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After Finsbury Park

The attack on the Finsbury Park Mosque was a disgusting act of terrorism which should be condemned by all right-thinking people writes Pat Harrington, Director of the Third Way think tank. One man died (though it is not yet clear that this was as a result of the attack) and at least 10 were injured … Continue reading

US attack on Syrian forces marks a dangerous escalation

The Tomahawk missile attack on Syria’s Shayrat air base represents a dangerous escalation and calls into doubt how far things have changed with US foreign policy under President Trump argues Pat Harrington When President Trump was campaigning for the Presidency one of his most attractive features was that he didn’t go along with the demonisation … Continue reading

The left and indyref2

  In recent Scottish politics, the focus has been on the call from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the Scottish National Party and their allies for a second referendum on Scottish independence based on Scotland having a say on its constitutional future prior to Brexit. The grounds of this appeal are flimsy at best as … Continue reading

Fake It Til You Make It

THE Third Way think tank – 3W – supports the principle of freedom of expression.  With this in mind, it follows that we also support the freedom of the press – and all other forms of media. Ironically the actions of some elements of the media – in particular the more sensationalist ‘red tops’ – … Continue reading

Trump promises peace and stability

US President-elect Doanal Trump promised a “new era of peace” on Thursday night — claimed he would to end the US’s regime-change policies of the past. Addressing a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio, at the start of a “USA Thank You Tour 2016” for his supporters in the Midwestern swing states that secured his win last … Continue reading

Decision day: should we stay or should we go?

Britain decides today whether to stay in the EU or leave. The Third Way position is very simple: the EU is an undemocratic institution which prevents us from managing our own economy as we would wish. It should be rejected. We regard the EU as an undemocratic institution. Its elected parliament has no real power. … Continue reading