This article explains and analyses the issue of public apology and Trudeau; why we should accept, how changing positions can be good, populism, why you should never apologise today, and why that’s wrong.
This article will cover the more activist perspectives; utilitarianism and Rawls, as well as provide graphical representation towards their policies, and some reviews, critiques, and benefits to each ideology.
This first article covers the following perspectives on public policy decision making, through perspectives Pareto, Edgeworth, Kaldor-Hicks, and Okun. We consider efficiency, equality, ‘goodness’, or ‘badness’
This article will display the academic and economic evidence that low- and semi-skilled immigration into the United Kingdom depresses wages and employment in those industries, which are under current threat by automation.
This article shall cover legalising drugs, the responsibilities of government for public health, private insurance or national health service, the effects of tobacco, the purpose of regulation, and imprisonment from drug offences.
This article shall cover the third part of the Libertarian Party UK Manifesto: Immigration. Covered is immigration policy, effects on wages and employment, types of immigrants, and morality of policies in the United Kingdom.
The Libertarian Policies on Laws and Courts. In this article, we shall be covering the Home Affairs policies of the UK Libertarian Party. In this part, we discuss laws, Parliamentary privilege, and the court system.
The tagline is: Freedom and Responsibility. In this article, we shall be covering the Home Affairs policies of the UK Libertarian Party. In this part, we discuss prison and sentencing policies, and issues with reducing the prison population.
This novella looks at the trade war, the history, the factors, the reasons, the actors, and the likely results of the G20 meeting, Sino-U.S. trade war, and their economies. It will explain the natural difficulties in a significant trade deal.
In this article, we are going to take a variety of factors and analyse them using linear regression to see the relationship between differing factors and the rise of populist and nationalist parties in the European Election 2019, including both native and foreign unemployment, real GDP growth, asylum applications, and existing Islamic presence.
We have seen the hollowing out of the centre in preference to fringe parties. This article will cover the results of the European Election 2019, as well as present the circumstances that allowed this to happen, and what we can expect in the future. We shall cover the results across all of Europe, the role of the European Parliament, note some domestic issues that may have brought it up, notice the link with asylum seekers and populism.