BY JAMIE FOSTER As Theresa May prepares to bring her contentious deal back before parliament for a third meaningful vote, presuming John Bercow gets over himself, members of the ERG have some serious questions to ask themselves. Do they back the deal this time round to ensure that Brexit is achieved or do they hold their nerve in the face of all the threats that … Continue reading Hold Your Nerve
BY ANDREW KELLY Among all the failures of the disgraceful capitulation of the UK PM’s deal, no doubt the biggest was accepting that the Eire/Ulster issue is the UK’s problem to solve. This was a trap set by the EU that our (useless) negotiators willingly entered and is now the central complication in an apparently intractable problem (for the UK to solve). As an aside, … Continue reading Seeing Through the EU’s Irish Trap
BY DOMINIC WIGHTMAN This week’s attack on Jacob Rees-Mogg and his children was despicable but should come as no surprise. Rees-Mogg and his family were ambushed by protesters outside his home in Westminster. Footage posted on Tuesday by Class War, an organisation claiming to be a “working class action group”, showed police standing guard as a small group of demonstrators confronted the Conservative MP, his … Continue reading Nasty Little Men
BY JOHN ISMAEL News that Jacob Rees-Mogg’s property was the target of an attack by left-wing extremist vandals appears in The Daily Mail today: “Jacob Rees-Mogg’s home has been attacked by vandals who spray painted his windows and left a dildo on the bonnet of his car. The Conservative MP’s windows were sprayed with the words ‘posh scum’ while ‘****head’ and ‘shut up and die’ … Continue reading Where Are the Tory Vandals?
BY JAMIE FOSTER Hard left students planning protests should bear in mind the law of unintended consequences. That group of nine students who demonstrated at the Churchill themed Blighty UK cafe in Finsbury Park, North London appear to have brought a great deal of useful publicity to the cafe. It has shot up the Trip Advisor rankings and is now number 17 out of 1,180 … Continue reading Balaclava Marketing
BY JOHN ISMAEL Reason states that the Corbynites certainly do not merit a reaction. Momentum and Labour activists tend to have loud voices rather than being in control of large swathes of voters. McDonnell, Abbott and Nugee are hardly of a calibre worth giving any respect to. Without JC, no doubt there will be dissent in the Labour Party and the cock will not need … Continue reading The Antidote?