Authors Posts by Hugh Burns

Hugh Burns


The scarcity of economic enterprise

We have to rely on a handful of experts to tackle 'the big other', according to Hugh Burns

Should gay marriage get the go-ahead?

Hugh Burns urges Cameron to stand his ground on the issue of gay marriage

An alternate look at Freshers’ Week

Freshers' Week in its current form gives incoming students a warped and potentially damaging perspective on university life, argues Hugh Burns

A question of ideology?

The media's reaction to the tragedy in Norway has been too knee-jerk and simplistic, argues Hugh Burns

Why Twitter is a serious threat to society

Hugh Burns makes the case for the value of injunctions, and argues that Twitter has deeply troubling implications for privacy


The Spotify syndicate

We should be wary of Spotify's control over the music we listen to

‘Beneath the music from a farther room’

This potential for interaction between artist and audience is a phenomenon of the modern era

Strange creatures: monstrosity in Kafka’s ‘The Metamorphosis’

The world of literature is abundant with monsters: physical monsters, psychological monsters, benevolent monsters, evil monsters. However, there is hardly a monster as puzzling...

Should Philip Green have been named and shamed?

This follows Lord Hain naming Sir Philip Green in Parliament as the businessman accused of harassment

Why are you wearing a poppy?

Making Remembrance Day the default undermines its purpose