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This is making a useful point about the arguments for public ownership of the major natural monopolies such as water, energy, transport, communications. These industries all vital to life. No one has a choice about whether to consume them or not. As such they should be run in such a way as to be accountable […]

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This is an excellent report into Public Space Protection Orders from the Manifesto Club. A few extracts: On one Council which has introduced a ban on parking outside a school the report says: There is a similar issue with Havering Council’s ban on parents parking outside schools. No doubt the surge of the school run […]

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This is an article by academic Stephane J Bale in which she discusses Foucault’s ideas about biopolitics and how his ideas about an excessive pre-occuptation with the health of the population might explain current European responses to the refugee crisis. One small quibble; the author mentions that Germany is an exception to a trend of […]

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This is an unusually insightful piece. The theme is the attack on masculinity in the West. The author links this to the weak response to sex crimes by immigrants. Given that masculine virtues are effectively outlawed in the the West – the West is struggling to find a response. Incidentally – the problem of visitors […]

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