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Battle of the Blob There is a compelling school of thought that suggests that over the last few decades or more, our institutions; education, media, culture, civil service, police force, judiciary, civil service and government have been infiltrated by a section of the public who consider themselves to be our new elite class. These people […]

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The Battle for Brexit Be in no doubt, the chaos, the rows, the political splits and open warfare that we are currently witnessing within the Tory party between Sunak & Johnson all harks back to Brexit. Large swathes of government, Parliament, the civil service, business, the media and many of our institutions have not accepted […]

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15 Minute Cities & Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) We live in a country where our core civil liberties are coming under pressure. Across the UK councils are introducing Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) and 15 minute cities. Oxford already have plans in place to divide the city into 6 sectors. Under the new rules, due to […]

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Our State Pension is the Cause of Many of Our Problems Since the inception of the state pension we have all been part of a government managed Ponzi scheme. Instead of saving our pension contributions, we use the money paid today to service the pension payments of the currently retired. While this may have seemed […]

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What’s Your Definition of Net Zero? Let’s get one thing clear from the outset, ‘net zero’ does not mean zero (gross zero). It means almost anything you want it to mean. This is government CO2 emission data for the UK since 1800 & a huge reason to give ourselves a massive pat on the back. […]

world health organisation pandemic treaty

WHO Pandemic Treaty A worldwide pandemic treaty sounds like a good idea doesn’t it? A global response to the next pandemic might just make sense, or does it? 194 countries are in the process of signing up to the World Health Organisation (WHO) pandemic treaty. This treaty, in the event of a future pandemic would […]

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Reform of the Parole Board, Custodial Sentencing & Judicial Policy (and Social Services) Who hasn’t looked at recent decisions by our courts, Judiciary or Sentencing and wondered who came up with such unreasonable conclusions? Why is sentencing, and the parole process so out of touch with public opinion. Tracey Connolly is shortly to be released […]

we'll stop illegal immigration

Each illegal immigrant costs tax payers an average of £40,000 per year * We need to know who is coming into the UK We pay £ billions to support illegal immigrants while UK pensioners freeze Immigration Policy We currently have two immigration issues in the UK. Legal and illegal immigration. Legal immigration has been running […]

lower taxes for the lowest paid

High taxes prevent growth Printing money causes inflation Trickle Down Doesn’t Work Economic Policy *** Updated 24th Sept 2022*** Following the mini budget announcement on 23rd Sept 2022. I am all for lower taxes, higher growth and smaller government. The issue however, the way I see it is that this mini budget has done nothing […]

we'll be tough on law and order

No more kneeling, politicised police officers More, visible officers to target violent crime, robbery and burglary More, visible officers to target, drug dealers, gangs and knife crime Law & Order Policing Our law enforcement began its decline the day we ceased to have a Police Force & renamed it as a Police Service. In the […]