NINTH PRINT ISSUE

Available from 15th May 2020.

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Contents

From the Cover

‘The Changing of the Tide: There is Hope Yet’, by Taylor A. Francis

Comment

‘Coronavirus and Our Failing Institutions’, by Michael Curzon

‘On Faith and Politics’, by Luke Doherty

‘Against the Abolition of the House of Lords’, by Thomas McKenna

‘Healthy Minds, Healthy Lives: Mental Health Post-Coronavirus’, by Ruby Sampson

‘Virtual Parliament: Success or Failure?’ By Michael Rowe

‘The Left’s Crumbling Monopoly Over the Working Class’, by Hayden Lewis

World

‘The Uyghur Archipelago’, by Luke Perry

‘Divided America: The Electoral Threat of Joe Biden’, by William Parker

Culture

‘The Individualist Society: The Other Virus That’s Been Exposed by This Crisis’, by Bradley Goodwin

Literature Corner: Poetry by Alison Houston, and quotes from novels

REVIEW: Boethius’ ‘The Consolation of Philosophy’, by Matthew Pearson

REVIEW: Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’, by Luke Perry

REVIEW: ‘The Guilty’, by Matthew Bruce

Views on the Left

‘Civil Liberties Report Exposes Vast Extent of Police Overreach’, by Peter Tutykhin

‘In Defence of Student Politics’, by Hermione Rose

‘Universities Should Focus on the Experiences of their Disadvantaged Students’, by Megan Cole

Guest

‘An Interview with Author and Journalist Peter Hitchens’, by Michael Curzon

Economics

‘Let’s Get Fiscal: The Future of Government Spending’, by Dominic Selby

‘Do We Really Need Landlords?’ By Oliver Stanley

History

‘A Monarch of Equality and Diversity?’ By Michael Psaras

‘King James Version: Celebrating the Best Bible Translation’, by Ewan Gillings