Current Liberal narratives stoke tensions and facilitate divide and rule

Following the toppling of Edward Colston’s statue in Bristol, the following sculpture soon found itself next to the empty plinth: As Paul Embery remarked on

What should we make of the Chick-fil-A furore?

Chick-fil-A are back in the news again. This time, it is not the boycotts and protests that are making waves but the company’s own response

On being blocked & the rules of engagement

An old friend of mine blocked me some time ago on Twitter. I feel sad about it in a general way but I’m not specifically

Identity politics and individualism

I was involved in a conversation about identity politics the other day. I hadn’t intended to write anything about it (and still don’t intend to

Martina Navratilova is hoist by her own prohibitive “consequence free” petard

Martina Navratilova is has come under fire for claiming that it is ‘cheating’ for transgender women to enter female sports tournaments. She first received criticism

Historically, the left were anti-EU. What changed? Liberals

Historically, the Labour Party has been anti-EU. They have long eschewed the concentration of power to unelected officials and rejected the philosophy that underpins much

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