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THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW | EU BUDGET AFTER BREXIT | UKRAINE 2018

Political life in Ukraine in the coming months will be determined by the election calendar and the international situation, and above all Russia’s relations with the West. In 2019, presidential elections (March) and parliamentary elections (October) should take place. The preparations for both of these events will determine political life in Ukraine in 2018, and will also affect the attitude of politicians in Kiev towards the conflict with Russia.

23.09.2017.  READ MORE

THE WARSAW INSTITUTE REVIEW | EU Budget after Brexit

In 2020, decisions will be made by the relevant bodies of the European Union, which will sanction its financial outlook for the years 2021-2027. The organization’s annual budgets will be constructed over the next seven years based on this framework.

23.09.2017.  READ MORE

The Warsaw Institute Review | Modern Patriotism

What characterizes the most dynamic and often the richest economies in the world? What is the common denominator that links diverse countries such as the U.S., Japan, South Korea and Germany – countries with their own traditions, history, culture and differing social and political systems and geography, playing the role of the economic hegemons of the modern world?

26.07.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

The market doesn’t corrupt morals – socialism does - Talleyrand holds the key to untangling this Brexit mess - Quantitative easing has outstayed its welcome - How bitcoin can help fight poverty in Africa - Why Game of Thrones is really a battle of ideas

24.07.2017.  READ MORE

The Warsaw Institute Review | Central Eastern Europe Innovators Summit

The Polish economy, destroyed by communism, for years did not have suitable conditions to function on the basis of its own technology. Today, thanks to the fourth industrial revolution, Poland has a historical opportunity to build its own new brand in the world markets

20.07.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

The case for free-market anticapitalism - It’s time to rethink foreign aid - Britain needs to bridge divisions, not open borders - Is digital technology making politics impossible? - Obamacare doesn’t work. What should replace it?

18.07.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

A transitional deal is a small price to pay for a successful Brexit - How we disrupted the world of medical funding - Can we be saved from the Grave New World? - How competition can save the West - Corbyn is following the Trump playbook. And it’s working

10.07.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Margaret Thatcher knew that without security there is no prosperity - What the rest of the world can learn from Hong Kong - Why the world needs more immigration - The Left is wrong about Kansas – tax cuts matter - Is social mobility beyond the government’s control?

05.07.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Travis Kalanick, Uber and the cutting edge of capitalism - Emmanuel Macron is finally showing his true colours - Britain needs visionary thinking. Where are the visionaries? - Even Marx understood the importance of factories - Europe is more divided than Brussels would have you believe

24.06.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Calm down – Brexit is still on course - Manifesto for a New American Liberalism - What Milton Friedman can teach the Tories - Want to raise workers’ wages? Then buy what they make - The EU’s euro clearing plan is an act of protectionist self-harm

17.06.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

What do the election results mean for Britain’s economy? - Globalisation is in peril. Defend it with all your might - Can Albania be saved from narco-government? - John Curtice on the secrets of election night

12.06.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

How can Labour’s leaders be in thrall to Marx? - This election is only postponing the big questions - Land Value Tax is a great idea – but it’ll never happen - Pakistan cannot build its way to prosperity - Will Bitcoin always bounce back?

02.06.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Threaten our way of life? The terrorists have barely made a dent - Inside the cruellest country in the world - Erdogan’s authoritarianism is fuelled by resentment - The truth about inequality in Britain - Only the rule of law can break the poverty cycle

27.05.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Theresa May and the battle for the Conservative Party’s soul - Venezuela's lesson for young socialists - Keynes would scoff at the logic of today’s anti-austerity brigade - Only the market can save our public services - How Macron can fix France’s despair

19.05.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

What Warren Buffett gets wrong about capitalism - Labour's manifesto takes the voters for fools - Moon's Sunshine Policy is just appeasement - Will the rainbow nation end up on the ash heap of history? - Is colonising space economically viable?

