Friday, March 5, 2021

Jake Scott

Jake Scott is a doctoral researcher in political theory at the University of Birmingham and editor of The Mallard.

Stonehenge and the Tories’ tunnel vision

IN logic, there is a form of fallacy called the ‘slippery slope argument’, the belief (as defined here) that ‘a course of action ought...

Why I am switching off Netflix

NETFLIX is to release a film called Cuties, billed as an empowering story of a young girl who defies her ‘conservative family’s traditions’ (yes, this is the...

Sugar Tax hits the poor with a double whammy

The Sugar Tax – officially the Soft Drinks Industry Levy – was introduced on April 6, and as is the way with all regressive...

Jake Scott: Conservatism is the true refuge for troubled youth

Recent discussions around conservatism have considered how it can appeal to young people. In fact it is already appealing more and more to young...

Jake Scott: The curious conservatism of the student Left

Watching Downton Abbey for the first time last year (shocking, I know), I gained the impression that the writer wanted to present a world...

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