Labour Calls Farmers Irrelevant

BY CSM EDITORIAL On June 13th Emma Bean wrote a piece on LabourList (the equivalent of Conservative Home) suggesting that the Labour Party should focus its efforts on Scotland, on Jewish Britain and on the Countryside, where it performed weakly at the General Election on the 8th. Let us put Ruth Davidson and Labour Antisemitism aside for one moment. Regards the Countryside, this is what … Continue reading Labour Calls Farmers Irrelevant

Free Speech & Finsbury Park

BY SAM WHITE As news of the barbaric terror attack near Finsbury Park Mosque unfolded this week, the country convulsed. Another slaughter, but this time different. Just as brutal and horrifying as previous attacks, but committed not by a Muslim, but against Muslims. One person killed and ten injured after they left the mosque late at night, ploughed into by an anti-Muslim terrorist in a … Continue reading Free Speech & Finsbury Park

The Struggle is in the Streets

BY PROFESSOR COLIN TALBOT On Sunday 11th June I tweeted this: Guess what happens the day after? Crystal ball? No, just understanding the mindset of Bennite (Corbyn) and Trotskyist (McDonnell) politicos. To explain. In an earlier post I argued in detail that both Trots and Bennites think that real change only comes about through mass mobilization, not through Parliament. Indeed ‘parliamentary struggle’ they see as … Continue reading The Struggle is in the Streets

Day of Rage

BY JOHN ISMAEL Labour’s activist arm Momentum are planning a ‘RAGE’ riot in London on Wednesday during the Queens speech. At a time when London is already reeling from the London Bridge terror attacks, Grenfell Tower fire and Sunday’s Finsbury Park attack on Finsbury Park mosque-goers. Perhaps it is the hot weather or maybe they are just deluded? Either which way they are incredibly selfish. … Continue reading Day of Rage

Hinchingbrooke

BY CHARLES EVANS Hinchingbrooke House in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, was built around an 11th-century nunnery. After the Reformation, it passed into the hands of the Cromwell family, and subsequently, became the home of the Earls of Sandwich, including John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, reputedly the “inventor” of the modern sandwich. On 8 March 1538, Richard Williams (alias Cromwell) had the grant of the nunnery of … Continue reading Hinchingbrooke