Politics »

Where Britain’s Political Elite Go to Party

Where Britain’s Political Elite Go to Party

Ryan Thompson December 8, 2018 0

Given the current political climate, one might think that their elected representatives should at the very least be clocking in 100-hour weeks in Parliament in the run-up to the largest political upheaval of the past

Read More »
The Labour Party is “led by people who regret the outcome of the Cold War” – Daniel Hannan interview

The Labour Party is “led by people who regret the outcome of the Cold War” – Daniel Hannan interview

James Bickerton November 20, 2018 0

Daniel Hannan, Conservative MEP for South-East England, is surely one of Britain’s most influential Eurosceptics. He may not be one of the most recognisable figures from the 2016 referendum campaign, but few can match

Read More »
The meat tax is not the nanny state – it’s making people take responsibility for their own actions

The meat tax is not the nanny state – it’s making people take responsibility for their own actions

Frederick Colbey November 14, 2018 0

Recently, the government has announced a meat tax. A tax on meat that will cause the prices of red meats such a pork and beef to rise. As you can probably imagine, Twitter wasn’t

Read More »
Ignore the scaremongering – Britain can make Brexit work

Ignore the scaremongering – Britain can make Brexit work

David Bone November 6, 2018 0

April 2019. Britain has left the European Union. The U.K. Government has collapsed. Roving Street gangs terrorise the population. The death penalty has been brought back for poaching on common land as the wretched

Read More »
Why the ‘People’s Vote’ campaign is an insult to democracy

Why the ‘People’s Vote’ campaign is an insult to democracy

Will Rawles October 30, 2018 0

Saturday 20 October saw the largest mobilisation of ‘People’s vote’ advocates to date. The march was attended by approximately 400,000 continuity remainers or was it 500,000, or upwards of 600,000? I guess that is

Read More »
Central Bank Independence – An undemocratic Paradox

Central Bank Independence – An undemocratic Paradox

Tyler Thomas October 29, 2018 0

Well… you can’t let politicians control it because they’ll just manipulate it. This is the most fundamentally undemocratic argument that can be applied to continuing non elected technocrats to run central banks, yet it

Read More »
Is Kavanaugh a rapist? We don’t know! So stop pretending you do!

Is Kavanaugh a rapist? We don’t know! So stop pretending you do!

Frederick Colbey October 29, 2018 0

Anyone who’s been watching the news recently will probably be aware about a new supreme court justice. Brett Kavanaugh. This particular justice is slightly different to the others. Why? He has been accused of

Read More »
The left is politicising every aspect of culture – and the consequences are terrifying

The left is politicising every aspect of culture – and the consequences are terrifying

David Bone October 8, 2018 0

“The personal is political” used to be the mantra that many “second wave” feminists screeched during the counterculture of the 1960s. Timothy Leary the infamous American psychologist advocated that we should “Turn on, tune

Read More »
Trump, Cohen and the dangers of impeachment

Trump, Cohen and the dangers of impeachment

Daniel Lewicki September 10, 2018 0

Michael Cohen’s admission of violating campaign finance laws on the instructions of then presidential candidate Donald Trump has placed talk of impeachment back at the centre of American political debate. On August 21 Mr

Read More »
Momentum claim to have dropped Peter Willsman – so why is he speaking at one of their events?

Momentum claim to have dropped Peter Willsman – so why is he speaking at one of their events?

James Bickerton August 30, 2018 0

13:00 UPDATE: Mohammad Yasin MP has got in touch to say that he isn’t due to speak at the event, and that “my attendance was advertised without my knowledge”. The piece has been edited

Read More »
twitter