McKinstry’s Mauling

CSM EDITORIAL Excusing corpses and those voters forced to vote by imams for fear of a beheading, if there’s anyone left in Britain still thinking of voting for Corbyn’s Labour Party then they need to read Leo McKinstry’s account of working alongside Jeremy Corbyn for a decade in his Islington North constituency. McKinstry spells out the obvious – that “the Labour Party is in the … Continue reading McKinstry’s Mauling

Left-Wing Hypocrites Don’t Exist

BY BEN PENSANT The greatest weapon in the left’s arsenal is the ability to hold two conflicting opinions at once. It’s a skill dopey right-wingers call ‘cognitive dissonance’ – a fascist concept invented by Hitler and weaponized by trolls to smear the type of people who abhor misogyny, homophobia and antisemitism but defend the planet’s most misogynist, homophobic and antisemitic religion. So us Lefties can … Continue reading Left-Wing Hypocrites Don’t Exist

The Bitter Momentum Conference

BY ANDREW MOODY It is now the last week in September 2018, and it seems that many still refuse to accept the Democratic process. Look over at the Momentum Conference (it’s not a Labour conference, is it?) going on in Liverpool this week. It’s not as if in last year’s election people voted for these Trotskyites, is it? Labour is just depressing these days for … Continue reading The Bitter Momentum Conference

Nasty Little Men

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

Pity Online Trolls, Don’t Fear Them

BY TIM DAWSON My trolls and I have one thing in common – we love talking about me. As a Conservative, I’ve attracted my fair share of abuse and vitriol. It’s to be expected. It’s a part of life that, if you stick your head above the parapet, somebody’s going to shoot at it. Threats, graphic sexual remarks, missives to friends. It’s all there in … Continue reading Pity Online Trolls, Don’t Fear Them

I Know His Type

BY ANDREW MOODY Jeremy Corbyn came into his own during last year’s snap election. Drawing huge crowds, appearing calm, prepared, well spoken, he made a fool out of PM Theresa May on the TV debates she refused to turn up to. The Utopian Labour Manifesto (impossible to implement) was wildly popular with socialist-identifying British. Of course Socialists tend to be far less capable in a … Continue reading I Know His Type

Brexit – Or Else

BY DAVID EYLES The current chaos and confusion exhibited by the government over the Brexit negotiations begs the question: What will be the electoral consequences of a ‘failed Brexit’ or a ‘weak Brexit’ or even ‘no Brexit’? To answer that question, this report analyses the 2015 and 2017 election results for every current Conservative MP and their constituencies. These are tied back to the 2016 … Continue reading Brexit – Or Else