Mrs May: Sock puppet of Whitehall

24th September 2018 2

Olly Robbins, the grinning apparition you see at Mrs May’s side in Brussels, part of Whitehall’s ‘Beating Heart of Remain’ was given a bonus of £20,000 above his annual salary of £160,000 for his ‘good’ work in negotiating Britain’s withdrawal from Europe. I suspect it is for his influence over Mrs May. I wonder whether Mrs May is his sock … [Read on]

Burquas; Symbolic Combat Gear

24th September 2018 2

The BBC’s Question Time exerts a horrible compulsive fascination. We know what we are to be served up, it makes us hurl expletives at the screen (my wife, who is trying to sleep, tells me to shut up), and yet we still hope that maybe just one panel member or audience member will have the courage to expose the liberals … [Read on]

The Power Game that is the EU

24th September 2018 3

Sometimes one of our old soldiers, who risked his life and gave his youth fighting to defend this country, pops up to explain why the European Union is the imagined future he fought for. Pro-Brussels campaigners glibly make use of them. Eurofederalists exploit those brave combat veterans in the same way they dishonestly quote Churchill’s hope for a union of … [Read on]

Self Esteem Disease

23rd September 2018 8

‘Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me,’ this saying was given to us for protection when we started school. Call it to anyone who tries to bully you and they will give up,’ we were told. I didn’t experience any bullying at my schools, but I believe it’s now wide-spread among the young, via … [Read on]

St Joan of Brussels

22nd September 2018 4

Mrs May’s Chequers plan was comprehensively rejected by the EU at Salzburg yesterday evening. They might as well have soaked an effigy of Mrs May in petrol, thrown it on the fire and danced around as it burned, their grotesque cackles and screams piercing the night air. But it seems that Mrs May still has not got the message. Like … [Read on]

The NHS. Robbing the old and the sick

21st September 2018 4

Editorial in the current Autumn edition of the Salisbury Review The NHS can be thought of as a bankrupt insurance company whose directors are resorting to criminal means to stay in business. Founded in 1948, it promised its customers free health care for life in return for obligatory premiums taken from taxes. It began with high hopes. The much-feared doctor’s … [Read on]

1 2 3 4 5 99