Ben Bradshaw: The New Paul Nuttall?

BY ALEXIA JAMES UKIP’s leader Paul Nuttall has something of a reputation for fibbing. His more notorious fibs include losing close friends in the Hillsborough tragedy, having a PhD and playing football for Tranmere Rovers. Nuttall has now either apologised for those false claims or blamed them on others. There’s nothing that the British public detests more than a deceitful politician and social media has … Continue reading Ben Bradshaw: The New Paul Nuttall?

London’s Voters Must Be Dim

BY JOHN ISMAEL Take London out of the equation and Labour currently poll about 18% across the UK. London is the last Labour stronghold and one is left scratching one’s head as to why that might be. Is it because of Labour mass immigration during the Blair years that tied thousands of London’s voters into welfare and guaranteed them as Labour supporters? The huge increases in … Continue reading London’s Voters Must Be Dim

Long Live the Traitors

BY SAM WHITE The right looks for converts, the left for traitors. So runs the famous saying and it’s true, but feels incomplete. The modern left sniffs around obsessively for racists, homophobes, pronoun-sceptics, Islam-doubters, and any other kind of careless bigot you can imagine, with the possible exception of anti-Semites, to whom the hard left is more likely to give a free pass and an … Continue reading Long Live the Traitors

The Corbynista Excuse Handbook

BY BEN PENSANT If Jeremy Corbyn loses on June 8th, expect the Corbynistas to draw on these five typical Labour excuses: 1. Stupidity Should the British people reject both Jezza’s principled socialism and the middle-class movement to stop Brexit, much will be written about the role played by the chaotic ineptness of the opposition. Don’t believe a word of it. Because who but the most educationally subnormal bin-man would fail … Continue reading The Corbynista Excuse Handbook

Labour’s Broken Window Economics

BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN The Broken Window fallacy – Henry Hazlitt’s take on Frédéric Bastiat’s essay in Economics in One Lesson – is one of the most basic yet oft forgotten economic lessons known to man. Labour’s manifesto yesterday exemplifies the stupidity or cynicism of certain politicians who continue to promulgate that government spending stimulates the economy. It’s the policy of the heroin addict who cannot … Continue reading Labour’s Broken Window Economics

No Party Has a Right To Exist Forever

BY MATTHEW CORRIGAN History records that a little before 23:00 Eastern Daylight Time on July 20 1969, Neil Alden Armstrong descended the ladder of the Eagle Lunar Landing Module and took mankind’s first tentative steps on the surface of the Moon. Bit of a conspiracy nut? Okay, try this one: Barcelona, Spain, 26 May 1999. In the dying moments of the Champions League Final, Manchester … Continue reading No Party Has a Right To Exist Forever

Reflecting on Catweasel

BY JON ALEXANDER So, here we are, a week after Labour received a battering in our Local Elections and four weeks before our General Election where Labour are widely expected to experience similar losses if not worse.  Now, faced with their political party’s annihilation, you would think their leaders and supporters would realise the impending drubbing Labour are about to receive and work out how to reconnect with … Continue reading Reflecting on Catweasel