Politics

Theresa Mayday

Britain’s international relations have acquired something of Paris in the spring of ...

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Timing Is Everything

William Gladstone, the great Victorian Liberal leader, the most successful electoral polit...

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Parliament Without Power

It's important to restrict the power of government"€”any government. In Britain this use...

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Boris Johnson

The Perils of Winning

"€œThe whole worl"€™ is in a state o"€™ chassis,"€ says a character in a Sean O"...

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Houses of Parliament, London

Will There Always Be an England?

In his op-ed in The Washington Post, Chris Grayling, leader of the House of Commons, made ...

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David Cameron

The Cynosure of Rightwing Hopes

Just after 10pm last Thursday, the BBC was allowed to broadcast the results of the exit po...

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Nicola Sturgeon

Change for Change’s Sake

Britain's new multi-party politics has pundits and bookies salivating at the prospect of m...

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The Reign of John Bercow

The Speaker of the House of Commons is the most powerful commoner in the United Kingdom. O...

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James Goad

An Interview With James Goad

James Goad is the Chairman of the Worcester City branch of the United Kingdom Independence...

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Scottish Independence Is Crap

"€œSee, if you was Billy Connolly sitting right there,"€ said the Winston Churchill d...

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Let Us Have Gay Marriage, But not Yet

I have never shared or understood the moral prejudice against homosexual acts. Even as a b...

British Politics

In Defense of English Civilization

We know that England is under attack, and from its own ruling class. Before we can speak o...

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The Shriveling Scottish Identity

When Scotland and England were united formally in 1707, the Scottish Earl of Seafield rema...

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Eric Joyce MP

Eric Joyce’s Hands-On Politics 

On Tuesday February 22nd, police were called to the Strangers"€™ Bar in the House of Com...