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Unless they start demonstrating Conservative values, the Tories will lose the next election to an unapologetic Communist

The bravado shown by Comrade Corbyn at the recent Labour Party conference shows that Labour believes that it can win the next election. The show they put on was so persuasive that Corbyn is the bookies favourite to be next… Continue Reading →

Jacob Rees-Mogg would be perfect for PM, but Needs Classical Liberal Support

Jacob Rees-Mog has caused outrage in the ranks of the so-called conservative party, and the media for telling the truth. Rees-Mogg, a father of 6, and surprise internet sensation, made his views on abortion and gay marriage clear on a… Continue Reading →

Young Socialists are being ‘Red Pilled’ – When They Awake There’ll be No Going Back

The staunchest conservatives I know; Sir Roger Scruton, Thomas Sowell, and Peter Hitchens started out as many young people do, as socialists mindset.

9 Steps to Perfect Sourdough

if you’re struggling to turn out a decent sourdough loaf, try the following tips to success: 1. Give your Starter a Heads Up If you’re not the sort of person who feeds your starter every day, then a couple of… Continue Reading →

Growing Fruit Trees at Home

Moving into your own home is an expensive affair. The stamp duty land tax, the mortgage, the white goods all add up. But there are some unique benefits to owning your own home; painting the walls the colour of your… Continue Reading →

Why is Socialism still so popular?

It is 2017, 100 years since the Russian revolution. The UK general election results are in, leaving Britain with a hung parliament just days before the start of negotiations on exiting the EU. This wasn’t supposed to happen. Theresa May… Continue Reading →

Government is Right to Fear Bitcoin; it will Remove State Monopoly Power

Government has more than its fair share of power and money. Rather than viewing the government as distinct from big business, I view them as similar beasts, it’s just that government is funded by taxpayers, while big business is funded… Continue Reading →

Why the $1,000 Bitcoin Price is Irrelevant

For most of 2016, Bitcoin hovered around the £600 mark. After the Brexit shock the price rose slightly due to sterling devaluation, but in December Bitcoin broke out and started its ascendancy rising by as much as £150 a day to… Continue Reading →

Top 5 Winter Films

Looking through the Instagram feeds of accomplished film photographers, it’s easy to fall in love with the look of properly scanned and edited professional negative film. For those of us who don’t have access to Richard Photo Lab, or who… Continue Reading →

In Praise of Richard Rogers’ Carousel Waltz

I have a varied taste in music. I hesitate to use the word eclectic; after all it has been nearly 10 years since I lived in Hoxton and Shoreditch. I enjoy good music, that is, I like music which agrees… Continue Reading →

Public Set to Sue over Global Warming Fraud

I was watching my latest favourite inspiration, Chamath Palihapitiya talking about technology on CNBC squawk box. I first came across Chamath talking about Bitcoin. He’s a sharp talker and like a lot of successful people he is driven and speaks with… Continue Reading →

Sir David Attenborough – Conversations with Dog

Let’s play a word association game. wildlife…..television…… You said David Attenborough didn’t you? He’s been on our screens pretty much since television was invented, OK at least since people started watching it in the UK. He was controller of BBC… Continue Reading →

Why Does Fujifilm Hate Film Photographers?

I don’t own a digital camera, apart from the iPhone 6s I’m writing this on. It’s not that I don’t want to buy and try, but I just think that digital cameras are all about the moving image, while stills,… Continue Reading →

A Global Renaissance is Coming

I am not freaked out by Brexit, but I know that many people are. What are they worried about? Change. People don’t like it. Markets don’t like it. Investors don’t like it. It’s a shame because change is not only… Continue Reading →

Brexit : The Great Global Warming Opportunity

On the 23rd of June, the majority of the UK voted to leave the EU. This was a momentous occasion, it will not be without short term pain, but by focussing on the benefits and the opportunities, and by looking… Continue Reading →

Making Sense of the Brexit Fallout

On the 23rd June 2016, the British people showed courage and fortitude; put two fingers up to the establishment and voted to leave the EU. Despite what the sore losers in the press would have you believe, the majority voted… Continue Reading →

Free Trade would make the UK Better Off by 4% of GDP

The country is currently in a flap about securing a trade deal with the EU. Why? Do we really need a trade deal with anyone, or are we just asking for one because we think they are necessary? 

Brexit – The Right Decision

As the dust settles after the Brexit fallout, many of those who voted to leave are experiencing voters remorse. There may be some apprehension, but we who voted against the stable but dysfunctional EU have done something brave and rather… Continue Reading →

A Vote to Remain in the EU is a Vote Against Democracy

I don’t know about you, but I am not a big fan of bullies. I don’t like other people being bullied, and I don’t much like being bullied myself. My major concern with the EU, and the primary reason that… Continue Reading →

Brexit is a stand off between Conservatives and Socialists

I’ve been wanting to write a piece about Brexit for a while now, above and beyond my strong feelings about the British fishing industry which the Brussels Common Fisheries Policy has all but destroyed, but I’ve not found much time… Continue Reading →

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