Friday 27th February: The problem is not numbers but constitutional independence, says Politeia's director Dr Sheila Lawlor.
The figures for immigration this week indicate that the rise continues. 624,000 people came into Britain in the year ending September 2014 and 327,000 left. The net migration figure was 298,000, the highest for fifty years.
In London the news signalled another round of party political role play. For Labour, the Conservative policy was ‘in tatters’. For the Conservatives, the Lib Dems, the downturn in the EU, and the UK’s improving economy were all to blame. And for the Lib Dem leader, Nick Clegg, it was a matter of ‘I told you (i.e. David Cameron) so’.
November: Hard-Edged’ Partnerships - Whose education benefits? by Prof Peter Luxton, 28th November
October: An End to NHS Consensus! by Dr Tony Hockley (Friday 24th October)
September: Sound Bite Socialism Brings Cold Comfort by Sheila Lawlor (Friday 19th)
August: The UK and Europe: A Win-Win Situation by Dr Gerard Lyons (Wednesday 6th)
July: Gove Agonistes: Lost the Battle, Won the War? by Professor Robert Tombs and Dr David Abulafia (Friday 25th)
June: Low Pay - Better than No Pay? by Chris Chope MP (Friday 13th)