The Case for Liberty

For the United Kingdom, the post-war period was a time of great difficulty, but also of great hope for a better future. Britons who have lived through the Second World War do not remember those days with anything like the unbridled horror we might suppose – on the contrary, these days of shortage, privation and … Continue reading The Case for Liberty


A Plague of Personality: Why Corbyn Gives Me Hope

I can already sense the hate I’ll get from writing this article. I’ve had enough of that winning smile. If recent history teaches us one thing, it’s to always look past it. Obama promised many a time of unity, equality and a ‘stand for change’ all whilst caving in to special-interest groups yearning for tax … Continue reading A Plague of Personality: Why Corbyn Gives Me Hope

May’s Dodgy Diplomacy

Winston Churchill once said diplomacy was telling someone to go to Hell in such a manner that they asked for directions - it’s a brilliant quote and a fitting one based on last week’s events. It cannot be understated what a diplomatic challenge Theresa May faced heading to Philadelphia on Thursday to face the new … Continue reading May’s Dodgy Diplomacy