Dr. Rakib Ehsan on why Katharine Birbalsingh is exactly what the UK needs


Reasons to be optimistic about Afghan integration

Middle-class lefties blocking the motorway is nothing less than a war on the working class


Shamima Begum is already facing justice and should never return to the UK – Dr Mendoza on GB News

There are aspects of British life which don’t encourage integration – Dr Rakib Ehsan joins GB News

Britain has a ‘Grievance-Industrial Complex’ – Dr Rakib Ehsan on Sky News Australia


Who Can Free China?

1 December @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Xi Jinping has cleared away the constitutional obstacles to becoming China’s leader-for-life, but does he face strong internal opposition to his ambitions? Has he over-reached domestically and internationally? Is the regime he leads outwardly strong, but inwardly weak?  Are the negative consequences of economic reform without political liberalisation coming home to roost? Are America and its allies … Continued

Exposing the Kremlin Takeover: Increasing State Control in the Banking Sector

2 December @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Over the 8 years that have passed since the appointment of the new head of the Central Bank of Russia, the Russian banking system has undergone many changes, including the role of the Central Bank. Russian economists and activists from Aleksey Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation Vladimir Ashurkov and Nikita Kulachenkov have conducted a study that combines … Continued

Poverty Trapped: A Discussion with John Penrose MP

6 December @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

In his new policy paper Poverty Trapped, John Penrose (Conservative MP for Weston-super-Mare) provides a nuanced and detailed account of the myriad social and cultural factors which feed into forms of economic disadvantage in modern-day Britain. The paper represents a timely and important contribution to hotly debated matters of inequalities and discrimination. While recognising the progress Britain … Continued


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