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If Scotland leaves the UK…

Murdo Fraser MSP, a member of the Scottish Parliament, talking on GB News about all the advantages (oil, gas, renewables, electricity food etc) that WE (that is England) would lose if Scotland leaves the...

Building for the future

Vulnerable refugees and the ECHR Recently politics in the UK certainly haven’t been dull or boring. The very opposite, as concerns hit the level of fury over the asylum seekers selected to be deported...

The quality of governance

My computer dictionary describes governance as ‘the action or manner of governing’. Fair enough but I was hoping for something more descriptive. My Google search brought up two websites with more muscular definitions. Interestingly, both are Australian websites which...

Levelling up lies

Boris Johnson is desperate to trumpet at every opportunity how well the UK is performing, its economy growing faster than other G7 nations. Everything is world-beating. We’re at the forefront of all that’s positive....

Deception

“Everybody knows Boris Johnson can lie for England. To his supporters, it was one of his best assets. They believed he could bamboozle the European Union into giving him the only Brexit deal that...

“It’s utter crap”

Yesterday the UK government announced it would send asylum seekers to Rwanda to be ‘processed’. However it appears that even if these asylum seekers are accepted as refugees they will not be returned to...

Who are the non-doms?

More than 93% of those classified in a recent report as non-doms in 2018 were born abroad. An additional 4% have lived abroad for a substantial period. Non-doms are wealthy, mainly earning over £5...

Food for thought

Fuel shortages and price rises have been hitting the headlines along with price hikes for food and tales of empty shelves in supermarkets. Fuel self-sufficiency is far from the norm and is causing a...

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