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Brexit at Noon: 'Despite Brexit'

Over the past year, the term 'despite Brexit' has been used to describe (with some irony) all the good news that has been reported in the UK economy. It has been used in countless headlines, articles and op-eds by newspapers like the FT, the Guardian and the Independent to illustrate - often with high levels of shock - how well the UK economy is doing in comparison to what they expected.

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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. 

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WATCH: Has Science beaten smoking?

At this year's Freedom Festival in Bournemouth, I chaired a panel discussion on vaping where I asked the following question: "Has science beaten smoking?" Joining me on the panel were Martin Cullip, Blogger; Angela Harbutt, Development Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA); and Chris Snowdon, Head of Lifestyle Economics at the IEA. 

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