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Fight populism with pragmatism

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Tory pragmatism - not populism - is the way to defeat Corbyn

Alan Lockey, CapX

Populists like Jeremy Corbyn have an ability to shrug off scrutiny and criticism that normal politicians lack. It is easy to see why Tories are frustrated. But they must not fall into the trap of trying to beat Corbyn at his own game. Instead, they should remember that they have something the Labour leader lacks: an ability to deliver the goods.   

Catalonia is behaving like a banana republic

Diego Zuluaga, CapX

No free society operates a system of unlimited democracy. The scope of the ballot box has to be limited to contain the will of the majority. Above all, an open society depends on the rule of law being upheld. Which is exactly why the Catalan referendum is such an irresponsible and illegitimate piece of politicking.

Social mobility in a caste system

Kaivan Munshi, VoxDev

As India makes the transition to a modern economy, its distinctive caste system adds an extra layer of complexity onto the already difficult issue of social mobility. By dividing Indian society into distinct strata, the system has hindered individuals' mobility. But there is another, more surprising, side to the caste system's effect on modern Indian society.

The folly of bidding for Amazon's business

Tim Worstall, CapX

Ever since Amazon announced its plans to open a second US headquarters, American cities have been in a fierce fight to woo the web giant. But it makes no sense to offer targeted tax rebates and other special breaks, which guarantee that Amazon alone will retain the economic value of its move. Far better to make things easier for all businesses.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's legacy

Stacey Knott, Quartz

Liberia heads to the polls tomorrow and President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first elected female president, is preparing to step down after 12 years in power. Sirleaf was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011 for her efforts to further women's rights. But as she lets go of power, too few female politicians are following in her footsteps.


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