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  • The Duckhouse: Multi-ethnic Conservatism

    27:47
    Dr Rakib Ehsan, research fellow at the Henry Jackson Society and columnist for Spiked Online, discusses his most recent article for Spiked, "Trump's multi-ethnic populism", and the trends that are set to follow in the UK with guest host of The Duckhouse and Editor of The Mallard, Jake Scott.https://www.spiked-online.com/2020/11/05/trumps-multi-ethnic-populism/

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  • The Duckouse: University Is Not Good For You

    53:45
    Editor and Mr Mallard himself, Jake Scott, discusses his recent article, "University Is Not Good For You", with host of The Duckhouse, Samuel Martin.https://mallarduk.com/university-is-not-good-for-you-jake-scott/
  • Duckhouse Bites: Judeo-Christian Human Rights

    16:44
    During this week's fireside chat, regular contributor to The Mallard, Georgia Leatherdale-Gilholy explores the origin of human rights, and argues that the west's Judeo-Christian history is responsible for the freedoms and rights we enjoy today.
  • Duckhouse Bites: The Infusion of Religion and Politics

    06:37
    During this week's fireside chat, regular contributor to The Mallard, Luke Doherty explores the infusion of religion and politics. Luke argues that our politics is inherently informed by ones faith, and makes the compelling case that the free will that guides our desire to want to do good and treat our neighbours with kindness is fundamentally guided by religious values.
  • The Duckhouse: Leave Thatcherite Conservatism Behind

    50:43
    Contributor to The Mallard, Henry George, discusses his recent article, "Leave Thatcherite Conservatism Behind", with host of The Duckhouse, Samuel Martin.https://mallarduk.com/leave-thatcherite-conservatism-behind-henry-george/
  • Duckhouse Bites: Defining Green Conservatism

    10:42
    During this week's fireside chat, regular contributor to The Mallard, Gabriel Lemos seeks to fill the void that is the definition of Green Conservatism. While many of the British right would identify with liberal environmentalism as the most common strand, is the combination of liberal economics and the desire for the private sector to be actively involved really the best route to protect the environment? We let you decide.
  • The Duckhouse: Music From Behind the Iron Curtain

    01:28:35
    Contributor to The Mallard, Chris Winter, discusses his recent article, "Music From Behind The Iron Curtain", with host of The Duckhouse, Samuel Martin.https://mallarduk.com/music-from-behind-the-iron-curtain-christopher-winter/