EU bureaucrats and the European Commission are to take EU member states (and by extension EU taxpayers) to court in an attempt to get a 3.7% pay raise. They devised the formula which continues to award themselves pay rises despite the state of European economies. There are worries about the impartiality of the court as if the measure succeeds, those judging the case will also receive the same pay rise.
Eyal at the Spittoon writes on Jewish terrorists, who are threatening politicians who push for a freeze in settlement building.
Gracchi on the fluidity of the notion of kingship in late antiquity/early middle ages.
KJB argues that the increase both in quantity and explicitness in porn due to the internet feeds into the wider rape culture. It’s a long piece but worth reading in full.
Chris Dillow questions the received wisdom that a particular type of immigrant is more desirable to Britainâ€™s collective mind.
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