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Meet Britain's Compassionate, Homicidal Welfare System

Some thoughts about the UK's one size fits all welfare system

by Samuel Hooper, 29 Mar 2018


The Square

Review of an art house comedy film which mocks the art world and political correctness

by British Awakening, 26 Mar 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 24 March

Brexit terms of surrender, Count Dankula conviction and other items

by The Participator, 26 Mar 2018


Alastair Campbell And The Mental Illness Bandwagon

Alastair Campbell has been in the media a lot in recent years talking about mental health

by Chauncey Tinker, 24 Mar 2018


The Solution To Europe's Pensions Crisis!

by Chauncey Tinker, 22 Mar 2018


The Battle Of Speakers' Corner

A compilation of some of the most interesting footage of the event on Sunday

by Chauncey Tinker, 20 Mar 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 17 March

Freedom of speech under attack once again, and other items

by The Participator, 18 Mar 2018


Who To Believe - Putin Or May And The Fake News BBC?

Confidence in the establishment has to be at an all time low, we don't know who to believe any more

by British Awakening, 15 Mar 2018


Hate Crime Policing In The Idiocracy - Part 1

An astonishing statement from the Metropolitan Police website's advice on hate crime reporting

by Chauncey Tinker, 15 Mar 2018


DISGRACE - Amber Rudd Must Resign

Amber Rudd has presided over an absolute shambles at the Home Office, she has to go

by Chauncey Tinker, 13 Mar 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 10 March

A lot of freedom of speech issues this week, and other items

by The Participator, 11 Mar 2018


Towards A Moral Consensus

Broaching a subject we haven't really talked about much yet - morality

by Chauncey Tinker, 8 Mar 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 3 March

Our weekly roundup of news and other items that caught our interest

by The Participator, 5 Mar 2018


The BBC Coup And The Free Press

A look at how the "British Broadcasting Corporation" is attempting to become the main arbiter of news both nationally and locally

by Andrew L Gardner, 3 Mar 2018


A Looming Crisis In South Africa? - UPDATE 27 Feb 2018

A motion to enable expropriation of farmers land without compensation has been passed

by Chauncey Tinker, 1 Mar 2018


Charidee - Displays of Affectation

Some thoughts about the characters attracted to the charitable sector

by British Awakening, 28 Feb 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 24 February

Our weekly roundup of news and other items that caught our interest

by The Participator, 26 Feb 2018


NHS Defenders Value Ideology Over Healthcare Outcomes, But Voters Increasingly Disagree

Looking at the results of an opinion poll by the REFORM think-tank that suggest that voters think reform of the NHS is needed more than increased spending

by Samuel Hooper, 22 Feb 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 17 February

Focusing on the migrant crisis in Italy and other items.

by The Participator, 19 Feb 2018


Immigration and Libertarianism

Looking at the erroneous ideas of the libertarian movement regarding immigration

by Chauncey Tinker, 15 Feb 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 10 February

Chastity belts making a comeback in Germany and other items

by The Participator, 12 Feb 2018


Did you vote for a Soft Remain or a Hard Remain?

A response to calls for a second referendum that flips the argument and throws it right back at them

by British Awakening, 10 Feb 2018


Immigration and the Common People

Why many of the poorer people of Britain have a different attitude towards immigration and the EU

by Chauncey Tinker, 8 Feb 2018


Kirsty Wark's Cathy Newman Moment

How Kirsty Wark radicalized the unholy alliance against Tommy Robinson on Newsnight

by Chauncey Tinker, 6 Feb 2018


Other Items That Caught Our Eye This Week - w/e 3 February

Our weekly roundup of news and other items that caught our interest

by The Participator, 5 Feb 2018


We Need To Constrain Unchecked Government Power, For The Sake Of Brexit And Our Future Democracy

Moves afoot to reverse the results of democratic votes, do we need to change the system?

by Samuel Hooper, 3 Feb 2018