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News review – Tuesday 20 February 2018

February 20, 2018 // 8 Comments

Brexit Express JULIA HARTLEY-BREWER told the European Union to “f*** off” in a furious rant over Brussels’ demand for the so-called Brexit divorce bill as negotiations rumble on. The staunch Brexiteer insisted the UK should not pay a penny to the EU because the country has been a “net [...]

News review – Tuesday 13 February 2018

February 13, 2018 // 7 Comments

Brexit Mirror Ministers are poised to accept the EU’s timetable for Brexit, it was claimed last night. Brussels’ Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier last month proposed a transition period after the official Brexit day to last until New Year’s Eve 2020. It would give us three fewer [...]

Sunday papers – 22 January 2017

January 22, 2017 // 14 Comments

Brexit The Great Repeal Bill is reported by several of the newspapers. The Telegraph says: Four different versions of the law giving Theresa May the power to start Brexit have already been prepared as ministers brace themselves for Supreme Court defeat this week. Drafts have been circulating in an [...]

News review – 19 December 2016

December 19, 2016 // 14 Comments

Strikes Telegraph Strikes that spell misery for hundreds of thousands of people this week are set to worsen as Royal Mail staff threaten new wildcat stoppages which could delay millions of Christmas cards and presents. A further 1,000 Royal Mail delivery staff could take unofficial industrial [...]

Letters to the Editor – 22nd July 2016

July 22, 2016 // 3 Comments

Our contributors and readers are also keen users of the internet. They send us little snippets, a selection of which we share below. The first comes from our contributor Antony Nailer: During my ongoing observations of the Universe I noticed a considerable disturbance in the Force on 23 June 2016. [...]

Saturday Papers – 6th February 2016

February 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

World Economy Financial doomsayer Ambrose Evans-Pritchard reports that “Oil market spiral threatens to prick global debt bubble, warns BIS” in the Telegraph The global oil industry is caught in a self-feeding downward spiral as falling prices cause producers to boost output even further in a [...]

How England became the mother of modern politics – Part 6

January 11, 2016 // 0 Comments

The way to political success Whatever its cause, England‘s political development is unparalleled. If political success lies in the general tenor of English society, the institutions through which it was achieved were cultivated from the thirteenth century The start of the long climb towards [...]

The Times goes Tabloid

November 30, 2015 // 1 Comment

Two academics, Caitlin Milazzo and Matthew Goodwin, have followed the progress of UKIP closely, and over the last year or so have conducted a large number of interviews with elected members, staff and supporters. While maintaining a spirit of impartial enquiry, they have always come across as [...]

Courant Times – Monday 9th November 2015

November 9, 2015 // 3 Comments

UKIP, Say ‘No’ to EU tour: watch tonight’s public meeting in Gloucester featuring Nigel Farage live from 7.00pm via this live stream link Jill Seymour MEP: (transport spokesman) Saving costs is easy – just scrap the HS2 rail-link Common Sense:- Breitbart: UKIP financial [...]

Anti-US prejudice steps up a gear

June 5, 2015 // 4 Comments

Negotiations on an EU/US free trade deal are grinding slowly through the bureaucratic mechanisms on both sides of the Atlantic.  The deal is called TTIP – the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership – and it involves something called ISDS – the Investor/State Dispute Settlement [...]
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