The fifth print issue of Bournbrook Magazine will be available from 15th September 2019. For information on how to purchase your own copy (£3), click here.
The following articles will feature in the issue:
From the Cover
~ The Police Delusion, and Why We Should Bring Back the Beat, by Michael Curzon.
~ Trade, Tribulations and Triumphs: Is Free Trade our Post-Brexit Destiny? By Taylor A. Francis.
~ In Defence of Defence, by Sam Baker.
~ A Voice of Clarity and Reason in a Sea of Triviality: Something Worth Listening to on the BBC, by Michael Psaras.
~ The Next National Service, by Ruby Sampson.
~ Want to Solve Crime? Time for Terror, by Darcy Clements.
~ Dope’s for Dopes: The Catastrophic Reality of Drug Legalisation, by Richard Thomas.
~ The Tanker Wars 2.0: The Unnecessary Escalation Between the US and Iran, by Dan Mountain.
~ What A Carry On!… The Supposed Revival of a Bygone Series, by Matthew Bruce.
~ Literature Corner, featuring a poem by Jake Scott.
~ Luke Perry reviews Ben Shapiro’s ‘The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great.’
~ Phoenix from the Ashes: How the Great Fire of London Sparked an Architectural Revolution, by Jake Scott.
Views on the Left
- Time to Take on Big Tech, by Peter Tutykhin.
- No Matter Who Governs Britain After A No-Deal Brexit, Everyone Loses, by Billy Thompson.
- How to Try and Stop Brexit: A Short Guide by a Concerned Student, by Tobias Soar.
- An interview with Patrick O’Flynn, former UKIP MEP, current member of the SDP, by Michael Curzon.
- Why ‘Abolishing Eton’ Could Devastate Education in the UK, by Hattie Faulkner.
- UK Pensions: A Ticking Time Bomb? By Oliver Stanley.
- Sola Fide, Sola Scripture, Sola Gratia: The Merits of Reformation Thought, by Ewan Gillings.