Nationalism »

UKIP’s New Leader: Who is Henry Bolton?

UKIP’s New Leader: Who is Henry Bolton?

Kyle Scott Pirie September 30, 2017 0

Henry Bolton OBE has just been elected as UKIP’s fourth new leader in just over a year in what has become one of the most unexpected victories in recent memory. Politicos across the country

Read More »
The English question: where does England fit into the British devolution settlement?

The English question: where does England fit into the British devolution settlement?

Ioan Phillips August 8, 2016 4

Beyond Brexit, reconfiguring the relationship between Britain’s four constituent nations should be a top priority for Theresa May. Early statements from Downing Street seemingly offer hope for a closer focus on constitutional affairs. The

Read More »
Nick Griffin’s Updated CV

Nick Griffin’s Updated CV

Lee Jenkins May 22, 2014 0

There’s a very good chance Nick Griffin will lose his job today, so we’ve updated his CV to help with his job hunting….   Name: Nick Griffin (former) MEP Residence: Llanerfyl, Powys, Wales, GREAT

Read More »
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

Read More »
Selling the case against foreign aid

Selling the case against foreign aid

Backbencher August 6, 2013 1

Eleanor Sharman discusses effective ways to argue for a libertarian approach to foreign aid. Most people reading this will be familiar with the arguments against foreign aid. And, what’s more, a good proportion will

Read More »
‘….and they would’ve Scot-en away with it too.’

‘….and they would’ve Scot-en away with it too.’

Backbencher August 2, 2013 3

Revealing some dirty tricks by the Yes side in the Scottish Independence debate There has been much made of positivity and negativity with regards to campaigning in the Scottish independence referendum. Hardly a news

Read More »
Chechnya, Russia and The Boston Bombings

Chechnya, Russia and The Boston Bombings

Backbencher April 29, 2013 0

How a savage insurgency in Eurasia spread to Boston, and why Russia has its own problems. You’ll have been forgiven for not immediately being able to place Chechnya on a map. An unloved scrap

Read More »

Street thugs & town halls: British Ultra Nationialists

Backbencher March 14, 2013 3

The British Ultra-Nationalists: Is it all new, or are we on a cycle? I use the term ultra-nationalists rather than Far Right because nothing manages to wind me up quicker (other than people saying

Read More »
twitter