Belgian politician, Bart De Wever, was in London last Wednesday to receive the Edmund Burke Award. The award is given each year to honour the politician who throughout their career has done the most to advance the Burkean philosophy; the principles of private property, open competition, individual liberty, national sovereignty, sound money, low taxes, parliamentary supremacy, and free trade.
De Wever holds two powerful positions: He is the mayor of Antwerp, and the leader of the New Flemish All...
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