Category: Politics

Jan 31

Army puts diversity above effectiveness

General Sir Nicholas Carter is head of the British Army

The MOD have enlisted a supposed Russian threat in their bid for more money. But are the armed forces now more keen on ‘diversity’ than effectiveness? What are they for in today’s world?  And could they make cuts in their inflated levels of top brass? Nick Carter: Russia Threat First out of blocks was General …

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Jan 11

Tim Farron: sodomy is sinful

Tim Farron has said he regrets saying he did not believe homosexual sex was a sin during last year’s general election. During the six-week long campaign, he was asked repeatedly about his religious beliefs and, specifically, about whether he believed gay sex was a sin. After initially appearing not to answer the question directly, he …

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Dec 18

What kind of Brexit?

Theresa May has stated Britain will leave the EU's Single Market after Brexit. Does the May Deal do that?

There is everything to pray for as her majesty’s ministers meet today and tomorrow to discuss what kind of Brexit they will propose to the European Union as negotiations move onto the UK’s trading relationship with the EU. The BBC’s Norman Smith says some ministers, ‘like Chancellor Philip Hammond and Home Secretary Amber Rudd’ want …

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Oct 13

National Trust Candidates miss the PC point

The National Trust Chairman, Tim Parker, casts the members' proxy votes as he sees fit.

The National Trust will hold its Annual General Meeting at the Steam Museum, Swindon, at 10.30am on Saturday 21st October. It will debate Members’ Resolutions.  It will also declare the results of the elections for the Trust’s ruling Council.  Here is the NT AGM page with links to the voting pages and an email link …

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Oct 11

Baby Loss Awareness Week loses baby

The Forever Stars Serenity Suite

A Conservative MP’s question about Baby Loss Awareness Week has highlighted some unfortunate political correctness, as well as the need for church support for bereaved parents. Conservative MP Antoinette Sandbach (Eddisbury) lost her own baby at five days of age. She is leading a House of Commons movement for better bereavement counselling. Miss Sandbach, who …

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Jul 27

BBC unwatchable on Gay Jubilee

Broadcasting House, headquarters of the BBC

Today is the fiftieth anniversary of the legalisation of sodomy. Consequently, the BBC will be unwatchable and unlistenable for a week at least. Especially today, all BBC channels will be awash with ‘Gay Britania’.  It is exactly fifty years since the enactment of the Sexual Offences Act 1967. BBC reflecting the Establishment One can argue …

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Jul 10

They’re all backing London Gay Pride

Topshop being more progressive than thou at London Gay Pride this weekend.

Businesses and politicians fell over each other to support the London Gay Pride parade at the weekend. The BBC reported: ‘With almost 50 official partners, ranging from airlines to mobile networks, and a list of over 60 supporters, companies are signing up to try to stamp out prejudice.’ Well, no, they are not trying to ‘stamp …

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Jun 09

Hung Parliament as Theresa drops the ball

Theresa May: pro-sodomy and pro-abortion.

After all the sound and fury, we have a hung parliament following yesterday’s General Election.  You can check the results on the BBC website here.  It looks very like the Conservatives will govern with the support of Ulster’s Democratic Unionist Party.  The figures add up. With one seat to declare, the Tories have 318 seats and …

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Apr 11

Replace Michael Fallon with a man of peace!

Rt Hon Sir Michael Fallon MP

Concerns over the stability of UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon will intensify following his latest outburst. Sir Michael, knighted in David Cameron’s resignation ‘crony honours list’ last year, has blamed Russia for civilian deaths in Syria. Untrue As reported by Reuters, he said Russia ‘bore responsibility by proxy’ for ‘every civilian death’ in Syria last week …

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