Author Archives: Robert Henderson

What is wrong with English cricket?

I have been watching English first class cricket  since the 1950s. During the  2014 season I  watched  eight days of county cricket. The matches  involved  ten of the eighteen counties . These counties  were evenly drawn from the first and … Continue reading

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The BBC and “coloured  players“

Robert Henderson Twice in the past few days  two  interviewees from the football world  on Radio 5 have used the word coloured in connection with  black players  when discussing the possible introduction of the Rooney Rule into English football. The … Continue reading

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Devolution and an in-out referendum Part 2 – The hard facts to be put before the Celts

Devolution and an in-out referendum – UKIP Daily Devolution and an in-out referendum – UKIP Daily In part 1 I looked at the UK electoral arithmetic which suggested that England might well  vote to leave the EU  while one or … Continue reading

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Devolution and an EU In/Out Referendum – The Electoral Arithmetic – UKIP Daily

Devolution and an EU In/Out Referendum – The Electoral Arithmetic – UKIP Daily Devolution and an EU In/Out Referendum – The Electoral… Little attention is being given to the implications for an IN/OUT referendum of the ever more potent devolution … Continue reading

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Book Review – Sea Changes

Derek Turner Washington Summit Publishers ISBN  978-1-59368-002-2 By Robert Henderson The time is somewhere around the present: the place is England. Thirty seven  bodies wash-up on the North-East coast of England. Some have gunshot wounds. All are would-be illegal immigrants.  … Continue reading

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The persecution of Emma West continues

Robert Henderson Emma West  was arrested in November 2011 after she protested about immigration whilst travelling on a bus. Her protest was captured on video and uploaded to YouTube as well as being copied by many national media outlets. The … Continue reading

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The Scottish referendum and the accidental emergence of the English voice

Robert Henderson The outcome of the Scottish independence referendum has resulted in the breaking of a particularly effective omerta within the British political classes, namely, that there should be no acknowledgement of the wilful damage done to English interests by … Continue reading

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