Monthly Archives: November 2015

Cameron’s Syrian Strategy

The Cameron government is continuing to sideline itself from mainstream public opinion, which is strongly in favour of ethical investment in green technologies and divestment from firms involved in human rights abuses. It announced earlier this month that a further … Continue reading

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Paris, ISIS, and the ‘Dangerous Consequences of Hard-Left Policies’

A pleasant day at BAE Systems, Sterling Heights, Michigan. There has been much self-absorbed, solipsistic ‘remembrance’ in response to the Paris attacks. Aside from the brave act of changing one’s Facebook profile picture, what can be done to stop ISIS … Continue reading

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Corbyn’s threat of democracy

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