The next great financial crash – just outside sir!

6th January 2021 8

It is said that instead of using government grants to help their businesses weather the Covid storm, company owners are throwing this fountain of fake money at companies like Tesla. So much has been thrown at the lithium battery manufacturer that the company is now worth a trillion and the stock price now so high the company cannot make a … [Read on]

The Salisbury Review’s New Year Resolutions.

2nd January 2021 8

Petition Amazon to show the country of manufacture on its goods so you don’t have to buy from China. Don’t buy from China anyhow. Not to pay the BBC licence. Fight Feminism. Give up your seat on the train to a woman. Subscribe to the quarterly print magazine Subscribe to the quarterly digital magazine

You did not read this in our parasite press

25th December 2020 8

Port of Dover: 36 Polish medics supported British during night COVID19 testing of stranded truck drivers .Release from Polish Embassy 12.55 Christmas Day On Thursday night, more than 30 doctors, nurses, diagnosticians and paramedics were deployed from Poland to help British services to test track drivers stranded at the port of Dover. The aim was to test as many drivers as possible … [Read on]

The Law stood on its Head

18th December 2020 11

The Appeal Court has decided not to extend the sentences of the killers of P C Harper. Another court has refused to prevent an extra runway being built at Heathrow thus opening the way to doubling the traffic and pollution over London. Last year the Supreme Court tried to overturn the Brexit referendum. Meanwhile day after day immigrant appeal court … [Read on]

Editorial: Winter Edition Salisbury Review Magazine

17th December 2020 7

Twenty years ago you could pass freely in and out of the country with a paper passport. The police could be there to arrest you if you were wanted for a major crime, but as they had no means of knowing when you would leave, or by what means, it was possible to slip out under an assumed name, a … [Read on]

They may well be unnecessary but if you think Boris’s new Covid restrictions in the UK are burdensome try Victoria Australia.

27th September 2020 11

Members of the white middle class, they live in a terrace house in the city centre. Both are both retired. He is 77 and has severe chest disease, she is 78 and recently has had heart trouble. Hard workers, they were expecting an enjoyable retirement among friends and relatives. Instead their government has sentenced them to indefinite house arrest which, … [Read on]

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