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24 Hour Misinformation Surrounding Tragic Death

  We are all deeply shocked at the fatal shooting of Jo Cox MP. An eye-witness...

BBC & MI5 Collaborated to Prevent a Left-Wing Government

The BBC has made a shocking revelation, in the article titled: ‘The vetting files: How...

Drug Abuse is Taking Over the Gay Community

Research has demonstrated that about 10% of heterosexual people take drugs. I suspect it wouldn’t...

Opinion: ‘black-washing’ in Marvel’s Thor Ragnarök

Comic book movies, love them or hate them, are the current champions of Hollywood. As...

Dangers of Political Correctness

It is perhaps an undue, steadily encroaching curse on modern society, but whether we like...

Forcing A Muslim To Sell Bacon: Why I Agree With The French

A local housing authority in Colombes, on the outskirts of Paris, has warned a mini-market...

Cultural Appropriation – It’s Time to Stop

I’m a ‘Leftie’, and we need to talk about ‘Cultural Appropriation’. Cultural appropriation is the...

What Does ‘Black Lives Matter’ Want In The UK?

When it first started in America, Black Lives Matter had the potential to be a...

May vs. Corbyn: The Jewish Vote

Since 30th June of this year, when Theresa May announced her candidacy for leader of...

The History of Carnival

The story of Carnival starts on the African continent where carnival is as old time...

Cognitive Dissonance and the Malice of Catholicism

There was a recent article in the Guardian, entitled “How long can the cognitive dissonance between...

Jacob Rees-Mogg is right

The media hates us Ever since Jacob Rees-Mogg became a prominent figure in British politics, the...

Homelessness: A UK public health issue?

In the title of this article I ask ‘is homelessness a UK public health issue?’...

Why Ireland Must Repeal The Eighth Amendment

Today, Irish citizens will go to the polling booths to vote on repealing or keeping...

Sport needs Social Enterprise and Activism

The Commonwealth Games is a combination of sports, enterprise and social justice. I was a...

Social Eugenics: Destroying Neurodiversity

Living as an autistic person in a country like Britain is very good. I have...

It’s time to scrap the licence fee, and the BBC has nothing to fear

From September 1, users of the BBC's iPlayer will need to have a TV licence....

Why the 2020’s could be the “Millennial Moment”

History, and especially political history, can be a funny thing. We Brits particularly like to...

Tackling Terrorism: A Campaign for Social Justice

According to the English School of International Theory, led by academics such as Hedley Bull,...

Dear LibDems; Sex Work is NOT the Same as Accountancy

Councillor Dennis Parsons on sex work: He said: “The fact that we are asking ‘should we...

What a Time to be British

On Sunday God Save the Queen was played more often than on any day at...

The BBC’s Impartiality Suppresses Youth Ideology

Just What do Young People Want? 72% of 18-24 year olds voted to remain in the...

How digital inclusion can enhance community wellbeing

The growth of digital technology in the last few decades is unprecedented, leading to a...

Concerning Nations: What is Nationalism – Part One

To many in the so-called progressive left ‘nationalism’ is a sort of bogeyman, associated with...

Black Lives Matter Bring Their Brand of Terrorism To The UK

The Met Police was called to London City Airport at around 5:30am after protesters managed...

Generation UK – China: Creating a generation of Brits that ‘get’ China

Since my childhood, I have always had some awareness of Chinese culture. The decades my...

Apocalypse Please: The Necessity of High Street Armageddon

An Assessment of the Situation You may have noticed the ever-increasing closure of High Street shops...

Commonwealth Games: Social Objective Mission

The Commonwealth has a multisport event that can gather it's member nations together to show...

Empty Politics of Empty Words

The virtues of political discussion Politics is quite unique in contrast to other sciences. When scientists...

Forcing a Muslim to sell bacon: A riposte

Fellow United Politics contributor Samuel Hamilton wrote a piece last week defending French authorities' decision...

The curious case of the radicalised pug

I want to tell you a joke. There was once a man, called Mark Meechan, whose...

Conservative’s Liberty

There are many ways to look at the left-right divide. The most common one is...

GDPRRRRRR….Really?

Alright son, you know what you are don’t you? A data subject... Or a natural person....

Right-wing political correctness has arrived

For years, the terms ‘left wing’ and ‘liberal’ have been closely associated with acts of...

Britain’s LGBT legacy in the Commonwealth

In marking London Pride I wanted to reflect on Britain’s LGBT legacy. In the space of...

The Intolerant Compass

“The intolerant left” is a common term used when looking at AntiFa, various violent anti-Trump...

British Christians are the new illiberal snowflakes

Theresa May is a Christian. It does not really matter that she is a Christian;...

To Ban or Not to Ban (the burqa, that is)

In a week when political parties are pitching some of their key election pledges, UKIP...

It’s Time To Privatise The BBC

We’ve all grown accustomed, over the years, to being able to just switch on our...

5 Great British Animals

When people think of Britain often the first things that come to mind are its...

Pride and Segregation: Adding Stripes Is Divisive

Background Pride within the LGBT+ community has always been an inclusive celebration of sexual and gender...

Women-only carriages: a step backwards

Women only carriages are not the answer to fighting sexual harassment and sexual assault. Policy must get real about the addressing these issues.

Buzzwords

Bigotry Buzzwords are not recent phenomena. Ever since I got into politics I have been surrounded...

Let’s bring back some common sense not Britannia

Since the EU Referendum several Brexiteer Tory MPs, including some of Secretaries of State, have...

How To Ensure Continued Team GB Success

Our incredible athletes have proven life’s simplest adage correct, that if you work hard and...

Concerning Nations: A Defence of Nationalism – Part Two

A reluctant defence of nationalism I mentioned that feeling close to those we have a lot...

The crude reductionism of the authoritarian liberal elite

Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer was the last lord of Felbrigg Hall, a stately home in Norfolk....

We need to talk about HIV: an open letter

My dear gay people, We’ve come a long way since the first diagnosis of HIV, haven’t...

Acceptance of Amazing Abilities

The Florentine philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli once said something that defines modern aid and the actions...

Polling Behind Bars

Prisoners who have committed minor offences should not be denied the right to vote despite...