A FRONT National mayor has been elected in a southern French region as the eurosceptic party’s popularity sweeps the nation. Read Story
By Kevan Stafford Israel and the wider Jewish diaspora should not be above honest criticism where appropriate. All too often Read Story
By Leicestershire Correspondent In one or two decades time would we, as ‘Leave’ supporters have had enough genuine British voters Read Story
Britain’s wonderful historic vote to quit the EU will introduce much needed democratic accountability to the whole of Europe. It Read Story
Reproduced in full below is a Telegraph article by Jonathan Foreman* headlined “Theresa May is a great self-promoter, but a terrible Read Story
By Leicestershire Correspondent The EU referendum results in Birmingham reflect a divided city based on culture and values, with Read Story
Following the ‘Queen’s Speech’ on Wednesday 18th May it became clear that David Cameron had abandoned plans to make Parliament Read Story
It is possible the Government could be defeated on the Queen’s speech as a result of an amendment tabled by Paula Read Story
Have you noticed those daring, racially-charged sound-bites from our dear leader?
A couple of months ago he referred to swarms of would-be immigrants waiting in Calais.
the FN has tripled its vote compared to five years ago. The FN now has 356 regional councillors, compared to 117 in 2010, so it has more than tripled its representation. Some wipe out! Read Story
The OBR forecast was based on more than a million more immigrants added to the workforce between now and the next election. So Osborne’s budget must be based on the same assumption. Read Story
The FN topped the poll in six of France’s thirteen regions, where it will now run off against one or more of the system parties in the second round this coming Sunday, 13th December.
While undoubtedly the second round will prove a hard struggle in which every vote will count, there are reasons to hope that the FN will carry at least two of the six regions and might do better still. Read Story
Labour increase their share of the vote by 7.3% but a poor showing for Farage and his politically-correct fan-club in the Oldham by-election! No surprise there. What is surprising is the response of Farage
Mr Farage said Oldham’s Asian population had voted for Labour in large numbers, even though, he claimed some did not speak English but were signed up for postal votes. Read Story
Marketing includes promotion but does begin and end with it. Marketing follows the short term demands of consumers and adapts its product to those perceived demands. Marketing, when applied to Politics, does not start with Principles that it attempts to sell. It adapts its principles to the short term demands of the market (that might themselves have been cultivated in the longer term by carefully sown desires and priorities. Read Story