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...

May 22, 2019

The news that British Steel is on the brink of collapse - putting 25,000 jobs at risk - is the sad consequence of the government's failure to protect and invest in British industry, and lays bare the failed mantras of global, free-trading, service sector Britain.

While...

April 23, 2019

Kes is one of those films that hits too close to the bone. It captures so much of what has been lost in our country; all of the rich social and moral elements which once defined Britain.

I watched it again recently, and was almost taken aback by a strong and instincti...

April 9, 2019

News that the government plans to tender out abroad contracts for three new Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels has caused a lot of anger amongst the British public, who are fed up of seeing our industries go abroad, especially when it is government spending on government pr...

March 8, 2019

The most powerful tool of the revolutionaries who have changed our country beyond recognition is the myth of the 'march of history'; the idea that any and all change is inevitable, irreversible and - without question - for the best. Whether you like it or not, if you d...

February 20, 2019

The government is using EU rules to tender out contracts for three Royal Fleet Auxiliary ships to foreign builders - even though we are supposed to be leaving in a few weeks time!

We demand that all Royal Navy vessels, including Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels, should be...

January 12, 2019

We are sometimes asked why we call for a new party to take on the political establishment and rebuild our country. Some have suggested that UKIP are that party, and that we should join with them to avoid splitting the anti-EU vote. This article, based on a response to...

October 11, 2018

While the usual media circus fixates on personality clashes, fringe identity politics and isolated single issues and talking points, no thought is given to the concerns of the silent majority who simply wish for Britain to return to being a functional country that is s...

August 4, 2018

Comparisons have been made between the heat waves of this summer and the famous summer of 1976, and some commentators have taken the opportunity to make a comparison of society at these two points in time. This is a useful and quite revealing exercise, which shows a gr...

June 25, 2018

In recent decades there has been a fundamental reorientation of the state away from its traditional roles and responsibilities. While public spending as a percentage of GDP has remained broadly similar year on year since the end of the Second World War, where and how t...