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The Death of Our ‘Grand Narrative’: Where are We Going?

The Death of Our ‘Grand Narrative’: Where are We Going?

David Bone August 26, 2017 0

  Recently having caught a few minutes of Big Brother 2017 and noticing the return of Naked Attraction, had inadvertently made me start to ponder the future of British society. I expect this wasn’t

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Britain is a Great Nation, Let’s Stop Talking Us Down

Britain is a Great Nation, Let’s Stop Talking Us Down

Matthew Cowley June 22, 2016 0

We live in a great nation. From Shakespeare to the Sex Pistols we have been at the forefront of world culture for thousands of years. We have led the world in engineering and science

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I Support the Anglosphere and You Should Too.

I Support the Anglosphere and You Should Too.

Robert Tyler April 2, 2015 3

The Case for Free Movement in the Anglosphere is growing stronger. A few weeks ago, a petition appeared on Change.org calling for the British, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand parliaments to debate the posibility

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What is conservatism?

What is conservatism?

Michael Shaw April 11, 2014 0

Michael Shaw examines the current state of conservatism as an ideology. The very name ‘conservative’ would suggest that the person or group who hold and practice this ideology are hostile to political change. Indeed,

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Why don’t we do ‘English’?

Why don’t we do ‘English’?

James Evans March 18, 2014 0

James Evans questions why Britishness is often confined to England. As an Englishman and a rugby player, I enjoyed watching England’s hard-fought Six Nations victory against the Welsh. The 29-18 win had everything: dynamic

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The Con Of Britishness

The Con Of Britishness

Backbencher February 27, 2014 2

The idea of Britishness is intrinsically linked to empire. That red white and blue flag slowly flutters in the mid afternoon wind, currently flown all across the world, from Canada to Jamaica, to Kenya, to South

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The World According To The Daily Mail

The World According To The Daily Mail

Lee Jenkins February 27, 2014 0

The Daily Mail reader’s cut-out-and-keep guide to foreign types and their unfamiliar ways. The Frenchman With the score on the battlefield heavily in our favour,  our stroppy Gallic cousins seem determined to strike at

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The Winston Churchill We Chose To Forget

The Winston Churchill We Chose To Forget

Backbencher January 9, 2014 9

Voted greatest Britain of all time, this titan of the British identity had some less than stellar moments Winston Churchill, not only a hero of the Right, but a national hero for bravely leading

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We’re all Right-Wingers now; but we won’t admit it

We’re all Right-Wingers now; but we won’t admit it

Richard Elliott December 16, 2013 0

When the late Margaret Thatcher died earlier this year, one of the first public statements made by Prime Minister David Cameron included the contribution that “we are all Thatcherites now”. This statement was met with

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The Wrong Type of News?

The Wrong Type of News?

Backbencher August 6, 2013 0

James Evans asks which news stories should be afforded the most attention. Britons are famous for enjoying a good grumble. This particular predilection was well-parodied back in the nineteenth century by Gilbert and Sullivan

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