SEVENTH ISSUE

Available 15th January.

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LAUNCH EVENT

Click on the image above to find out more information about the launch event for the Seventh Issue, taking place at 7pm on Monday 20th January at The Goose, Selly Oak!

Editorial

What Next For Labour?’ By Ewan Gillings

Comment

The Remoaners That Won: Our Out-of-Touch Political Class‘ by Taylor A. Francis

The Politics of Free Stuff‘ by William Parker

In Defence of the House of Lords‘ by Michael Rowe

Plato and Populism: Why we Need Proportional Representation‘ by Ewan Gillings

Harnessing Divine Power: Lessons from ‘The Temptation of Christ’‘ by Luke Perry

World

Peace in Afghanistan?‘ By Dan Mountain

Culture

Give Them a Centimetre and They Will Take a Kilometre: Why the Imperial System is Still Worth Reviving‘ by Michael Psaras

The Purging and Resurgence of Brutalism‘ by Samuel Roberts

Literature Corner: Poetry and Quotes from Novels

REVIEW: Tim Marshall’s ‘Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics‘ (2015) by Peter Tutykhin

REVIEW: Bill Condon’s ‘The Good Liar by Matthew Bruce

REVIEW: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at Birmingham Symphony Hall by Michael Curzon

Views on the Left

Arise Boris, King of the Ashes!‘ By Peter Tutykhin

The Pedestal Held for Women Leaders is Often Their Downfall‘ by Hermione Rose Peace

Guest

An Interview with Charles C. W. Cooke, editor of NationalReview.com’ by Niles Moon

Economics

Regions Matter: Why National Averages Don’t Tell It How It Is‘ by Dominic Selby

Tech Giants and How to Deal With Them‘ by Oliver Stanley

History

Failure Disguised as Success: Forty-Five Years Since Thatcher Became Tory Leader‘ by Michael Psaras

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