A Hard Look at UK Life Under David Cameron – John Gelmini 2/3

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United Kingdom: stamp (Photo credit: Sem Paradeiro)

This is the second of a series of “Hard Look” articles where John Gelmini has kindly been guest blogger.

In this blog, the second of three, we take a hard look at UK life under David Cameron. Below is a selection of John Gelmini’s articles, ranked by the number of hits with the most popular first:

  1. A Hard Look at Individual Liberty in the David Cameron’s UK
  2. A Hard Look at UK Social Mobility and Unemployment
  3.  A Hard Look at the Effectiveness of the UK’s Political Class?
  4. A Hard Look at UK Defense Spending
  5. A Hard Look Beyond the UK Immigration Backlogs

Any thoughts?

John Gelmini

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32 responses

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