Remembering who we were.

12th September 2020 4

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Corona Virus Legislation: The Gagging of Parliament.

11th September 2020 22

What do the new abortion laws in Northern Ireland, the new mental health sectioning laws, the new local authority disability benefit rules and the £10,000 fine given to Piers Corbyn have in common? Not a lot one would think, but of course they do – they were all passed under new Corona virus legislation without Parliament ever voting on any … [Read on]

A Diet of Worms 2020 ?

6th September 2020 5

Luther was condemned at the Diet of Worms in 1521 for his attack on the corruption of the church. But if you thought indulgences, excommunication, burning at the stake, witches and witchfinders, blasphemy, papal bulls, book burning, and the church’s seizure of the common people’s wealth, ended with Luther, think again and watch this amusing video. Subscribe to the quarterly … [Read on]

British Army veteran violently arrested while filming at Dover.

5th September 2020 38

No sign of armchair anti immigration conservatives in this footage. Leave it to the working classes to go out and fight for our right to be free citizens in our own country. Middle class Tories deserve Priti Patel and the consequences of their cowardly silence over mass immigration Apology. Initial information about this man suggested that he was much older … [Read on]

Don’t Swallow that!

3rd September 2020 6

This article is in the new edition of the Salisbury Review out September 1st. Buy the digital version for as little as £10 a year I sometimes see Vera in the street, a small scurrying person with that slightly distracted look older women sometimes have, as if they might have left a boiling pan on. I met her recently as … [Read on]

Double Espresso – or is it the New World Order ?

3rd September 2020 19

While attending the anti-lockdown protest at Trafalgar Square last Saturday, I crossed the road to the Caffe Nero.  In a queue I chatted to a pleasant couple in their 60s behind me. When it was my turn, I ordered a double espresso and produced a fiver. The young European guy serving told me that I must pay by card. Now, if … [Read on]

The BBC advocates Black Lesbian Farming

31st August 2020 27

It used to be soothing to drift into Sunday morning listening to BBC Radio 4’s On Your Farm, hearing advice on stock ownership and agricultural practice. Recent issues have included Brexit, the EU Common Agricultural and Fisheries Policy, GM crops, biotechnology, pesticides, animal welfare, organic farming and problems with rural broadband; a good start to a day dominated by The … [Read on]

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