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John Blundell
20 December 2013
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Students who cheat are more likely to want public sector careers. That is the core finding of Rema Hanna of Harvard’s Kennedy School and Shing-Yi Wang of Penn’s Wharton School in a recent...
Terry Arthur
23 July 2010
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Next May there is to be a referendum, at the behest of Nick Clegg, on whether or not the UK should change the first-past-the-post system to the Alternative Vote (AV) system. Under AV, voters must...
Ali Salman
15 February 2010
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Last month the Heritage Foundation released the 2010 Index of Economic Freedom. Every year, a similar index is also issued by the Fraser Institute to compare countries across the globe. These...
Ian Senior
4 June 2009
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The public has a right to be angry – very angry – about the various ways that many MPs have fiddled expenses. And we are all heartily sick of the standard excuse: “I have done...
D. R. Myddelton
5 May 2009
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If there is too much central government, maybe we shouldn’t regard being a member of parliament as a full-time job. Especially since most of our laws these days seem to come from Brussels; and...
Richard Wellings
25 April 2009
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●  Don Boudreaux explains what “Earth Day” means to him   ●  Keith Boyfield explores the issue of bank governance   ●  Allister Heath is dismayed by...

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