This is a non-partisan blog. A few months ago this blog argued that ‘conservatism isn’t working’. That diagnosis is now clearer than ever. As the Conservative Party struggles to navigate Britain’s exit from the European Union, the Paradise Papers have ensnared its leading donor, Lord Aschroft, while parliamentary sex scandals have humiliated party grandees. Meanwhile, … Continue reading Socialism Strikes Back
This week in his State of Union address, the President of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, set out his vision for a United States of Europe. For an organisation which has haemorrhaged one of its most important member-states this is an ambitious vision. But with the United Kingdom now out of the Union, Juncker has … Continue reading Europe: United States of Amnesia
Immigration should not be a dirty word. It is because of mankind’s restless spirit that homo sapiens ventured out of Africa all those years go, that America was discovered, and that man will one day live on another planet. But, it has become a dirty word because of the way that it has been managed … Continue reading The Globalists are the Dreamers
The Old Etonian Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for North East Somerset, topped a poll run by ConservativeHome this week for future Conservative Party leaders. Over recent months Mogg has gathered a following on social media amongst young activists seeking to combat the rise of Jeremy Corbyn’s brand of socialism. ConHome, however, is a “safe seat” of … Continue reading The Great British Class-Off
Last month the Labour MP Sarah Champion did something that British liberalism used to do best: she spoke out. In an article for The Sun, Champion claimed that ‘British Pakistani men are raping and exploiting white girls’ by citing an independent report (confirmed by a government report) which connected 1,400 child sexual exploitation cases in … Continue reading Labour Has a Problem With Facts.