We're taking bookings for next year's Freedom Festival

Anyone who has attended previous Freedom Festivals in Bournemouth knows how fantastic they are. The fifth Freedom Festival in March next year will have a new format, and a new location.  Yes, we are ringing the changes to help keep the event fresh, and judging by the comments we have received so far, regular attendees are really looking forward to their trip to Bournemouth.  Continue reading

Brexit blues for some Remainers who can't get au pairs

You have to feel for some people. For them, Brexit is an utter disaster. They moan about those ignorant working class people who voted to leave the EU last year. Those people living in the wastelands of the North and the Midlands are not educated; they don't understand the nuances; they don't understand the consequences. How could they? They are not as cultured as we are. They don't have second homes in France - they can't even speak French. We drink wine from some of the finest vineyards in the world - they drink strong lager. It really says it all.  Now the Remoaners have something else to moan about: a lack of au pairs.  Continue reading

WATCH Milton Friedman explain the power of the free market, using a pencil

Something for you on a Friday afternoon as you start to look forward to the weekend. If you haven't seen this video before, you should. It's only about two and half minutes long, but it's one of the best explanations of the free market there is.   If you would like to join us fighting for freedom and free markets, you can become a member of The Freedom Association by clicking here.  Have a great weekend.  Continue reading

LISTEN: Rory Broomfield reviews the week's news on Talk Radio

Rory Broomfield, Director of The Freedom Association, reviewed the week's news on Julia Hartley-Brewer's show on Talk Radio. His fellow reviewer was Sir Simon Hughes, a former deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats.  Continue reading

Rory Broomfield: Osborne’s in denial

Writing for Comment Central, Rory Broomfield says that since last year’s EU Referendum, there has been good news in abundance, but try telling that to George Osborne and co. Things happen in life that we might not like. We have to deal with them and move on. However, there are some events in life that people feel unable to let go. It seems that, to much of the press, Brexit is that issue. Continue reading