15.05.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Socialism's true legacy is immorality - Greece can never pay its debts. So why not admit it? - What do French millennials see in Le Pen? - Don't demonise payday lenders - let them help tackle poverty

08.05.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

What does it mean to be poor today? - What Paul Ryan wants from Europe - Give women the freedom to fix poverty - May has given Britain the election it desperately needed - It's not inequality that gets people angry - it's unfairness

27.04.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Globalisation is slashing inequality - here's how - Hiding skeletons in the closet is bad for business - The East African famine shows how we're getting aid wrong - Lessons the IMF can learn from its mistakes in - Let them drink coffee - from disposable cups

31.03.2017.  READ MORE

UK Prime Minister’s letter to Donald Tusk triggering Article 50

Prime Minister Theresa May has written to European Council President Donald Tusk to notify him of the UK’s intention to leave the EU.

29.03.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Friedrich Hayek and the collective brain - Free speech is being shut down in South Africa - What is the French for entrepreneur? - Refugees need jobs not blankets - Can Britain overcome its innovation inertia?

27.03.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Scottish independence is about identity, not economics - Five graphs that will change your mind about poverty - Can Merkel and Trump work together? - Antisemitism is once more a force in Western politics - Francois Fillon: The man who just won't quit

20.03.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Where was the Chancellor's reforming zeal? - The capitalist who knew capitalism was only a third of what we need - Japan has much to lose from a US-China bust-up - Why the West can’t let Afghanistan go

10.03.2017.  READ MORE

New Direction hosted the Hon. Tony Abbott MP, former Prime Minister of Australia

The breakfast’s conversation centred around solutions to current crises in Europe.

10.03.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Triumphant Theresa May is reshaping British politics

06.03.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Theresa May’s Britain is starting to look like a safe haven - Brands make the economic world go round - How the market is taking on climate change - It's time to cut Greece loose

17.02.2017.  READ MORE

Latest News from partner CAP X

Economic war between the UK and EU is in no one's interest - Trump and Bannon see the world through blood-splattered spectacles - China’s road to diplomatic dominance

10.02.2017.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Workers are losing out as monopolies corner the market - Somaliland is a lesson in how to build a nation without aid - Economic illiteracy is helping the bad guys win

03.02.2017.  READ MORE

Latest News from partner CAP X

How to build a proper African free trade area - Could 2017 be the year of the super-hack? - Here's the real truth about inequality - Can India withstand the turbulent year ahead? - Are Chinese enterprises being taxed to death?

18.01.2017.  READ MORE

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Plan for Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May set out the Plan for Britain, including the 12 priorities that the UK government will use to negotiate Brexit. New Direction invites you to read it.

17.01.2017.  READ MORE

What is really happening in Poland

Vice Chairman of the ECR Group Prof. Ryszard Legutko MEP and President of New Direction Tomasz Poręba MEP discuss what is really happening in Poland regarding to the Constitutional Tribunal. Read this essential anwser to last Timmermans's article on Poland.

13.12.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Why the Left should embrace the sharing economy - Don't worry, Italy won't bring down the banking system - What can Britain learn from the world’s best schools? - The far Right is far from finished in Austria - Private healthcare in rural India is cheaper and better

12.12.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Italy’s referendum is a choice between stagnation and catastrophe - Fidel Castro and the wilful blindness of the Left - Skyscanner’s sale shows Britain is open to Chinese business - Meet Johannesburg’s unlikely new 'capitalist crusader' - The pursuit of Danish happiness

02.12.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Western capitalism is broken – here’s how to fix it - Ukraine’s unhappy anniversary - Why have young Americans lost confidence in their country? - Fake news is not going anywhere soon

25.11.2016.  READ MORE

THERESA MAY | FREE MARKETS CONTINUE TO BE THE BEST WAY TO CREATE PROSPERITY

If we believe in capitalism, free markets and free trade, we must be prepared to adapt and change, writes Prime Minister May.

