BY ANTHONY WHITEHEAD My Dad didn’t talk much about the war and was not particularly heroic about it. Recalling his landing on the Normandy beaches he commented: “It was D-day – plus one – thank God!’. But he did say this: “That I should point a gun at another young man like me and shoot him dead just because he has a different colour uniform … Continue reading Don’t Mention the War
BY DAVID EYLES First it was going to be outside in the street. The lectern was set up. The press pack were alerted. But it was only going to be two journos from the Beeb, one television camera and no questions. It was certainly not going to be a press conference. Then there was a technical glitch – they couldn’t get the power to the … Continue reading A Landscape of Fear
BY JAMIE FOSTER Jeremy Corbyn has spelled out Labour’s position on the EU stating that he wishes to have a customs union with the EU that will leave the UK a say in trade deals struck with other nations. At first blush this would appear a fantastical position. Having left the EU it is impossible that Britain could have either a vote or a veto … Continue reading Remoaner Corbyn
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
The EU Exit Bill is worth paying? Or should the UK just walk? Here we ask you how much you’d be willing to pay: Continue reading Pay the EU Exit Bill?