Tristram Hunt's "Gordon Brown" moment
On Wednesday 15th April, Tristram Hunt, the Labour Party’s “shadow” Education Secretary, made a widely reported visit to Howitt Primary School at Heavor in Derbyshire, a village in the heart of English England. In his “man of the people” avuncular fashion, Hunt asked a six-year-old how he would vote. The little boy replied that he would vote UKIP. On being asked why by Hunt, the child said he “wanted to get all the foreigners out” to which Hunt (unlike Gordon Brown in 2010) wisely said nothing, at least in public. [more »]
Control of Atmospheric CO2
Prof Murry Salby’s new research will be described at a meeting on Tuesday 17th March at the Emmanuel Centre, Marsham Street, London, SW1P 3DW. Please come at 7 for 7.30 pm.
You can use the tube to Westminster; then a ten minute walk past Parliament; turn right up Great Peter Street; then 4th left into Marsham Street.
Please book if you can with Philip.email@example.com, tel: 01480-399098.
“Murry’s work puts the final nail in the coffin of the ‘Anthropogenic’ Climate Change hypothesis.”
Not taking sides: ISIL
One of Britain’s major avoidable handicaps is its principal Broadcaster’s news and current affairs managers. These people, producers mainly, are right at the heart of the egalo-left tendency which sees Britain as just a part (a small part usually) of the world, not intrinsically more worthy in their eyes than say Mongolia or Argentina.
Even confronted with manifest evil and danger to our (their) country, they find it next to impossible to take our side. [more »]
Ukraine, Russia and the EU
When at Yalta in February 1945, Stalin insisted on the “Curzon line” being the eastern boundary of Poland, with Poland’s western boundary with Germany being shifted west by 150 miles to the Oder-Neisse line, his objective was to keep European powers, particularly Germany, as far away from Moscow as possible. The subsequent establishment of communist governments in Eastern Europe were seen by the Russians as an enormous safety band of countries protecting the Soviet Union from western invasions, the distance from the eastern edge of newly formed NATO (in 1949) to Moscow being about 1,100 miles. [more »]
Don't Miss: A Future Blueprint for Britain After the Referendum
UK Independence Party Public Meeting at The Athenaeum, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
This will be held at 7.30 pm, March 4th