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Tag Archives: The Commonwealth

Daily Globe at the Weekend – The CANZUK podcast Episode 5

Host Isaac Anderson talks with Andrew Rosindell, MP for Romford in the UK House of Commons, and Vice-Chair of the CANZUK All Party Parliamentary Group on the promise of CANZUK and greater Commonwealth engagement, the value of positive national identities, and personal reflections on people and places in Canada. Later, …

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On Religious Freedom

The Danube Institute Conference on Religious Freedom, April 9th 2019, The Reform Club, London – as delivered. In 1896, at the age of 87, William Ewart Gladstone made his last public speech. At Liverpool’s Hengler’s Circus, before an audience of 6000, he described what he called the “monstrous crime” of the massacre …

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The Case for Commonwealth Free Trade: Options for a New Globalization -Chapter 8, Network Trading

This is a chapter from the author’s book. You can purchase the book in full here. A Commonwealth Free Trade Agreement would resemble a ‘geodesic’ model of cooperation, with each member state functioning as a support point in and of itself. That this is a much improved approach over the old Imperial …

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Good news in Zimbabwe! Now Britain and the Commonwealth must stand ready to help if needed.

Finally. The evil despot Robert Mugabe has been deposed and the scenes of joy on display in Zimbabwe have been truly heart warming. Gone is the man who drove his country to have starving trillionaires and 95% unemployment. Gone is the man who drove his country to have the world’s …

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Britain must lead the Liberal Reformation

The world is changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost. Liberals and liberalism are on the retreat. The western world that has politically changed little in three decades has been sent a tremendous …

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