Gender Pay Gap - are women really being discriminated against?

I have just read an article by the Prime Minister in the Telegraph. In it she talks passionately about the gender pay gap. She even ends her article by saying: "It seems extraordinary to us that women 100 years ago were not only denied the right to vote but had to fight so hard for it. It is our job to make sure that it doesn’t take another 100 years for the gender pay gap to become a thing of the past." Continue reading

Good riddance. Alison Saunders won't be missed

When I heard the news that Alison Saunders had resigned (or was pushed?) as Director of Public Prosecutions, my heart jumped for joy. I was reminded of a short post I published on my personal website in January. Here it is in full:  Continue reading

Let's start focusing on making the most out of our future freedoms

With a year to go until March 29th 2019, we still have the likes of Tony Blair trying to stop Brexit and reverse the decision of the British people. In letting these people dominate debate, we are missing opportunities to debate how we will make the UK better after we leave the EU, argues Rory Broomfield. Continue reading

Peer slates Electoral Commission for ‘caving in’ to Remainer pressure on Vote Leave funding investigation

The independent Labour Peer and Better Off Out supporter, Lord Stoddart of Swindon, has criticised the Electoral Commission for what he believes is their ‘cravenly caving in’ to pressure from Remainer MPs and activists over the re-investigation of Vote Leave’s funding of ‘BeLeave’ during the referendum campaign. Continue reading