Myles Harris is the editor of the Salisbury Review. Well struck in years, he remembers when hangings were announced in received English by a man wearing a bow tie on the BBC Home Service, midwives rode bicycles, Lady Almoners looked after the deserving poor in hospitals and children were separated by the 11 plus into sheep and goats. Since then except for painless dentistry, he has seen little improvement.
On the 17th Of February the Canadian Parliament will consider Motion 103 banning Islamophobia, in effect any criticism of Islam or its teachings. The motion on first reading seems anodyne but in reality – once […]
BBC Radio 4 Monday 13th February. Patrick Wright in his series ‘The English Fix’ discusses the plight of the English working class now faced with immigration, unemployment, and loss of culture and identity. Wright maintains this is […]
The online Spring Issue of the Salisbury Review is now on sale. The paper magazine on March 1st. 58 Pages of Comment, Book Reviews, Film, The Arts, Religion, Science, Religion. Articles. Homosexuals and the Law […]
A rational voluptuary adheres with invariable respect to the temperate dictates of nature, and improves the gratifications of sense by social intercourse, endearing connections, and the soft colouring of taste and the imagination. But Elagabalus, […]
Attacks like that on the The Berlin Christmas Market will get more frequent as radical Muslim groups realise that asymmetrical warfare is cheaper, has a greater propaganda effect, is sparing on personnel, and does not require heavy […]
‘What is wrong with Soviet Agriculture? “Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter”‘ ‘Abortion is advocated only by persons who have themselves been born.’ ”I have wondered at times what The Ten Commandments would have looked like […]