In a column published on July 18, 2018, Mary Dejevsky takes a different view on Donald Trump’s performance at the Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki. We scrutinise her interpretation of events.
Britain’s delusions about the green belt cause untold misery
In a column published in the Economist on February 11, 2017, Bagehot argues that Britain’s “delusions” about the green belt are central to its housing crisis. Here we analyse the key arguments.
Do Bremainers really think voters will be cowed by the likes of Obama?
In a column published 24 April in The Telegraph, Boris Johnson argues that Britain should leave EU. Here, we analyse the most salient arguments.
Attacking free speech only feeds the conspiracy junkies
In his 12 December Guardian column, Nick Cohen argues that the petition that Donald Trump be banned from entering the UK is misguided. We analyse three of the most salient and interesting arguments he gives in support of this claim.
More sugar tax is not the answer
In an opinion piece published on 23 October 2015, The Telegraph argued that the methods to fight obesity advocated by Public Health England are misguided. The article contains four key arguments: against reduction of advertising of high-sugar products, against the so-called “sugar tax”, for individual responsibility, and for more sports as key.