Category Archives: Good Society

Overzealous restrictions are destroying London’s entertainment industry

The council continually favours rich new tenants over long-standing independent businesses.

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Disabled people wait 118,000 years longer than IDS intended

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900,000 disabled people are waiting a combined 118,000 years longer than intended for assessments and decisions on crucial support.

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Free speech is a right, but a platform is not

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The OSFL debate is not about censorship, but about our right to express dissatisfaction about an event happening at our university.

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The problem in Britain isn’t a ‘Westminster elite’, it’s poor social mobility all round

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Politics is merely one of a number of professions that are increasingly dominated by the upper crust of British society.

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What the left should take from Rochester and Strood

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Majorities have group identities just like minorities, and that’s fine.

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UKIP can’t always be all things to all people

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The more concretely we paint UKIP as a pointless third-rate Thatcher tribute band, the more effective it will prove.

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A decade on from the ban, fox hunting is still thriving

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If we send the message that police and politicians can turn a blind eye to illegal behaviour simply because they don’t like the law, the entire justice system is undermined.

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Band Aid may be nauseating, but does it even matter?

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Is anybody seriously suggesting that those fighting Ebola don’t accept Geldof’s contribution?

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High rents to leave 6 million in poverty by 2040

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Half of those who live in private rented homes will be living in poverty by 2040 if current trends continue.

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