European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker gave his final state of the Union Address on Wednesday. His speech was critical of Theresa May’s Brexit plan Read Story
WITH hindsight it is clear that the senior echelons of the civil service never accepted the result of the referendum. They were following Cameron and Osborne’s lead in refusing to prepare for a Leave result. Read Story
Following an undercover operation in which detectives posed as drugs users, 16 men have been sentenced to a total of 49 years for charges including the supply of heroin and crack cocaine. Read Story
The important thing is to stop endlessly debating what we would do if in power on ideological grounds, but concentrate on getting there via practical means. Pragmatism does not mean loss of principles – it means distinguishing between recognition of the objective (strategy) and flexibility of means (tactics) – using every opportunity to get closer to the real goal. Read Story
Enoch Powell became famous (some say notorious) fifty years ago when, as a Conservative opposition MP, he gave a speech criticising large scale immigration from the Commonwealth on 20 April 1968, to a Conservative Association meeting in Birmingham.
It is sad to report the death of Ken Booth, the first Deputy Chairman of the British Democratic Party. His funeral took place in his home city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne on Tuesday 7th August, attended by over 100 mourners, Read Story
Kamal Ahmed, the BBC’s new Editorial Director of News, was born in the UK with a Sudanese father and an English mother. A graduate of Leeds University in 1990 with a degree in politics, it is not surprising he later worked on The Guardian and then became political editor of The Observer. Read Story
The media make me sick. A gunman went on the rampage in Toronto Canada, killing two and injuring twelve and all the media can do is say people should not jump to any conclusions about possible motivation in regard to this incident. Read Story