Let’s get something straight: I cannot stand Owen Jones. I hate his sixth form politics. I despise his arrogance. I think he is an agitator. He condones violence against what he terms as Nazis, i.e. Farage and any Brexiteer.
We have anarchy in the UK but no mark politicians are too busy to notice as they jostle to become PM and deny us our democratic right to leave the EU. This country is literally going to the dogs and the swamp doesn’t seem to care.
Is Jeremy Corbyn’s proposal, of forming ‘a strictly time-limited temporary government’, to stop a No-Deal Brexit a political master-stroke, or a major miscalculation?
It was an internationally significant event worthy of widespread coverage but my hunch is few, if any, of you reading this column will have heard of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit which took place in Caracas, Venezuela, on July 20/21st.
How do you spell the speaker’s surname? I know it starts with B E R K but what comes after that? Whilst we are talking about spelling does this jumped-up EU lickspittle know how to spell Democracy or how about Tin Pot Dictator.
Imagine the response if protesters were to smash up JFK or Heathrow airports, closing down international flight services. The US and British authorities would have culprits rounded up and jailed, or worse, shot dead on the spot by armed police.
The decision has been robustly denounced over the last seventy-four years but from sources roundly ignored, demonised and/or discredited with the full weight of the "mainstream Establishment" deployed to defend it, justify it and protect it from proper and thorough scrutiny.
What was President Trump thinking of when he posed with a baby orphaned by the El Paso massacre? It’s such a horrifying, heartrending story. And yet here was Trump beaming a smile, giving the thumps up.
I know that August is traditionally seen as the silly season by most newspapers and broadcasters but this year has surpassed all others by a country mile.
The new English Premiership season kicks off on Friday evening when last season’s runners-up (and Champions League winners) Liverpool take on newly-promoted Norwich.
The US-led NATO alliance this week designated a whole new hemisphere to itself for "security" operations. No longer merely an "Atlantic" organization, it’s assuming the role of policing the Pacific. Quite a self-promotion.
As a lifelong socialist and ardent supporter of Scottish independence I simply cannot let the latest stupidity of the Scottish Labour Party in relation to the question of a second independence referendum pass without comment.
Like everyone else, I condemn the two mass shootings in the US. However, unlike the Democrats who could not wait to make political capital out of the tragedy or the MSM who didn’t miss a heartbeat in denouncing this as 'far-right terror' and repeating that the terrorist was white, I think the slaughter deserves more careful consideration.
The time for shadow boxing is over. Incessant dithering and empty talk has gone on too long. We live in extraordinary times and in extraordinary times often extraordinary measures are needed. In 12 weeks’ time Scotland will be dragged out of EU they voted overwhelmingly to remain in by a government and PM Scotland voted to overwhelmingly reject.
Domestic football returns in England this weekend, with the first round of Football League matches being played (the Premiership starts next weekend).
Is there any space on pig tailed doom monger, Greta Thunberg’s Yacht for ‘woke’ Megan and Harry to climb on board and sail off into their virtue signalling utopian future and stop bothering the rest of us?
According to a fresh United Nations Report, the US and its allies in Afghanistan have been responsible for more civilian deaths in the country than the Taliban* whom they are supposed to be fighting. What a damning indictment of US Foreign policy and engagement.
I am now getting seriously brassed off with the anti-Boris, anti-Brexit bias of the publicly funded BBC, aren’t you?
Yesterday I was proud of both my country and my First Minister. The fake Prime Minister of the UK, elected by less than one 1% of the 46 million registered voters, sought to charm a part of the British union which has rejected his party and his politics consistently over the last 64 years with a secretive and swift visit to Scotland.