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Edmund Burke and the origins of modern conservatism

Conservatism’s influence on the Western world has been obvious over the past few decades, but it can be difficult to discover the ideology’s oldest roots. David Evans studies Edmund Burke’s legacy to understand why he is often penned as ‘the father of modern conservatism’.

Jeremy Corbyn – Agent Cob?

This past week there has been a deluge of deluded scandal surrounding the intriguing allegations that Jeremy Corbyn may have been a communist spy. But how much of this is actually true? And what are the implications?

Is Jeremy Corbyn electable?

As a Labour Party supporter I’ve recently found myself supporting Owen Smith in the Labour Party contest for the new leader, not because I dislike Jeremy Corbyn but because of the stench of failure that he seems to have acquired.