The Harrogate Agenda: and so to Oslo

Before we go any further, let me give you a date for your diary – Saturday 19 October. This will be our very first workshop – an intensive one-day course on The Harrogate Agenda at the Cairns Hotel in Harrogate, which is now in the advanced stage of planning.At this...
Crime: a contempt for justice

Crime: a contempt for justice

Crime: a contempt for justiceRichard North, 28/07/2013    Follow @eureferendum Autonomous Mind weighs into the debate with a piece about the selectivity of the police in defining the crimes they investigate.In the corporate worlds of modern police forces, it is no...

EU politics: a welcome recruit?

One should not be at all churlish when Helena Morrissey, a member of the glittering ceo-cracy, turns round and supports the “EU out” campaign. After all, a vote is a vote, whoever it comes from. In that limited sense, why she wants to leave is of little...

Booker: of Norway and other things

Only two pieces in Booker today – one big story about how the family courts are “spinning” a new set of guidelines in an attempt to demonstrate that they are to be more open. Yet, as we see, nothing very much has changed.The second story picks up on some...

Brexit: lex specialis

Those of you who read Eurofacts this week will have noticed a useful letter from Niall Warry on Article 50, telling us that we should be promoting its use unless we want to lose the referendum when it is called.Less helpful is a letter from Prof. Stephen Bush, who...

EU politics: employment without frontiers

From a propaganda point of view, the story in today’s Telegraph is very much grist to the mill – albeit less than helpful in improving our understanding of what is going on.Under the headline, “UK jobs being advertised across the EU at taxpayers’...

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