Author Archives: Robert Henderson

Book review – Displacement

The story of  a man resigned to being a victim because he does not realise he is a victim Author Derek Turner Obtainable from  Amazon Review by Robert Henderson In his last work Sea Changes Derek Turner offered a large … Continue reading

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Immigration  and the price of a liberal conscience

Robert Henderson British politicians and the mainstream media has been  excitedly  pointing  to what they describe  as the great generosity of the British public  in offering to take  immigrants into their homes. The reality is rather different  for the  number … Continue reading

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The decline of batting technique and other modern cricketing ills

Robert Henderson The batting of the 2015 Australian side on anything other than a featherbed pitch  has been shockingly inept,  not least because for  twenty years or so from the late 1980s  Australia had top class batsmen coming out of … Continue reading

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Defend your national territory  or lose it

Robert Henderson The present attempts of migrants from around the Mediterranean and  beyond to effectively invade Europe have brought the long simmering immigration threat to a head.  First World   politicians can no longer pretend it is under any sort of … Continue reading

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Britain will vote to leave the EU if the public message is right

Robert  Henderson One thing about the coming EU referendum is certain: it will be a much fairer fight than that which occurred in 1975 when  the  stay-in camp had captured most leading politicians including all the party leaders,  all  the … Continue reading

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Bruges Group Meeting 1 June 2015 – John Redwood says he could vote to stay in the EU

Meeting title: The EU and the Future of Britain Robert Henderson Speakers: Tim Aker  (Ukip  MEP) John Redwood (Tory  MP) Peter Oborne (Associate editor of the Spectator  magazine) The meeting was well attended with in excess of 200 people present, … Continue reading

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Shamocracy – The Tories give a whole new meaning to democracy

If you won’t vote for an elected mayor have an unelected one Robert Henderson The Tories are currently bleating their heads off about how they  are all for bringing  politics and the exercise of  political  power to the people. Local … Continue reading

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