21.11.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

If Trump declares a trade war, China will fight back - At the Marrakech climate conference, Trump casts a chilling shadow - Britain’s relationship with India must be about more than trade - It’s official: Western politics is now defunct - Rethinking overpopulation

18.11.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Why we must make the moral case for free trade - Losing hearts and minds – the failed drug war in Afghanistan - Zuma’s disastrous rule goes on as a corrupt elite robs South Africa blind - The door is closing on peace in Columbia

14.11.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Georgia and the politics of personality - How the West should punish Putin - Don’t fear the population explosion, human ingenuity will feed us all - Is social media creating a Stasi capitalism?

04.11.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM PARTNER CAP X

Profit shouldn’t be a dirty word in drug development - Merkel’s party slumps, but don’t count her out for 2017 - Using coffee grounds to save lives - Uganda’s refugees enriched Britain. Could Syria’s do the same?

28.09.2016.  READ MORE

Germany and the EU cannot afford to drive hard bargain over Brexit

In his latest article, Dr Gunnar Beck discusses future Brexit negotiations. Dr Gunnar Beck is a barrister and reader in EU law & Legal Theory at the University of London.

22.09.2016.  READ MORE

Latest News from partner CAP X

Seven ways in which human ingenuity helps the planet - Hooray! It turns out that capitalism works after all - Theresa May has the power to curb tax avoidance – she should use it - Mao’s legacy suggests a path for change in China - How Oxfam gets it wrong on equality -

19.09.2016.  READ MORE

Latest News from partner CAP X

How we are beating hunger in 5 graphs - Three things you need to know about Polish immigration - How the sharing economy is transforming lives in Indonesia - Trade should be at the top of Temer's To Do list -

12.09.2016.  READ MORE

Latest News from partner CAP X

Australian government in turmoil as vote count continues - The rise and fall of the democratic ideal

08.07.2016.  READ MORE

Indivisible Security

Polish MEP Anna Fotyga reflects on the history of the security of her country and provides compelling advice on how NATO can strengthen its deterrence and defence against Russia.

07.07.2016.  READ MORE

A NATO fit for purpose

In light of the upcoming NATO Warsaw Summit, Anders Fogh Rasmussen discusses the increasing threat that Russia poses on Europe's Eastern Flank and gives his opinion on the action that NATO should take to secure the region's future.

06.07.2016.  READ MORE

Warsaw NATO Summit: Time to act

Tomasz Poręba discusses the ever-growing threat coming from Russia and the importance of the upcoming Warsaw NATO Summit in order to strengthen Europe’s eastern border.

05.07.2016.  READ MORE

LATEST NEWS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE WITH PARTNERS CAP X

Is China facing a New Cultural Revolution? - Ukraine is in geopolitical limbo, but is drifting Westwards - Rajoy now willing to lead a minority government - Liberty and Austrian economics in the principality of Liechtenstein

01.07.2016.  READ MORE

E!Sharp |  The Digital Economy: Still regulating from the analogue era

Roslyn Layton discusses investment in telecom infrastructure and the role of regulators on the market

01.07.2016.  READ MORE

Latest News From Across The Globe With Partners Cap X

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

24.06.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

18.06.2016.  READ MORE

Security in Europe - How to Change the Negative Trend

Defence Minister of Poland writes about Russia and the future of NATO : "Russia defines and achieves its goals in a different way. Russia does not accept any norms or values which were made up beyond its territory. Russia is now the biggest threat for the global security.”

17.06.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

12.06.2016.  READ MORE

NEW EUROPE | EU MUST BE ATTENTIVE TO US PRIVACY OBSTACLES

In his latest article, Amjad Bashir discusses data protection and its impact on EU-US relationship.

06.06.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

03.06.2016.  READ MORE

Centralism, Corruption and Underdevelopment - Romania’s Way Out

Dr Adrian Papahgi explores how centralism and fake decentralisation have brought problems to EU regions and why the EU should return to its original design by being a body that promotes subsidiarity.

