Click on the image above to find out more information about the launch of our Eighth Issue, taking place at The Goose, Selly Oak, at 7:00pm on Monday 16th March!



The Ills of Globalisation‘ by Michael Curzon & Ewan Gillings


Why We Need The Free Speech Union’ by Toby Young

Social Justice and Bernie Sanders‘ by Taylor A. Francis

Don’t Like How the Table is Set? Turn it Over: The Importance of Political Participation‘ by Matthew Pearson

Immanentizing the Eschaton: Remembering William F. Buckley Jr.‘ by Niles Moon

HS2: A Complicated Infrastrcutre Connundrum‘, by William Parker

A Victory for Democracy and a Victory for Parliament – Lessons from the 2017-2019 Parliament‘ by Thomas Fogerty & Louise Fogerty

Should Conservatives Really Be Attacking the BBC‘ by Chamberlain


Why The French Love Striking‘ by Carla Pujol


Birmingham City Council’s Phoney War Against Cars‘ by Michael Rowe

The Condemnation of the Car in City Centres‘ by Samuel Roberts

The Worship of Mammon: Christianity and Charity‘ by Ewan Gillings

Literature Corner: Poems and Quotes from Novels

REVIEW: Claire Fox’s ‘I Still Find That Offensive!’ (2018) By Ruby Sampson

REVIEW: Coralie Fargeat’s ‘Revenge’ (2017) by Matthew Bruce

Views on the Left

Calm Down, There Is No Free Speech Crisis‘ by Peter Tutykhin

Why We Should Consider a Federal Britain‘ by Megan Cole

After a Historical Drubbing, Is There a Future For the Liberal Democrats?‘ By Billy Thompson


The Social Dimension is Conservative – Individualism is Not‘ by William Clouston


The Economics of Coronavirus‘ by Oliver Stanley

The Unfortunate Issues of Housing‘ by Michael Psaras


Verdun and The Somme: The Birth of Metal Warfare‘ by Luke Perry