Well Done, Mrs May

CSM EDITORIAL Prior to the General Election – and when she bravely called it – we have fully backed Theresa May on the pages of this magazine. Ever since, we have not been kind to, or supportive of, our Prime Minister. Not since the Prime Minister imploded in the General Election campaign, threatening the country with the appalling Corbyn and making the UK seem a … Continue reading Well Done, Mrs May

Gotta Love the DUP

BY JOHN ISMAEL When Theresa May imploded during this year’s General Election, there was much doom and gloom. Albeit briefly, many of us were imagining a 1970’s style period of short-lived governments, one of which would be run by the Britain-hating Corbyn and the tragic cult of dross and gullibles who fester around him. The fixed term parliament act, and the supply deal set up … Continue reading Gotta Love the DUP

The Undercurrent of European Euroscepticism

BY JAMIE FOSTER An article in the Daily Express caught my eye this week. It is based on a report by the group A New Pact For Europe which claims that the rise in populist parties across Europe offers a threat to the very existence of the EU. The report states that members of the European public are disenchanted with the political class who are … Continue reading The Undercurrent of European Euroscepticism

The Brexit Grandee Guilt Trip

BY SAM HOOPER Efforts by pro-EU political grandees to guilt the country into feeling bad about Brexit by elevating trivial British victories in ancient, minor trade disputes as proof of our great influence in Brussels only reveal the poverty of their ambition for Britain. Another day, another ageing political grandee is wheeled out to lecture us about how selfish and ungrateful we were to turn … Continue reading The Brexit Grandee Guilt Trip

Gove’s Environmental Watchdog

BY JAMIE FOSTER Michael Gove has announced a new Environmental Watchdog which will be created to protect Britain’s wildlife, land, sea and air following Brexit. It is intended to be a bulwark against the powerful and to ensure that environmental standards don’t slip when we leave the EU. A cross party environmental committee has expressed concern about what will happen in the aftermath of Brexit. … Continue reading Gove’s Environmental Watchdog

Two Brexits

BY SAM HOOPER Not everything of value can be measured or counted, and Remainers opposing Brexit purely on economic or materialistic terms are doomed to forever misunderstand half the country when they refuse to view Brexit through any other prism. If we are to have any hope of knitting Britain back together after Brexit, Remainers must first acknowledge and seek to understand an entire aspect … Continue reading Two Brexits