Woolwich: some sense at least

A ban on troops wearing uniforms in public in the wake of the brutal killing of serving solider Lee Rigby on the streets of London has been lifted amid fears it gave the impression they had been cowed by extremists.According to the Daily Mail David Cameron made clear...

Woolwich: Who to blame?

In his own words: “I apologise that women have had to witness this today, but in our land our women have to see the same.” That’s at the very heart of the matter: A British citizen who has more identity with the country of his family’s origin...
Crime: the streets of London

Crime: the streets of London

Crime: the streets of London Richard North, 23/05/2013    Follow @eureferendum How does one make sense of the events of which we learned yesterday? What are the policy implications? What do we expect of our legislators? What should we be telling them to do?Experts...

A terrible secret

According to comments on Robert Henderson’s blog I am an “Identity Christian”. That makes me a self-hater and “assimilationist” on Anglo Saxon identity.People who share this appellation belong to a group who used to be called...

EU politics: they’re at it again

Diverse legacy media sources are prattling about today’s European Council, adopting the usual slovenly practice of calling it a “summit”, rather than by its correct title.To start the proceedings, Van Rompuy is hosting a working lunch with an...

UK politics: the fatal weakness of UKIP

Allister Heath is slumming it for the Telegraph Media Group, although he has a perfectly good platform as editor of City AM from which to express his thoughts.Nevertheless, he addresses a serious issue which badly needs some air, although the headline doesn’t do...

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