Cover Page, 10 January 2019, Issue 184 Welcome to our new issue. We hope you enjoy our articles and the other features. If you do, we ask that you please forward them to, and recommend us to, any contacts of yours who would be interested. If you can persuade them to register for our weekly… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: Cover page
10 January 2019 Lens on the Week UK BREXIT: The year got off to a confusing start with 22 Tory MPs voting to restrict the Treasury’s power to prepare for a no deal exit. Michael Fallon and Oliver Letwin were among the rebels, politicians who regard a no-deal exit as something which should be avoided… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: Lens on the Week
10 January 2019 Get Rid Of Your Politics A new approach for 2019. By John Watson A new year, a new start, time to reflect, an opportunity to draw a line under the bad habits and to replace them with better ones. What is it to be then? Getting up a little earlier? Less fags… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: Forget Your Politics
10 January 2019 Diary of a Corbynista Christmas spirit evaporates by Don Urquhart 20 December I’ve installed King Wenceslas behind Window 20 of the Corbynista Advent Calendar. This 9th Century Bohemian monarch famously instituted his own food bank and went out into the crisp even snow to reel in a customer. So I watched Politics… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: Diary of a Corbynista
10 January 2019 Build Up This Wall! Fencing in the US. By J R Thomas Happy New Year Mr President! And it started well enough with the announcement by Senator Elizabeth Warren that she intends to run for the Democrat nomination for President in 2020, showing how much a person of the people she is… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: Build Up The Wall!
10 January 2019 What Can a Bear Buy? A lack of investment safe havens. By Frank O’Nomics Regardless of whether you think there is value in markets, the huge level of geopolitical uncertainty and wild volatility of most asset classes encourages taking a step back and adopting a defensive investment stance. After a December where… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: What Can A Bear Buy?
10 January 2019 Alone or Lonely? Communities in 21st century Britain. By Lynda Goetz Margaret Thatcher famously said ‘there is no such thing as society’, a comment which was seized upon and widely misinterpreted by the Left. However, what most people forget when they remember the quote is how it continues, which is as follows;… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: Alone or Lonely?
10 January 2019 Not My Favourite Movies, misery and sexual politics. By Neil Tidmarsh Fancy two hours of misery? No? Don’t go to see The Favourite, then. Here, a deeply unhappy Queen Anne, a bullying Sarah Duchess of Marlborough and her ruthlessly ambitious cousin Abigail are a selfish, irresponsible and petty trio – poisonous, poisoning… Continue reading Issue 184: 2019 01 10: Not My Favourite
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