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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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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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Devolution and the House of Lords

Robert Henderson There is one important aspect of the devolution mess created since 1997 which receives little or no attention in the mainstream media or from mainstream politicians, namely, the role of the House of Lords.  As things stand  all … Continue reading

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The Archers: an everyday story of simple ever more absurd storylines folk

Robert Henderson What a remarkable place is  Ambridge. In an England experiencing  normal  rather dry winter weather Ambridge is in currently in  the grip of what one can only imagine is a  monsoon  that  has escaped from the tropics and … Continue reading

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Molesting justice

Robert Henderson The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Alison Saunders  is to issue new  guidance to  police forces and prosecutors on the treatment of allegations of rape, viz: Mrs Saunders said: “For too long society has blamed rape victims for … Continue reading

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Islam is simply incompatible with Western society

Robert Henderson Seventeen people have  been murdered in the two terrorist attacks in Paris (between  7-9th January 2015). Ten were journalists, including some of France’s leading cartoonists,   working for the  French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. To them can be added … Continue reading

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Don’t let the elf and safety  fanatics emasculate cricket

Robert Henderson There is a very real danger of  a knee-jerk health and safety reaction to  the tragic death of the Australian batsman Phil Hughes emasculating cricket.  Hughes was hit on the back of the neck  trying to hook when … Continue reading

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