Our commercial transactions are not some morally-insulated part of our existence. They belong to our moral lives and fall under our moral requirements.
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The collapse of undergirding Christian assumptions in our culture and policymaking has led to doctrines that destroying our faith in others and the hope of improvement.
It is not the proper job of the government to keep the rich rich.
Andrew Lilico: A conspiracy against Andrew Mitchell is more serious than one against ordinary citizens
A conspiracy by police officers to smear a Cabinet Minister so as to make him lose his job is an assault upon the state, upon democracy itself.
Andrew Lilico is an Economist with Europe Economics, and a member of the Shadow Monetary Policy Committee Should Muslim or… Read more »
The UK economic data released over the summer have been extremely strong. The most closely-watched survey numbers suggest that the… Read more »
Many Conservatives opposed William Hague's Syria policy. I supported him. Some Conservatives and many non-Conservatives have condemned his presentation of… Read more »
Andrew Lilico: It doesn’t matter whether war in Syria would be “illegal” – we now have little choice but to act
As I've written before, I'd have preferred it if, some time ago, we had positively eschewed any involvement in the Syrian… Read more »
In recent months, when debating issues such as the outside interests of MPs or whether there should be a register… Read more »
I have written previously that I believe the key question for the UK with reference to the EU is not… Read more »
Discussion of “markets” typically combines a discussion of what I think of as "markets" – a mechanism of exchange of… Read more »
Andrew Lilico: When a bank goes bust, should insured deposits be more protected than uninsured deposits?
If a retailer like Woolworths goes bust and the company is liquidated, there has, since the Bankruptcy Act of 1542 been a hierarchy… Read more »
The Editor notes that just 19% of Conservative members think Cameron can win an overall majority, most think they are… Read more »
Andrew Lilico: How David Cameron could win the next General Election – by not holding it in May 2015
By Andrew Lilico. Follow Andrew on Twitter. So here's the problem: the economy's picking up. That may not sound like… Read more »
Andrew Lilico: The Establishment and its values is what stands between civilisation and anarchy or oppression
In a very simple tribal society, a number of political orders are feasible. It would be possible for the tribe's… Read more »