In the Dark Heart of Remain Britain

BY SAM WHITE A pragmatic decision was made by the people of the United Kingdom last year, to jump the listing European Union tanker and make a bid for freedom. Following the referendum, relieved and optimistic voters around Britain have been looking forward to a future which is both global and sovereign. There have manifested though, pockets of the country in which the door has … Continue reading In the Dark Heart of Remain Britain

Losing Labour’s Extremists Emboldened

BY SAM WHITE It’s easy to distinguish the many decent Labour supporters out there—they’re the ones who are alarmed by the rise of Jeremy Corbyn. The ones who are as disturbed as anyone by the party leadership’s links to the IRA, Hamas, and Hezbollah. Who don’t want a leader that always sides with Britain’s opponents in times of conflict. A leader that voted against preventing … Continue reading Losing Labour’s Extremists Emboldened