November 27, 2019

The Migration section of the Labour Manifesto claims: "The movement of people around the world has enriched our society, our economy and our culture." The reality of mass immigration has been the utter and complete opposite, many communities are troubled by the immense...

November 26, 2019

On December 12th Scottish constituencies will deliver an authoritative mandate for unity.

Across all 59 Scottish constituencies, all party candidates will be standing on a participatory ticket and seeking a mandate on that basis - that is to take their seat in the Briti...

October 25, 2019

As Unionists our defining belief is the integral unity of our country. Whichever part of the UK we come from, we are all British and we must always stand together as such.

This needs to be said now because there is too much finger-pointing amidst the controversy over Jo...

October 13, 2019

Northern Ireland is being plunged into a state of uncertainty, chaos and disrepair by greedy, self-serving Irish Nationalists and so-called unionists which do not accept the reality: Devolution does not work.

The beginning of the erosion of stable governance Northern Ir...

October 1, 2019

The extraordinary assertion of the "Supreme Court's" power over the government shows that we have a habit of missing the real revolutionaries, as John Mortimer argues in his latest article:

The protests which swept the world in 1968 brought together a somewhat eclectic...

July 9, 2019

Leaving the EU must be about reasserting our sovereignty, our borders, our national institutions, our domestic industries and our territorial integrity. It must be a foundational policy for any party that is serious about rebuilding our country after decades of breakin...

July 7, 2019

People young and old are looking for new alternatives as the three-party, Lib-Lab-Con establishment begins to crumble. Social, cultural, traditional conservatism has replaced progressive liberalism and Marxist-style socialism as the new counter-culture.

Conservatism see...

June 30, 2019

Britain's membership of the EU was always a matter that encapsulated sentiments over a huge range of issues. The democratic deficit of Brussels, the loss of national sovereignty, immigration and economic issues like outsourcing and de-industrialisation were all motivat...

June 18, 2019

Talk has now turned to whether or not the Stormont power-sharing talks should be suspended for the Summer. What is most striking however is not the talks themselves, but rather then sense of apathy and disinterest amongst the general public.

The reason for that is sig...