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Neutralising the Conservatives’ play for the grey vote

January 7, 2014 // 7 Comments

Battle lines for May 2015 are already being drawn. Labour announced at their conference last year heavily socialist policies to freeze energy prices, whilst yesterday the Prime Minister announced that the state pension will be protected against inflation until 2020 if the Conservatives win.  These [...]

The Sunday Papers – 5 January 2014

January 5, 2014 // 0 Comments

The Economy, Elections, Europeans and Education seem to be the top issues today The Telegraph Government plans reform to end UK pension system ‘lottery’ Welcome to 2014 – the year we ignore our problems  Janet Daly sounds quite realistic for a Telegraph leader writer, compared to [...]

Saturday’s News – 4 January 2014

January 4, 2014 // 0 Comments

A real mixed bag of news today, although housing keeps cropping up. Daily Telegraph House price rises ‘must stop’ says Vince Cable, and this reviewer has to agree with him, for the first time ever! (As do most of the commentors) Cast caution aside in the fight for the United Kingdom [...]

News Roundup, Friday 3rd January

January 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

The storms, which we can expect for weeks to come, are making the top headlines as thousands are evacuated from their homes. The rest of the news agenda is mixed. The Telegraph, Independent and Express have all picked up on the release of Thatcher-era papers from the National Archives, but have [...]

Thursday’s News – 2 January 2014

January 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

Rail fares, 100 year sentences, NHS, energy and immigration are the main themes today Daily Telegraph Murderers could get hundreds of years in jail to get round European Court ban If the judges are prepared to do it. Japan risks threat to global peace by rekindling militaristic spirit of Second [...]

New Year’s Day News

January 1, 2014 // 1 Comment

Ignoring all the “New Year’s Celebrations” headlines, which this reviewer really cannot get excited about, most of the papers dwell on immigration, looks backwards forward to 2013 & 2014 and the NHS, as well as the unfortunate Schumacher story Daily Telegraph Non-EU citizens will be able [...]

New Year’s Eve News

December 31, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mail Energy firms cash in on storms by leaving wind turbines idle as some power companies boost takings by a THIRD Figure for Christmas Eve and Day alone – at height of crisis – was £1.2million Wind farms are paid to shut down turbines during gusty weather Britain is braced for another [...]

UKIP’s Review of the Year 2013

December 31, 2013 // 8 Comments

UKIP started the year with 11 MEPs, 3 Lords, one Northern Ireland Assembly member, a few Councillors scattered across the country, average voting intention poll ratings of 10%, and a membership driving up above 20,000 following a respectable showing in a Westminster By Election in Rotherham in [...]

EU Membership has dulled the compassion of the British people

December 30, 2013 // 4 Comments

One of the worst things about our membership of the European Union is the way in which the very fact is changing our national character. A decade of uncontrolled mass migration has, far from the what ideologues of multiculturalism claimed, made us a less, not more tolerant society. It has cut ties [...]

Monday’s News

December 30, 2013 // 0 Comments

Mail Blair-Bush talks on Iraq war to be revealed in U-turn: 100 secret documents to be de-classified and published The Mail has learned civil servants are ‘close’ to a deal to allow publication Documents will include telephone records and private notes   Labour to fight election on free [...]
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