Category Archives: World influence

Killing two political birds with one stone

Resolving the UK’s unfinished devolution and the Irish border  questions Robert Henderson Brexit provides a wonderful opportunity to  deal simultaneously with  two major political difficulties.  These  are  the  unbalanced devolution arrangements  in the UK and   what is to be done  … Continue reading

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After the EU referendum

The battle has been won but not the war Robert Henderson The Europhiles threw a great deal at the EU referendum campaign.  There was the shameless   use of government resources especially those of the Treasury to propagandise for the Remain … Continue reading

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Film Review – Mr Turner

Main cast Timothy Spall as Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) Dorothy Atkinson as Hannah Danby Paul Jesson as William Turner Marion Bailey as Sophia Booth Ruth Sheen as Sarah Danby Sandy Foster as Evalina Dupois – Martin Savage as Benjamin … Continue reading

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Mending English cricket

Robert Henderson The dire performance of the England team in Australia this winter is  arguably the worst ever Ashes performance by England,  both because of the lack of spirit and the mediocre quality of the Australian side. When England lost … Continue reading

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The non-economic costs of mass immigration to the UK

Robert Henderson Debate about the costs of mass  immigration in mainstream politics and  media concentrate overwhelmingly on the economic costs. Indeed, public debate is very often solely about the economics, whether that be the difference between tax paid and benefits … Continue reading

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The terms on which the rebellious American colonists may be taken back into the Empire

In 2002 the following request was made by denizens of the District of Columbia to rejoin the British Empire “DC Vote would like to encourage supporters of DC rights to come out to the British Embassy on July 3, 2002 … Continue reading

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How the English saw themselves at the height of Empire – Cecil Rhodes’ will

Today the English are frequently represented by the politically correct left liberals  as being a people without any sense of identity, indeed, not really a Nation  at all.  The politically correct are able to freely peddle this fantasy because at present … Continue reading

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