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The Harrogate Agenda: Chartists revisited

“Whether, indeed, the house of commons be in a great measure filled with idle school-boys, insignificant coxcombs, led-captains and toad-eaters, profligates, gamblers, bankrupts, beggars, contractors, commissaries, public plunderers, ministerial dependants,...

The Harrogate Agenda: the EU framework

Booker and I have often referred to the establishment of the European Union as a slow-motion coup d’état, a revolution by any other name. And if it is really the case that the EU is the fruit of a revolution, that makes eurosceptics – almost by definition –...

The Harrogate Agenda: workshops

What intrigued me more than anything about that launch was that, even with the high powered brains behind this anti-euro party, they still hadn’t defined their main objective – whether they should go for the abolition of the single currency or shrink the...
The Harrogate Agenda: a franchise affair

The Harrogate Agenda: a franchise affair

In the months following the first meeting of what we have come to call The Harrogate Agenda (THA), I have been careful not to push it too often on the grounds that over-exposure will simply invoke an adverse reaction. We are under no illusions that, when it comes to...
The Harrogate Agenda: a foundation year

The Harrogate Agenda: a foundation year

The Harrogate Agenda: a foundation year Richard North, 10/03/2013    Follow @eureferendum After launching the idea of the Harrogate Agenda last year, with the publication and subsequent approval of our six demands, things on the surface have been quiet – and...

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