A continuously updated news aggregator covering British conservative news, and comment and opinion from the centre right and right wing of British politics.
Big Brother Watch
- The Guardian – Vaccine certifications currently being considered by UK Parliment
- Britain’s fight against ID: from war IDs to vaccine passports
- iNews – Vaccine passports raising privacy and discrimation concerns
- Rights and democracy groups challenge political leafleting “ban”
- Daily Mail – £10,000 fines for breaking lockdown restrictions criticised by civil liberites groups
- We risk becoming slaves to a dystopian woke culture
- Death is a part of life, lockdown house arrest isn't
- Budget 2021: The Government must get serious about business and the economy
- Climate change has the world gripped in a conflict of reality
- Iran is playing nuclear games the US cannot afford to lose
- “There had been suggestions by members of ‘Team Carrie’ that Mr Cummings was behind the hostile briefings against the dog.” Discuss.
- Our monthly survey will be postponed until after Wednesday’s Budget
- Will the Government meet its commitment to end rough sleeping during this Parliament?
- The red white and blue archipelago: how localism can sustain the Union.
- The DfE has thrown everything but the kitchen sink at school reopenings. But the perennial problem is communication.
Free Market Conservatives
- The criticism of Hillbilly Elegy exposes the motivations of the left
- The government’s Covid analysis will do little to satisfy its critics
- Lay off the private sector – they’re a force for good and should be celebrated
- The BBC is sinking and it only has itself to blame
- ‘One Nation’ has a poor track record and still isn’t popular: following Brexit we should adopt a new Conservatism for 2024
Free Speech Union
- The Free Speech Union is One Year Old
- Weekly News Round-Up
- Letter to Merseyside Police about their advan message stating that being offensive is an offence.
- Free Speech Union organises a powerful coalition of MPs and peers to Sign a Letter to Nick Clegg Objecting to Facebook’s Advertising Ban on a Unionist Think Tank
- Letter to the Football Association About Taking the Knee
Global Warming Policy Forum
- Facebook is wrong: Polar bear numbers are rising, not falling
- World feigns climate concern as most nations ignore Paris Agreement
- Chinese scientists discover significant warming due to land use changes
- Ross Clark: Why is there always a round of climate scaremongering after the weather changes?
- Net Zero flop: Why Boris is scrapping the Green Homes Grant
- Sunak: Post-Brexit Trade Flows are “Relatively Similar to Where One Might Expect”
- Sunak Denies Promising Pre-Election Tax Cut to Tory MPs
- Dodds Won’t Call for Permanent £20 Universal Credit Uplift
- Scottish Labour’s New Leader, Anas Sarwar: Sturgeon Should Resign if She Broke Ministerial Code
- Tory Midlands Mayor Andy Street: I Would Accept Corporation Tax Rise
John Redwood’s Diary
Ludwig von Mises Centre
- Enforcement visits by immigration compliance teams have fallen year on year since 2015
- Staffing The Health Service Requires Training Not Immigration
- Are anti-trafficking laws being abused for immigration purposes?
- Nothing is less true than the claim we are a nation of migrants
- Immigration and population decline
Not A Lot of People Know That
- PETER HITCHENS: I've had the Covid jab - and all it cost me was my freedom
- Bargaining for a Parody of the Freedom we Once Had - my latest discussion with Mike Graham
- PETER HITCHENS: Paradise? No, but the Britain of my youth was FREE
- A brief (and heavily-edited) discussion about liberty and its suppression, on Channel Four News
- Where to find and read the government's sensible pre-panic pan for dealing with a pandemic
Velvet Glove Iron Fist
Watts Up With That
Wolves of Westminster
- Alex Salmond says there is “no doubt” that Nicola Sturgeon broke the Ministerial Code
- Salmond withdraws evidence to enquiry following redaction
- Former Corbyn aide calls for “political reckoning” against Starmer
- Photo ID set to be required for voting by 2023
- Bury’s Labour Council appoints taxpayer-funded elections advisor for £700/day