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 24, 2019

Two stories bring to light the realities of borderless Britain in 2019. Firstly, there is the announcement that outsourcing giants Serco and Mears are to be awarded £2.9 Billion worth of contracts from the government to house the influx of "asylum seekers".

This is an e...

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...

June 10, 2019

During China's Cultural Revolution, Chairman Mao and his ruling Communist Party set out to destroy what he called China's "Four Olds": old customs, old culture, old habits and old ideas.

Our own ruling class here in Britain, and the West more generally, now have much th...

June 4, 2019

The by-election in Peterborough, to be held this Thursday, is an important milestone. It is the first time since the referendum that a dedicated pro-Brexit party is fighting seriously to win a parliamentary seat.

This is important because it shows that people are finall...

June 4, 2019

'Small c' conservative commentator Douglas Murray wrote an interesting piece last week which highlighted the total lack of ideas or conviction within the Conservative Party, and the ideological retreat of conservatism more generally.

While it begins by noting the philos...

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