01.06.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

27.05.2016.  READ MORE

Time to deliver on the Digital Single Market

It is high time to deliver on the promises of the Digital Single Market (DSM). It will fuel European economic growth, and a way to make the everyday life of businesses and consumers easier, writes Tomasz Poręba.

24.05.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

22.05.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

13.05.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

06.05.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

29.04.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

22.04.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

17.04.2016.  READ MORE

Subsidiarity Bringing our Work Closer to Citizens

Sajjad Karim's article examines the principle of subsidiarity and the role of national parliaments. Sajjad Karim's Annual reports 2012-2013 on Subsidiarity and Proportionality will be discussed and voted by the EP this week.

11.04.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

11.04.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

04.04.2016.  READ MORE

New Direction representation at the Raisina Dialogue in Delhi

Geoffrey Van Orden MEP and Prof. Michael Clarke represented New Direction at the "Raisina Dialogue" in Delhi 1-3 March 2016 looking at key strategic issues in Asia.

22.03.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

18.03.2016.  READ MORE

EU Commission failing to properly enforce trade agreements

The EU will not reap the full benefits of foreign trade unless the Commission improves its handling of trade complaints, warns Ian Duncan.

18.03.2016.  READ MORE

Let the inquiry into the Volkswagen emissions scandal begin

New Direction Secretary General Dr Ian Duncan MEP highlights that despite its rhetoric, the European Commission has not been stringent enough on enforcing emissions regulation as shown in the Volkswagen emissions scandal.

11.03.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

11.03.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

04.03.2016.  READ MORE

An EU Subsidiarity Court as a Means to Keep the ECJ in Check

The author, Pieter Cleppe, discusses the idea of having a EU Subsidiarity Court as a means to keep the ECJ in check.

04.03.2016.  READ MORE

The late Supreme Justice Scalia leaves US climate policy on life support

ND Secretary General Ian Duncan MEP examines why President Obama's 'Clean Power Plan' has been derailed by the late US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

26.02.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

26.02.2016.  READ MORE

Russian influence in Bulgaria - a threat to Europe?

The attitudes toward Russia in Bulgarian politics, society and economy reveal modern Russian foreign policy undermining European solidarity. Tomasz Poręba discusses the Russian interference in European affairs through the Bulgarian case.

26.02.2016.  READ MORE

PM’s statement following Cabinet meeting on EU settlement: 20 February 2016

The PM made a statement in Downing Street on Saturday 20th following a Cabinet meeting on Britain's new settlement with the European Union.

22.02.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

19.02.2016.  READ MORE

The Euro-Rescue Policy and Brexit

The Eurozone crisis has had profound implications for the functioning of the European Union. Not being a part of it does not make Britain immune to the consequences of its crisis.

19.02.2016.  READ MORE

Subsidiarity: The only way forward

President of New Direction Tomasz Poręba is delighted to invite you to read his last Oped published on Euractiv on the principle of subsidiarity which should be understood as a means to strengthen regional and local political power. Tomasz Poręba discusses the problem of the misinterpretation of this key EU provision.

16.02.2016.  READ MORE

THIS WEEK’S MUST READ NEWS FROM CAPX | NEW DIRECTION

New Direction | The Foundation for European Reform is an international partner of CapX, a new digital service which commissions and aggregates the best news on popular capitalism from around the world.

05.02.2016.  READ MORE

Will we see a meaningful climate deal in Paris?

The UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) convenes in Paris on the 1st December, and concludes some 14 short days later. Will the nations assembled pull the chestnuts from the fire or will it be another hard candy Christmas?

23.11.2015.  READ MORE

PM David Cameron’s letter to Donald Tusk

UK Prime Minister David Cameron's letter to Donald Tusk, setting out his European reform ambitions.

11.11.2015.  READ MORE

Scotland’s GM crop ban defies science, economics, and common sense

The Scottish Government has decided to ban all genetically modified crops from Scotland. Invoking recently adopted EU powers which allow devolved administrations to opt out of the more relaxed EU regime, Scottish Agriculture Minister, Richard Lochhead, declared that he was “concerned that allowing GM crops to be grown in Scotland would damage our clean and green brand.”

