Nick Cohen is up in arms about how Twitter is embracing the power of the mob and that this is bad news for freedom of speech. Ironically (at least ironic to anyone who has read Mr Cohen’s denunciations Revolutionary Communists), his old sparring partner Brendan O’Neill feels the same way. I have to say there… Continue reading Why Nick Cohen should worry less about twitchforks and more about the media Frankenstein
Nick Cohen on housing and generational equity
Critic of Nick Cohen that I tend to be, his contribution this week outlining the problems with the UK housing market is well worth a read.
The limits of collective bargaining
No-one can deny that collective bargaining has brought ordinary people very real rights that they could never have acquired through other means. Every employee in the country has a lot to be grateful to the Labour Movement. But there comes a point where the disadvantages of the hive mind approach starts to outweigh the advantages.… Continue reading The limits of collective bargaining