Monthly Archives: November 2012

Rotherham and the collateral damage of complacency

Rotherham and the collateral damage of complacency At the time of writing, the media are regaling us with the story of three foster siblings who were removed from their placement family by Rotherham Council because the fosterers belonged to the … Continue reading

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China’s new American outpost – photo-essay by James Whitlow Delano

EDITOR’S NOTE As part of its programme of global expansion, China has established a foothold in the South American county of Suriname (formerly Dutch Guiana). A substantial proportion of the country’s population is now of Chinese nationality, and there are … Continue reading

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Tory revolutionaries: the unconservative foreign policy of the Conservative Party – guest article by Alastair Paynter

Tory revolutionaries: the unconservative foreign policy of the Conservative Party Guest article by ALASTAIR PAYNTER The reaction to the ongoing development of the so-called “Arab Spring” has demonstrated with abundant clarity that the Conservative-led coalition’s foreign policy is anything but … Continue reading

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“Venator” – Time for a cleverer conservatism

Time for a cleverer conservatism This past week has seen the election of two of the most significant individuals in world affairs. In the US, the American electorate has once again opted to flood the White House with the forces … Continue reading

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The new do-nothing economics – guest article by Larry Eubank

Disinvestment and the do-nothing economists Guest article by LARRY EUBANK During the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the subsequent Great Depression, nobody knew with any certainty what was wrong or what to do about the economy, so the ruling … Continue reading

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