Ben previously worked in investment banking and is currently a Research Fellow for a think tank.He has degrees in Law and Economics. You can find him on Twitter at: @BenRamanauskas
Referendum reveals snobbery of remainers
The one thing the EU referendum result has shown is the snobbery of those people who claim to be liberal.
Time to Rethink Drugs Policy
The government needs to seriously consider decriminalising certain recreational drugs
3 Myths About Brexit
Here's why the numerous myths propagated by the Remain camp are wrong.
Why We Should Support Brexit
It feels as if we're one step away from being warned that leaving the EU will cause us all to go bald or become infertile. It's time for a positive case for Brexit to be made.
Why it's time to ditch the NUS
The NUS calls itself the 'world's largest democratic student gathering.' I'm here to tell you it isn't.
The Supreme Court's Ruling on Joint Enterprise: A victory for justice, fairness, freedom and equality
Although those accused or convicted of murder under the joint enterprise rules may have committed heinous crimes, it is not fair for them to face the lifelong stigma of a murder conviction.
Dan Walker's religion should not stop him presenting BBC Breakfast
Dan Walker should not be prevented from being a BBC Breakfast presenter simply because of his views.
The UN's Assange detention ruling is ludicrous and should be ignored
The UN's Working Group's opinion is ludicrous, disgusting and runs counter to natural justice.
Campus censorship is a dangerous trend that has to stop
The attack on free speech on our campuses is a disgrace that needs to be stopped, says Ben Ramanauskas.
Why the National Living Wage is bad news for young people
The announcement in yesterday's budget of a National Living Wage was greeted positively by most commentators, with the only criticism levelled against it that it did not go far enough.
How to End this Greek Tragedy
Greece has found itself in a modern day tragedy of Homeric proportions. However, this is tragedy which is both very real and which has no heroes. There is no Achilles or Odysseus ready to save the day, only villains and victims.
Scrap the Human Rights Act to save human rights
There has been much written over the past few days about the Tory's intention to scrap the Human Rights Act. As you might expect, the articles are quick to condemn such a move as the actions of crazed, xenophobic human rights haters