Real Brexit Yoof Unheard

BY SAM HOOPER Nobody represents the post-referendum pro-EU “youthquake” – or at least the mainstream media’s determination to see and portray the uniform attitude of young people towards Brexit – better than Madeleina Kay, also known as “EU Supergirl”. Kay describes herself as an “artist, writer, musician and social activist from Sheffield”, but the vast bulk of her activism began after the EU referendum and focuses … Continue reading Real Brexit Yoof Unheard

Brexit & The Corridors of Power

BY SAM HOOPER Perhaps the most galling spectacle in the run-up to the EU referendum was the sight of numerous Conservative MPs and government ministers who had built their careers on a foundation of avowed euroscepticism (and often only won selection as a candidate after professing dislike of the Brussels to their local constituency associations) meekly fall in line with prime minister David Cameron’s campaign … Continue reading Brexit & The Corridors of Power

Brits’ Satisfying Soros Payback

BY JAMIE FOSTER George Soros, the Hungarian-American Billionaire investor has caused yet more furore as it has emerged that he has invested a further £100,000 in an anti Brexit organisation, Better for Britain, bringing the total invested by him up to £500,000. The main argument that Soros faces is that, as a foreigner, he is trying to interfere in British politics. Nick Timothy, in his … Continue reading Brits’ Satisfying Soros Payback

UKIP’s Existential Crisis?

BY JAMIE FOSTER UKIP is facing a crisis as a wave of resignations sweeps across key positions in the party over the leadership of Henry Bolton. The ex army officer already faced a vote of no confidence from UKIP’s NEC but is refusing to step down following reports about racist texts allegedly sent by his girlfriend Jo Marney. She is alleged to have said that … Continue reading UKIP’s Existential Crisis?

The False Allure of EU Referendum II

BY SAM HOOPER Beguiled by the irresistible prospect of overturning Brexit before it even happens, many Remainers are even more oblivious to the consequences of forcing and winning a second referendum than Brexiteers were to the fallout from victory in the first. What would actually happen in the event that there was a second EU referendum? Unforgiving timescales mean that the prospect of a second vote may … Continue reading The False Allure of EU Referendum II

As Wails Turn to Squeals

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN These days you need the hide of an elephant if you share conservative leanings and voted for Brexit. At least, that is if you dare venture onto social media, where a frothing plethora of time-rich academics, students and librarians, BBC staffers, and other subsidised species of vote losers like to hang out in consoling packs and vent their fury by shutting down … Continue reading As Wails Turn to Squeals

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