “to be ...

Russell vs Jo: The Battle of the Open Letter

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic  The last capitalist we hang shall be the one who sold us the rope.”  ― Karl Marx If there was ever an example of 21st century Marxism, the open letter fiasco between Russell Brand and Jo 'the disgruntled RBS worker' would be it. ...

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