01.09.2015.  READ MORE

There’s more than meets the eye about the growth of Renewable Energy

The name Will Rogers is not well known this side of the Atlantic. On the other side of the pond, however, the folksy wisdom of this Cherokee cowboy, vaudevillian, movie actor, humorist, newspaper columnist and social commentator is still a regular feature of political debate, his words frequently quoted by journalists who want to take politicians down a peg. As Will Rogers said, ‘I don’t make jokes. I just watch the government and report the facts.’ My personal favourite: ‘It’s easy being a humorist when you’ve got the whole government working for you.’

24.07.2015.  READ MORE

The Euro: Lessons of History

Peter Oppenheimer reminds the most important lessons from economic history concerning functioning of the gold standard in the 1920 and 30s, and shows how deeply harmful can be clinging to an overvalued currency. He also makes the case for a euro break up as a desirable solution to put an end to the economic misery in the eurozone.

01.07.2015.  READ MORE

Opinion | Greek debt owed to Germany should be written off in return for Greece leaving the Euro

This is an open letter written by New Direction’s Vice President, Mr Hans Olaf-Henkel MEP to The Honourable Wolfgang Schäuble and The Honourable Yanis Varoufakis

22.06.2015.  READ MORE

The Telegraph | Have we stuck our heads in the sand over Europe?

Britain can be stronger and safer by freeing itself from cumbersome EU structures

22.06.2015.  READ MORE

Opinion | ‘Greece must leave the euro’

Real Greek recovery will be possible if Greece leaves the euro, and only then debt restructuring can bring expected effects.

19.06.2015.  READ MORE

Opinion | Eurozone Crisis & Grexit

An alternative strategy to solve the eurozone crisis

17.06.2015.  READ MORE

Conservative Home | Sturgeon continues the SNP’s tradition of uncertainty on the European question

Scotland’s First Minister continues the SNP’s tradition of uncertainty on the European question

12.06.2015.  READ MORE

CapX | What led to the Magna Carta? War and taxes

June 15, 2015 marks 800 years since a fateful day along the River Thames just twenty miles west of central London. It’s a good thing to note such anniversaries. They encourage us to discover things we should have learned or should never have forgotten.

09.06.2015.  READ MORE

CapX | Greece’s cash crisis may force its hand

It is getting desperate for the Greeks. A majority of global investors (52%) who responded to Bloomberg Markets Global Poll last week believe Greece will leave the eurozone, up from 31% as recently as mid-January. That Alexis Tsipras replaced the increasingly disputatious Yanis Varoufakis with the more tactful Euclid Tsakalotos appears to have had no effect.

04.05.2015.  READ MORE

CapX | What Greece should do if it leaves the eurozone

The case for Greece’s withdrawal from the euro is straightforward. Countries in Greece’s situation normally devalue. Devaluation makes their goods cheaper, pricing them into the market and allowing them to export their way to recovery. A devaluation doesn’t solve everything – indeed, in the long-run, it doesn’t solve anything – but, it buys the stricken country time to make necessary economic reforms.

04.05.2015.  READ MORE

CapX | On the moral virtues of capitalism

Far more than promoting efficiency, creating useful incentives and raising living standards, capitalism is inherently moral, writes Andrew Lilico for CapX. "Private capitalist market systems respect individual autonomy and property, they create opportunity for those without wealth to pursue their schemes, and they allow for peaceful and mutually advantageous social intercourse even where there is huge moral or ideological diversity."

30.03.2015.  READ MORE

ComRes | New Direction poll shows EU reform is now the dominant call accross Europe

A new landmark ComRes / New Direction Poll across nine EU countries reveals that only one in five (19%) UK adults are satisfied with the EU in its current form, and 90% want to keep the pound.

18.02.2015.  READ MORE

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