Dan Hind’s clarion call for a return of the spirit of the radical political tradition rooted in English republicanism is compromised by his suspicion towards private interests.
Twentysomething Brits shouldn’t have to provide state-backed ID in order to purchase a glass of wine or can of beer.
Yes, we need a better drinking culture: one where alcohol consumption is not seen as a social problem.
Free-marketeers idolise Ayn Rand because they far prefer her imaginary, heroic capitalists to the snivelling, mendacious capitalist class of today.
Maybe one reason why free-marketeers idolise Ayn Rand is because they far prefer her imaginary heroic capitalists to the snivelling and mendacious capitalist class of today.
Must-reads from the past week
We have forgotten that John Calvin was not only a severe Christian but also a key figure in the intellectual making of the modern world.
Giving police the arbitrary power to prevent people from drinking in public is an attack on everyday freedom.
‘Calvinist’ has become a dirty word, used to describe especially dour people. We have forgotten that John Calvin was not only a severe Christian but also a key figure in the intellectual making of the modern world.
Media-friendly, gimmicky and pointless: New Labour’s ID cards scheme provides a fitting testament to its time in office.
A new report by YouGov and ASH confuses acquiescence to the smoking ban with support for official interference.