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Theresa May: an unlucky political general

“I know he’s a good general, but is he lucky?” Napoleon Early evidence suggested that Theresa May was a lucky political general. Political accidents fell in place in exactly the right order for her to emerge as Prime Minister in … Continue reading

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Theresa May: will she deliver a Brexit paradise on June 8th 2017?

“On the day that Theresa May triggered article 50, YouGov published a survey of the things people whould like brought back after Britain has left the EU. Top of the list was the death penalty, with 52% of those who … Continue reading

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Is Theresa May a Conservative?

Michael Oakeshott wrote: To be conservative, then, is to prefer the familiar to the unknown, to prefer the tried to the untried, fact to mystery, the actual to the possible, the limited to the unbounded, the near to the distant, … Continue reading

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A lesson too late for the learning

The majority of our largely put upon poor residents of the country swallowed a pack of lies over “Brexit” perpetrated by some very prominent (albeit delusional) politicians. They included Johnson, Gove, Davis, and let us not forget those other two … Continue reading

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The UK’s Brexit strategy

Buy British or die, Johnny Foreigner (© Liam Fox) Chris

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Two Brexit maps of the world

© Nigel Farage: MEP; Donald Trump’s acolyte; suffers from Cecil Rhodes Syndrome.   © Boris Johnson: Foreign Secretary; adulterer; suffers from Winston Churchill Syndrome Chris

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The Core Philosophy of Brexiteers

Boris Johnson                                          Liam Fox                                                 David Davis Remember that you are an Englishman, and have consequently won first prize in the lottery of life. (Cecil Rhodes: 19th Century Imperialist) Chris

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