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The Remainer rearguard

Prior to the 2016 European Union Referendum I had certain assumptions about Britain, our laws and our politics. It was inconceivable to me that we would have an election and the result not be implemented. I couldn’t imagine Labour winning an election and somehow being prevented from forming a Government. …

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The New Extremism

The changes in our society since the fall of communism were not predicted by anyone at the time.  This article summarises what we can see in retrospect and it is not pretty.  Marxism and Conservatism are being replaced by a deviant form of secularism. The most obvious change since the …

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Getting out of the burning building

There is an establishment in British politics. What I mean by this is that there is a political consensus, for I don’t want to personify the word ‘establishment’ in a way that is not true. It may be that at one time there was a group of powerful people sitting …

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