SIXTH PRINT ISSUE

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Available 15th November.

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Click on the image above to find out more information about our Launch Event for the Sixth Print Issue, at the Goose in Selly Oak, 561 Bristol Road, B29 6AF.

Cover Story

The Age of Woke‘ by Michael Curzon and Ewan Gillings

Comment

The BBC License Fee: Time for Reform?‘ By Michael Rowe

Law, Justice and Security: Lessons from Hungary‘ by Richard Seed

Dominic Cummings and the Pragmatic Way Forward‘ by Charlton Sayer

Why Disregard for the Importance of Marriage Can Only Lead to Catastrophe‘ by Luke Perry

A Proposal for NHS Reform‘ by Robert Higgerson

Some Thoughts on the Future of the Conservative Party‘ by Thomas Loughborough-Rudd

The Odd Relationship: A Comparison of British and American Conservatism‘ by Taylor A. Francis

Is the Conservative Party Taking the Safeguarding of Young People Seriously?’ By Lukhani Rogol

World

China’s Social Control Policy: An Exercise in Wrongthink‘ by Luke Perry

Culture

The Decline and Fall of the Pub‘ by Ewan Gillings

The Emperor’s New Shoes: Fast Fashion’s Mockery of Tradition‘ by Taylor A. Francis

Literature Corner: Poetry and Quotes from Novels

REVIEW: ‘Douglas Murray’s ‘The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity‘ by Michael Psaras

REVIEW: ‘Todd Phillips’ ‘The Joker‘ by Michael Curzon

Guest

In Conversation With: Michael Knowles, American Conservative Commentator and Author‘ by Niles Moon

Views on the Left

A World Aflame‘ by Peter Tutykhin

Eco, Not Ego: Climate Change and Education‘ by the University of Birmingham Extinction Rebellion Group

The Time Has Come for Radical Systematic Change: The Alternative is Catastrophe‘ by Alex Nettle

Economics

The Conservatives: The Party of Sound Economics?‘ By Oliver Stanley

History

Little Did I Know: A Visit to Auschwitz‘ by Michael Curzon

The Beginning of the End: The Great War and the Decline of Christianity‘ by Michael Psaras