Author: James Higham

Housekeeping

I’ve taken down the post Leadsom-Gove. At the time of posting, both seemed pure Leave. Now it’s understood that both Johnson and Gove offered Osborne his old job back. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/06/26/george-osborne-offered-top-job-of-foreign-secretary-by-boris-joh/ Sorry, this is not on. Leadsom’s pic remains up for…

When both alternatives look bad

Schulz: “The British have violated the rules. It is not the EU philosophy that the crowd can decide its fate”. There it is. Moving on, looking at the egregious Heseltine sticking his oar in, plus Blair, it’s an interesting conundrum…

A Brexit songfest

To the Millennial SJWs who are so upset at us fogies: On a second referendum: On all the paranoia and hysteria about Brexit, Nige and the crew say: The EU says the only thing you’re going to experience is: Britain…

Yoof speaketh on Brexit

Whatever the outcome, one positive is that there are actually young people who have brains, plus [and this is a big plus] they have had access to some data from some source, e.g. from one of the last sane academics,…

Here we are

Polling stations will open seven minutes from now. Julia had suggested an aggregate of blog comments today and so I’ve just been around for the first time. The various posts, coupled with reading and hearing what people have been saying…

We are the new Progressives

The Z Man writes [via Chuckles]: The word “reactionary” has become synonymous with the Right entirely due to the Left applying it to anyone not in the Cult. The Left does not use it much anymore, as new abracadabra phrases…

Oh for goodness sake!

It’s best the foul-mouthed vitriol I had ready for Alastair Campbell and the rest of the unprincipled is not uttered. I can’t do anything about it, nor can you, as we see Brexit slip away in a wave of cynical…