June 2019 Articles

Istanbul has rekindled Turkey’s fight against religious autocracy
Istanbul has rekindled Turkey’s fight against religious autocracy
Istanbul is one of the most famous cities in the world, on account of a storied history encompassing myriad great [...]
June 26, 2019
Through the smoke: The legal path to Britain’s cannabis market
Through the smoke: The legal path to Britain’s cannabis market
The great and the good of the global cannabis industry (which, for those behind the curve on such things, is [...]
June 26, 2019
DEBATE: Is the obsessive focus from politicians on increasing home ownership misguided?
DEBATE: Is the obsessive focus from politicians on increasing home ownership misguided?
Is the obsessive focus from politicians on increasing home ownership misguided? Clive Docwra, managing director of McBains, says YES. Politicians [...]
June 26, 2019
Tragedy awaits if we don’t bridge the gap between beliefs and reality in the NHS
Tragedy awaits if we don’t bridge the gap between beliefs and reality in the NHS
A tragic story over the weekend revealed how a man who died of lung cancer was failed abysmally by the [...]
June 26, 2019
The special Anglo-American relationship is still worth celebrating – and defending
The special Anglo-American relationship is still worth celebrating – and defending
To understand how close the relationship between Britain and America really is, consider a conversation that took place in December [...]
June 25, 2019
DEBATE: Will character matter more  than policy detail in the Tory leadership contest?
DEBATE: Will character matter more than policy detail in the Tory leadership contest?
Will character matter more than policy detail in the Tory leadership contest? Alex Deane, a Conservative commentator, says YES. Our [...]
June 25, 2019
Heathrow expansion is taking off – now let’s inject some competition into aviation
Heathrow expansion is taking off – now let’s inject some competition into aviation
It is an airport running at full capacity – and has been for years. Now at last, with the parliamentary [...]
June 25, 2019
The UK and India: Moving forward together
The UK and India: Moving forward together
India and the UK have more than 200 years of shared history characterised by democratic traditions, connected cultural institutions, and [...]
June 25, 2019
Building a Britain that is fit for the future
Building a Britain that is fit for the future
The ability to control immigration and secure our borders was an important part of why many people voted to leave [...]
June 25, 2019
The definition of a think tank is up for debate
The definition of a think tank is up for debate
Do you know what a think tank is, and can you name one? An amusing survey published yesterday revealed a [...]
June 25, 2019
The ‘Brics’ concept is a lazy and misguided tool for assessing emerging markets
The ‘Brics’ concept is a lazy and misguided tool for assessing emerging markets
Seen in hindsight, the “Brics” concept was the perfect analytical tool for our lazy age, making one big point that [...]
June 24, 2019
Boris must remember his success as a pro-business London mayor
Boris must remember his success as a pro-business London mayor
As the final two leadership candidates embark on a tour of the country to sell their vision for Britain to [...]
June 24, 2019
DEBATE: Is the focus on modern methods of construction to increase housebuilding misplaced?
DEBATE: Is the focus on modern methods of construction to increase housebuilding misplaced?
Is the focus on modern methods of construction to increase housebuilding misplaced? Chris Stanley, housing manager at Concrete Block Association, [...]
June 24, 2019
Dagenham Dock could be the perfect new home for the City’s historic food markets
Dagenham Dock could be the perfect new home for the City’s historic food markets
Since the Middle Ages, three iconic wholesale food markets have served Londoners with a range of fresh produce, even as [...]
June 24, 2019