Former Equality Commission chairman says white liberals need to ‘tell the truth about violence in UK semi-ghettos’

Nov 12, 2018 by

by Trevor Phillips, Mailonline: Last week, the heartbroken family of another young victim returned to their home in Romania after just a few weeks living here in Britain. London, they said, was a dangerous place where ‘terrible things can happen in the blink of an eye. If you say the wrong thing...

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May must stand by Scruton against the regressive Left

Nov 8, 2018 by

by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, The Conservative Woman: Sir Roger Scruton, philosopher, professor, aesthete, lover of England and her traditions, fox hunter and church organist, is also that rare thing: a thinking conservative. His erudite essays and more than fifty books are a treasure trove for...

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Roger Scruton: thoughtcriminal?

Nov 8, 2018 by

by Fraser Myers, spiked: Back in 1985, when Roger Scruton was caught smuggling blacklisted books into communist Czechoslovakia, he was expelled from the country and placed on the government’s Index of Undesirable Persons. In supposedly liberal Britain, in 2018, the renowned conservative...

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The Political Police (part 2) and a Brilliant Letter

Oct 30, 2018 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: The politicisation of the police is something that we should all be worried about.  It is clear yesterdays article , The Political Police and the Slide to an Authoritarian State,  that there are some groups and political causes that are being promoted and favoured...

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We shouldn’t just shrug our shoulders at political correctness

Oct 28, 2018 by

By Julian Mann, VOL: How seriously do we take evangelism? How much does evangelism, the communication of the saving good news of the Lord Jesus and people coming to believe in him, matter to us? Paul the Apostle took evangelism with the utmost seriousness and so he took the threats against...

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Interview: James Kirkup on trans. And how campaigners have exploited MPs’ fear of being accused of transphobia.

Oct 24, 2018 by

by Andrew Gimson, Conservative  Home: When James Kirkup became interested in transgender politics, people warned him that writing about it was too dangerous. He notes that the fear the subject inspires in many MPs of being attacked as “transphobic” has created a vacuum into which transgender...

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