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A while ago I wrote a piece about Angry Old Men (hat-tip to Victor Meldrew), so you won’t be surprised to hear that all too often I open my morning paper to find something that annoys me. Usually a quick outburst on Twitter is sufficiently cathartic to assuage my annoyance, but Wednesday’s piece really stuck [...]Continue Reading →
While there have been many interesting comments (not least from some distinguished bloggers of TFA) on the Prime Minister’s Brussels veto, it might be helpful to consider the consequences of another Dave Churchillian moment on 7 June 2011.
On that day, with the Coalition Government at odds over the proposed changes to the NHS, [...]Continue Reading →
And there I was, thinking nothing much could surprise me any longer. I was wrong: apparently, Sir John Major is advising David Cameron on foreign policy. I confidently expect further imminent additions to Dave’s advisory staff: John Terry (diversity), Bernard Madoff, in absentia (economics), Brian Sewell (family policy). It’s good to know that our [...]Continue Reading →
This morning the Prime Minister announced the beginning of a “social fight-back” against the culture that festers in certain areas of the British society; the culture that spawned these riots. Much of the speech was directed at unearthing the causes and motives of last week’s lawlessness; lack of discipline in schools [...]Continue Reading →
- Freedom in the City on 22nd May with JP Floru on May 22, 2013 12:30 pm
- The Freedom Association’s Magna Carta Pimms and Politics Cruise on June 15, 2013 12:30 pm
- Conservative Renewal Conference on September 14, 2013
- The Freedom Zone on September 30, 2013
- The Freedom Zone on October 1, 2013
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