Reign of Terror

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The horror, confusion, vulnerability, and understandable rage people feel when there is another terrorist attack on their streets never diminishes. These acts aren’t just anti-human, they’re also diametrically opposed to Islamic principles. So where does this strain of terrorism come from?

The Cost of Western Foreign Policy

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The 2003 invasion of Iraq is an unresolved issue in the hearts and minds of the British people. A vocal critic of the Iraq war, foreign office diplomat Carne Ross directly contradicted the official line that there was ‘no alternative to war’.

The NHS – Where From Here?

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The NHS founding principle was simple: comprehensive, universal healthcare free at the point of delivery. Now it’s a political football shaped by the governing parties’ economic beliefs – but is there something else at play behind party politics.

Fake News

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The establishment and the media have started using ‘fake news’ as a catch-all phrase about stories which don’t fit their agenda. In terms of trust, the mainstream media today is at an all-time low. Apparently, truth is now subjective.

MBA: Maybe Best Avoided?

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A Master of Business Administration degree, or MBA, is often called a Golden Passport to a corporate career. But what does the learning provide, and are MBA graduates really the best people to lead these organisations

Money For Nothing

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The production of money is ultimately the struggle for control over resources, wealth, people and our environment. But there is a surprising level of ignorance around how banks create money out of thin air and the benefits which flow from it.

Prof. Steve Keen on Government Surplus

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In this Renegade Short, Professor Steve Keen explains why the government isn’t supposed to balance it’s accounts like a household.

Makers vs Takers

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Many people are feeling that they have to work harder and longer just to stand still. We ask journalist and author Rana Foroohar who are the Makers and who are the Takers.