Rhodes Must Stand

As I've made quite clear in a previous text, I am opposed to the 'Rhodes Must Fall' campaign, and am opposed to the radical revision of history in general. It is not in spite of Rhodes' zealous attitude towards colonialism and his galling and excessive national and racial chauvinism that I make this stand, but… Continue reading Rhodes Must Stand

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Sean Gabb: British Politics for Americans

Sean Gabb has begun writing a weekly digest on contemporary British politics from a libertarian perspective for Mises UK. Because their readership is mostly American, the first instalment is an introduction to the current state of politics in the UK for Americans and other foreign readers. Looking forward to following this series as it develops.… Continue reading Sean Gabb: British Politics for Americans

Some Thoughts on Shariah Law Courts

For those that don't know, British law can be broken into two major categories: Public and private law. Public law is made up of administrative, constitutional and most importantly, criminal law. Because criminal law is part of public law, if you break a criminal law you will be prosecuted by the state itself. If somebody… Continue reading Some Thoughts on Shariah Law Courts