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David Starkey, Enoch Powell and the BBC

I have deliberately not spoken on the matter of the mass criminality in England, despite some accusing me of what appears to be tantamount to dereliction of duty. The reason is very simple. I do not feel that it is … Continue reading

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The Importance of Patriotism to Aspiration

“I believe that, in order to live a full and satisfying life, a man needs to have a picture not only of the community to which he belongs and of his place in it, but also of the place and … Continue reading

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Scottish Independence: An English Perspective

“I do not believe that the loyalty of those many who over those 270 years, and particularly in this century, worked together and died together as part of the union under the Crown, was to the Crown quite simply, even … Continue reading

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The Definition of ‘Extremist’

Perhaps the most over-used word of our time is the word ‘extremist’. The term is deployed for a multiplicity of uses, from slandering those who adhere to ancient Christian values to labelling BNP activists to deriding Islamists. Ed West, in … Continue reading

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The English Defence League and English Nationalism

Of late, much has been said, with tones ranging from the anguished and fearful to the self-righteous and triumphant, about the English Defence League (EDL). Opinions on the matter are wide-ranging and highly contrasting, and indeed sometimes it is difficult … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day

“Those who at the end of the twentieth century wish to keep alive that consciousness of being English, which seemed so effortless and uncontroversial to our forefathers, will discover that they are called upon, if they take their purpose seriously, … Continue reading

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