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Tom Pritchard is a Policy Fellow of The Pinsker Centre, a campus-based think tank which facilitates discussion on global affairs and free speech.

Will Sir Keir Starmer make Labour great again? – Tom Pritchard

For the British Labour Party to win a General Election, recent history has shown that the party must move further to the centre and away from the far-left politics it has embraced in recent years, most notably under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.

Is Israel disproportionately targeted by the UN? Absolutely yes

It is absolutely the case that the state of Israel is disproportionately and unfairly targeted by the UN, whether this be from the UN Human Rights Council or other UN bodies. The UN’s condemnation of Israel for not procuring vaccines for the Palestinians – despite it not being within Israel’s jurisdiction to do so – is the latest attack in the sequence.

What does Israeli rapprochement with the Gulf Arab states mean for...

Signed in September 2020, the Abraham Accords are probably the most significant peace agreement in the Middle East in recent history. The agreement was originally signed between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and overseen by President Trump.

What the 2020 Presidential election means for US foreign policy –...

30 January 2021 | OPINION Thomas Clowes-Pritchard is a Policy Fellow of The Pinsker Centre, a campus-based think tank which facilitates discussion on global affairs...

The Future of the European Union: Treaty Change, Legislation, Fragmentation or...

27 January 2021 | OPINION Thomas Clowes-Pritchard is a Policy Fellow of The Pinsker Centre, a campus-based think tank which facilitates discussion on global affairs...

Keeping Britain great through the G7, continued – Tom Pritchard

12 June 2020 | OPINION On 18th May, I wrote an article in which I detailed some events that I believe will take place at...

Keeping Britain great through the G7 – Tom Pritchard

18 May 2020 | OPINION Come next year, the United Kingdom will hold the Presidency of the G7. This means that we will be the...

2019: The year in politics that nearly wasn’t – Tom Pritchard

23 December 2019 | OPINION In the run-up to Christmas, many may wish to look back at what a year 2019 has been in UK politics. Back in...

Who can win the next General Election? – Tom Pritchard

19 August 2019 | OPINION Thanks to Boris, the new Prime Minister, those who donate large amounts of money to the Conservative and Unionist Party are starting...

Tunbridge Wells backs No Deal – Tom Pritchard

17 March 2019 | UK NEWS The National Conservative Convention recently passed a motion which supports leaving the European Union in 2019. On Friday 15th...
Wolves of Westminster