The Freedom Association's response to Theresa May's reshuffle

Responding to Theresa May's Government reshuffle, Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns at The Freedom Association, said: "After yesterday's onmishambles of a cabinet reshuffle, the Prime Minister will have been hoping for better headlines today as she reshuffled her junior ministerial team. I doubt she'll get any.  Continue reading

It's not the economy, stupid!

The following is a guest post by the Rev Dr Peter Mullen, Hon. Chaplain of The Freedom Association.  The heart is always gladdened when someone in authority makes a definite and determined statement. So congratulations are in order for Sadiq Khan, mayor of London, who stated in his election manifesto of 2016: “I shall challenge gang culture and knife crime head on.” Well said, Sir! So how’s he doing at the end of his first year in office? Homicides in London rose by 27.1%. Youth homicides increased by 70%. Serious youth violence is up 19%. Robbery up 33.4%, while home burglaries rose by 18.7%. That’s a remarkable increase in serious offences of all sorts. But there’s more… Continue reading

Tony Blair once again calls for another EU referendum.

It's fair to say that Tony Blair was not on top form this morning during his interview on BBC Radio 4's Today programme. John Humphreys was all over him like a rash, pointing out the inconsistencies of his arguments and reminding him of an important word: democracy. Blair didn't even rule out a third referendum if the second one didn't go his way. Continue reading

Remoaners remain on the wrong side of history - we should continue campaigning for a clean Brexit

Over the Christmas and New Year period we saw yet more delusional displays of remoanerism by numerous Lords and other entitled individuals. They still don't understand the EU and what it is turning into. We need to continue the fight for a clean Brexit, argues Rory Broomfield Continue reading

HOW YOU GONNA KEEP 'EM DOWN ON THE FARM?

The following is a guest post by the Rev Dr Peter Mullen, Hon. Chaplain of The Freedom Association.  “Do you need to be told that what has been can still be?” asked T.S. Eliot in his Choruses from the Rock (1934). It seems a daft question which we answer emphatically, “Of course it can!” Not if you’re a Marxist though, for whom historical events are “inevitable.” So the communist revolution, the dictatorship of the proletariat and the punishment of the capitalists will all happen necessarily, as if decreed by the laws of the Medes and the Persians. Continue reading