Giving Up 1000 Years of Struggle to be Ruled by Foreigners

“By the year 2000”, he went on – in words that history has shown were a true prophecy – the immigrant population “must be in the region of five to seven million, approximately one-tenth of the whole population, and approaching that of Greater London… Whole areas, towns and parts of towns across England will be occupied by sections of the immigrant and immigrant-descended population.” Read Story

Moderation is Not Another Word for Muddled Thinking

The key to the muddle is a confusion between nationality and citizenship. In Western Europe, in general, and in Britain in particular, they are seen as synonyms. In Eastern Europe – even in the Soviet era – (and to some extent in Germany) they seem to be distinct. Read Story

“I Think We Are Just Throwing Our heritage Away”

An LBC radio listener rang in to claim than Britain is “just throwing away its heritage” following the broadcast of the latest immigration statistics.
Paul from Liverpool reacted angrily to the news, telling LBC presenter Ian Collins: “I think we are just throwing our heritage away”. Read Story

Spirit of Cambria

for this journey, we will be travelling not to the land of Dylan the poet, but north – to an ancient river valley, and farms and villages whose people have changed little in centuries, and to a remarkable and much-overlooked Welsh battlement… Read Story