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Top Five Speeches of 2011

Nick Denys

2nd January 2012

Let’s be honest. This has not been a great year for British political speeches. It is of course unfair of me to expect every year to produce the equivalent of Read more

Britain is still in the EU game

Nick Denys

16th December 2011

Last week was not a finale. It was the opening gambit in the decision making process that will shape the future of our continent.  I am glad that Britain will Read more

Michael Gove on Conservatism and Education

Nick Denys

14th December 2011

Last week Michael Gove was invited by the Conservative Christian Fellowship to give the annual Wilburforce Address. The whole speech is worth reading if you want to understand how a Read more

EU argument framed by French election

Nick Denys

9th December 2011

There has been plenty of excitement over yesterday’s EU summit but neither Euro-sceptics or Euro-philes should read to much ideological significance into our use of the veto.  Cameron acted in Read more

Can Labour ever mean business?

Nick Denys

2nd December 2011

Business is an important tool for social mobility. Or it should be. On the evening of November 30, the day of the public sector strike, I crossed a dark square Read more

 
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