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    Christmas: a time for sharing

    The sharing economy is bringing undreamt of prosperity to millions of people around the world ­ and good service to many millions more. As is usually the case when progress offers great benefits, it is, of course, being bitterly opposed by vested interests who see it as a threat to their hold over consumers

    by Simon Richards - 12 December 2014
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    Baroness Jenkin Was Right: She’s Just Too Late

    The state subsidising the food bank debacle is ridiculous; it keeps people on tangible, edible dependency which exacerbates the situation further

    by William Hanley - 12 December 2014
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    More outrageous EU demands

    Whenever Eurocrats realise their ambitious spending commitments cannot be fulfilled, they casually raid Britain’s coffers while our political classes do little more than fake outrage and horror. It will only stop of we get Britain out

    by Alan Murad - 12 December 2014
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    UKIP is now motivated by prejudices against foreigners, gays, and Muslims

    In an exclusive article, UKIP’s founder Alan Sked says The EU, it turns out, is as intellectually bankrupt as Nigel Farage. Indeed, it positively deserves him. He is its mirror image

    by Alan Sked - 12 December 2014
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    Why Obama’s foreign policy is dangerous

    From Iran to Syria to Ukraine and beyond, Obama’s minimalist foreign policy has done great harm to America and the world. The Obama doctrine is what Bret Stephens calls The Retreat Doctrine, and the West's enemies love it

    by Taylor Dibbert - 12 December 2014