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How the British Press Got Almost Everything Wrong In 2022

, 23 December 2022
If you want to know what happens next in the UK, you'd be better off flipping a coin than listening to most political pundits, argues Adam Bienkov

In Neo-Dickensian Britain Politicians Should Heed the Ghost of Marley

, 22 December 2022
There's a reason Dickens' Christmas Carol is a perennial festive favourite, says A V Deggar – the Malthusian ideas of Scrooge are still with us

EXCLUSIVE Conservative Party Propped Up by Financiers, Property Developers and Fossil Fuel Interests

, 16 December 2022
Bankers have contributed a-third of the party’s income over recent months, amid plans to remove the cap on their bonuses, reports Sam Bright

F*ck Business: The Year Johnson Boosterism Ended in Brexit Bust

, 13 December 2022
Now the Conservative Party's reputation for economic competence has cratered, Matthew Gwyther sees businesses getting increasingly politicised

EXCLUSIVE ‘We Are Not Done’: Conservatives Remain in Thrall to Tufton Street

, 12 December 2022
Sam Bright reports on the Conservative Party’s enduring alliance with the libertarian lobbying groups that ‘crashed the economy’

What Keir Starmer Isn’t Telling Us About His Plan for a ‘Better Brexit’

, 9 December 2022
The Labour leader is not being honest about the impact of Britain's decision to leave the EU, writes Adam Bienkov

Are Recommendations for ‘Top Shares To Buy’ Worth the Paper They are Written On?

, 5 December 2022
Iain Overton looks at how buying shares recommended in the mainstream press's financial pages may not be the money-maker one would hope for

Brexit’s Global Trade is Fit for Georgian England: Devoid of Ethical Responsibility

, 2 December 2022
Iain Overton reflects on the Government's policy of Free Trade Deals with countries regardless of their human rights

EXCLUSIVE The Great Contraction: How the End of Cheap Money and Energy Will Degrade or Renew Civilisation

, 28 November 2022
Nafeez Ahmed predicted the 2008 financial crash. But it was not resolved and has led to a more profound crisis which will require a major restructuring of the global economy to survive

REVEALED: Councils Preparing for Multi-Million-Pound Budget Overspends as Crisis and Cuts Hit

, 23 November 2022
The cost of living crisis, more than a decade of cuts and the pandemic have left local authorities on the brink when it comes to key services

‘Jeremy Hunt’s Energy Price Hike is a Cynical Betrayal of Britain’

, 22 November 2022
Martin Shaw unpicks the motives and the structural economic forces behind the Chancellor’s decision to further inflate household energy costs

A City Caught Between Industrial Change and Climate Change

, 21 November 2022
Sam Bright examines how Britain can learn from the city of Groningen in the Netherlands, and how our recent political history provides a warning to the Dutch establishment

EXCLUSIVE The Financial Takeover of Government

, 18 November 2022
Sam Bright explores how the masters of high finance have been welcomed into the heart of power

All the Bad News Jeremy Hunt Hid In his Autumn Statement

, 17 November 2022
The Chancellor's Autumn Statement will go down as one of the most dishonest political statements in living memory, writes Adam Bienkov

More Than A Third Of Food Parcels Given to Children

, 17 November 2022
Ellie Newis and Sian Norris report on the extent and impact of child poverty as Britain continues to grapple with the cost of living crisis

After an Era of Austerity, What is Left to Cut?

, 17 November 2022

Being An Employer of Your Own Care

, 11 November 2022

The Case for Degrowth

, 26 October 2022
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