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The Climate is far too fragile to be left in the hands of Big Government or Big Eco

15th November 2022 3

What would conservative environmental action look like? I disagree that it would involve an increasingly interfering government dominating the decisions on our behalf. Surely a ‘conservative’ policy wouldn’t wish to hoover up more authority in order to dictate what we ought to do. For a while now I – though admittedly still only 23 years old – have operated under … [Read on]

Compel by law those who pay the highest rates to take in migrants

14th November 2022 8

Illegal immigration will double next year, double again the next, and again the next, and keep on going, the only limit being the supply of rubber dinghies. So weak are the laws preventing young men posing as refugees from entering Britain, smugglers could even hire a redundant cross channel ferry and fill it with illegals and we would be bound … [Read on]

The Satan’s spoor of television is the internet

14th November 2022 1

Any readers anticipating an article condemning the invention of the wheel need trouble themselves no further: this essay examines the impact of modern technology from the reference point of the invention of television (John Logie Baird in 1926) – an invention still seeking an application – to the third decade of the twenty-first century. The Trojan horse which introduced television … [Read on]

The Leadership Election. A vote to return to the EU?

22nd October 2022 18

It’s hard to know why the Tory establishment dislikes Johnson so much, he gave them an 80 seat majority, so what else did they want from a leader? Is it because he has a Turkish grandfather, too many wives, or he simply makes people smile? Even better he gave the establishment Brexit in name only. We were promised control of … [Read on]

Thinking Penny Mordaunt would be a good choice of PM? Think again

20th October 2022 10

This article was published in July during the previous leadership election It beggars belief that Penny Mordaunt, the Queen of Woke, is odds-on favourite to win the Conservative leadership contest and become the next prime minister. The country needs her like a shot in the head. Apart from an impressively bouffant hairdo in the best Thatcherite tradition, a photogenic smile, … [Read on]

Dead Woman Walking

14th October 2022 10

During the Tory party conference, Liz Truss was described as ‘a dead woman walking’ by one of her colleagues. One wonders what she could be described as now – an ‘anti-prime minister’? Throwing her chancellor under the bus, as if she were not his closest confidant, as if she did not approve wholeheartedly of his reckless budget, and then claiming … [Read on]

King Charles’ Coronation – selling Mars Bars and NFL tickets or strengthening the links between Crown and People

10th October 2022 11

For over a millennium, the investiture of our monarchs has been attended by a cadre of nobles who, without their wives, currently number 808. The temptation to swap out the congregation for an audience of celebrities, global elites and ‘cultural ambassadors’ must be enormous. This will be the first test of a continuity which the King will swear to protect. … [Read on]

Editorial Autumn Salisbury Review

10th October 2022 4

Looking back, it is hard to believe there were two more unsuitable candidates for Prime Minister than Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss. Both members of the last government which instead of governing the economy with judicious rises in interest rates sat back and oversaw the biggest money printing splurge in our history. True, neither could have foreseen Covid or the … [Read on]

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