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Waste of time

Now I don’t like child abusers, both mental, sexual and physical, unlike the current justice system we have in the UK my own preferred methods would be quick and permanent for those who abused beyond reasonable disciplinary bounds for physical…

Negotiating from a position of strength

When negotiating for something, it’s always best to do it from a position of strength, however the Tory party despite having a significant EUphobe presence cannot deal with the issue of the EU as some see it because its leader…

Adjusting the temperature

For some time, Steve Goddard at Real Science has been highlighting a curious problem with US surface temperature data as compiled by NASA. The issue isn’t new but worth another airing because of the wider implications for official data, especially…

Well, there’s a surprise

Seems the Labour party’s troubles in Falkirk are not going to go away so easily, despite a police investigation, it appears that the accusations of vote rigging by Unite can’t be brushed under the carpet quite so easily. Mail. Labour…

Freedom of choice

Every year at this time I choose to wear a poppy to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country, willingly or not. This is my choice, I do it to honour the fallen and those who live…

So why not tow them away?

Political correctness, diversity, multiculturalism, health and safety gone mad… all phrases which can be used to describe the madness that the UK is slipping into courtesy of the EU, leftards and enviroloonies. Common sense appears to be not so common…

The racist EDL?

It’s been a week of controversy for the EDL something I’ve kept out of as like many I had no clues as to what’s going on, merely hearsay. As it is, many of the higher leadership resigned and came out…

A new climate model

As the IPCC still seems determined to turn science into political fiction, it’s about time we had a climate model which is less likely to contribute to the UK winter death toll via sociopath energy policies. Let’s design a Settled…

The last form of slavery in the UK

Slavery was abolished in the UK in 1812 after a long fight by abolitionists figureheaded and led by William Wilberforce. It happened at a time when Britain was fighting for its life against the Napoleonic Empire and was enforced by…

Tokenism and quotas

It’s a wonder that the EU is actually loved by some, though it would appear to be becoming a rather exclusive club mostly of politicians in the UK. Mostly they are hated because they meddle, they interfere in things they…

Value for money?

Well it’s time to start on the Labour conference and their determination to put the past so far behind them that no one will remember the last time they were in power. It was as ever the usual platitudes, a…

This wouldn’t happen anywhere else

Local councils and government along with the state waste millions on translation services for people who really ought to be speaking the recognised language of the country. Whilst a case can be made for providing Welsh translations in Wales and…

Other people’s money

It’s the party political conference season and currently the Lib Dems are trying to dig themselves into an early grave by raids upon the taxpayer to pay for goodies for people who don’t contribute. Other than a leaked email telling…

Snow on the pashminas

Asia Times reports:- CHANGTHANG, India – The famed pashmina shawl that keeps the cold away – in style and at a price – could itself have become the victim of winter. Thousands of goats whose fine wool is woven into…