By Hobhouse The number of Britons in work has once again struck a new statistic, with a record 32.6 million employed between October and December, the Office of National Statistics’ figures show. The jobless rate, lingering at 4 per cent, remains at is lowest since 1975. Weekly average earnings also showed an increase of 3.4 … Continue reading Why we shouldn’t care that UK employment is at a record high.
By Hobhouse Turning point UK (TPUK), an off-shoot of their American counterparts Turning Point USA (TPUSA), was launched online in early February. The group describes itself as a “grassroots organisation deadicated to educating students and other young people on the values of free markets, limited government and personal responsibility.” TPUK seeks to challenge the general … Continue reading Turning Point comes to Britain
By Hobhouse. Yanis Varoufakis, an Economist and once Greek Minister of Finance writing for The New Statesman, opined that Britain’s need for a people’s debate far outweighs a need for a people’s vote (on Brexit), or of a revocation of Article 50. Yanis purports that “crashing back into the EU” – via the revocation of … Continue reading Yanis is mistaken
The Brexit inflicted damage upon the United Kingdom’s liberal undercoat has left it with a deep cut to its heart. And the arterial dark red blood is spilling for the whole world to see. The government has declared that UK citizenship must be applied and paid for. EU nationals who have made the UK their … Continue reading The Shame of Brexit