Revoke for Euro Schengen Hell

BY JAMIE FOSTER Donald Tusk getting involved in the UK General Election is strange. Maybe he is missing the limelight now that his EU role has ended and he is so easily seen through back in his homeland – increasingly Eurosceptic Poland.  His suggestion that Remainers should not give up is also peculiar – what they are calling for in Revoke no longer exists. The … Continue reading Revoke for Euro Schengen Hell

Just Go Away Hillary

BY ALEXIA JAMES Hillary Clinton showing up during a UK General Election campaign used to be significant. Not anymore. Nowadays she’s as relevant as King Herod’s first wife, Doris. Did you know that Hillary Clinton’s speaking fees have plummeted? According to Newsweek, after she left her job as secretary of state but before she declared her 2016 candidacy, Hillary Clinton used to make $200,000 per … Continue reading Just Go Away Hillary

Coconut Curry Noodle Soup

Ingredients: 125 dry rice noodles 1 tablespoon coconut or olive oil 1 large shallot finely diced 1 tablespoon fresh ginger, chopped or grated 2 garlic cloves, minced 2-3 tablespoons Thai Red Curry Paste (store bought) 1/2 teaspoon turmeric – optional pinch cardamom- optional 400ml can coconut milk 250ml chicken broth (or use water and one chicken stock cube) 1 thinly sliced red bell pepper (optional … Continue reading Coconut Curry Noodle Soup

More Concessions Required

CSM EDITORIAL The decision taken by the Brexit Party to not stand in the 317 seats won by the Conservatives in 2017 is a big step forward towards Brexit and something this magazine has campaigned for of late: “It seems nonsensical that people will vote for the Brexit Party in seats where they will split the vote and let a Liberal Democrat or Labour candidate … Continue reading More Concessions Required


BY BEN PENSANT There are many things to admire about pint-sized Eco-warrior Greta Funbag, such as her courage, intellect, shiny locks, and cute-as-a-button nose. She has a finger-wagging demeanour which is beautifully complimented by a cold stare so piercing it could make an organic onion cry. However, Greta’s two most impressive features have little to do with pigtails or principles. In fact they have little … Continue reading Greta

Great War Chinese Labourers Forgotten

BY ANASTASIA CHOO The 140,000 Chinese farm labourers, who over a century ago volunteered to leave their remote villages and work for Britain and France in the first world war, have been called “the forgotten of the forgotten”. Over the past decade, the story of China’s human contribution to the Great War has received some of the attention it has long been denied. These peasant … Continue reading Great War Chinese Labourers Forgotten

Remembrance Sunday 2019

VICAR Dear Readers of Country Squire Magazine, I trust that You are well and that your loved ones are happy and healthy this Remembrance Sunday. This week I’d like to draw your attention to our armed services and their families. Not only do the armed services in the UK have an increasingly difficult time when they are serving – now that they have lawyers to worry … Continue reading Remembrance Sunday 2019