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Chatter #142 – Nicholas Wilson On David Cameron, Greensill, And HSBC: The World’s Dirtiest Bank

Express VPN 12 Months 35% off!! Nicholas Wilson, AKA Mr Ethical, came to notoriety as an HSBC whistle blower who alleged massive fraud amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars. Before he was sacked (after reporting HSBC for fraud) he became head of his department. He has over 30 years experience in consumer…

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A List Of Alleged Conservative Lies, Corruption, and Incompetence

In a recent piece, we discussed the lack of consequences for corruption, lies, or incompetence in modern politics. We listed a few examples, but in an attempt to give context to our claims of corruption and establishment favouritism and nepotism, here is a brief (but not exhaustive list) of some of the scandals…

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10 Years Since The Crash – Where Is The Economy?

One of the central pillars of the argument for a Conservative government in Downing Street is fiscal responsibility; the idea is that the Labour party would run up debt with unrestrained spending and the Conservatives then have to come in and clean up the mess. With seven years in government, almost 10 years…

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Was EU Tax Evasion Regulation The Reason For The Brexit Referendum?

The EU has an unbelievably wide-ranging scope of powers, from agricultural to fiscal policy and everything in between. This is one of the main reasons that the Leave campaign was so successful, they wanted to ‘take back control’ from Brussels and Luxembourg to recapture and restore Parliamentary sovereignty to Westminster – it is…

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Why It’s The Perfect Time For A Carbon Tax In The UK

In 2010, David Cameron promised that his government was going to be the greenest government ever. Yet, since then, the Conservatives have pushed back on numerous environmental measures, including removing the subsidies for solar panel installation and putting a hold on all onshore wind-farm construction. The UK Government has committed to reducing UK…

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