Friday, June 5, 2020

Andrew Cadman

Andrew Cadman
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IT Consultant who works and lives in the UK

The rise of women MPs and the fall of Parliament

ON Sunday, Theresa May committed her greatest sin in a career well supplied with moral infamy: she summoned an exclusive phalanx of male, pale...

Hold hard, ERG, for all our sakes

BRITISH Shamocracy is dead. Whatever happens now, the current system, laughingly called ‘Representative Democracy’, will not survive in any credible form. Contrary to many...

The moral case for kicking out May is now unanswerable

THERESA May's moral and mental fitness to hold high office must now, more than Brexit,  be the most pressing question for debate. How such...

Five years on: Along came Brexit

FIVE years ago today, International Women’s Day, The Conservative Woman was launched. Today we will be inundated by an avalanche of feminist triumphalism and...

The elites learn nothing and are proud of it

‘They had learned nothing and forgotten nothing.’ THE famous quote by Tallyrand on the Bourbon dynasty, restored to power in France after the fall of...

The European Counter Reformation is coming

SO, hell is coming for the Brexiteers. Doubtless in our secular age Donald Tusk didn’t mean that in quite the literal sense, though the...

The death throes of Tyrannosaurus Brex

WE all know why the dinosaurs died out, or think we do. At the end of the Cretaceous period a cataclysmic asteroid impact caused...

MPs beware: Direct democracy is on its way

THE gilets jaunes want direct democracy via referenda, and according to polls a whopping 80 per cent of French voters agree with them. Purely representative...

A successful No Deal – the Remainers’ worst nightmare

JAMES Bartholomew writes in the Telegraph about how the ‘little people’ will get us through a No Deal Brexit. He catalogues the quiet preparations...

As Brexit descends into farce, globalism marches on

IT IS now beyond doubt that Theresa May is – how can we put this politely? – living with a sense of reality and...

Westminster votes for suicide

Within a few minutes last night, Parliament was at its best – and worst. Sadly, the worst was far worse than the best was...

Remainers, eyes closed at the edge of the cliff

THE Establishment has got cliff edges all wrong. Unless one has a death wish, they are not particularly dangerous when one is aware of...

Brexit: A Tory Morality Tale

Kathy Gyngell writes: When the headline ‘EU leaders agree Brexit deal’ flashed on to my screen yesterday morning I thought: 1. Since there is no...

The bell tolls for the hapless Tories

One of the most mystifying and depressing aspects of the whole Brexit saga since the referendum is the supine way the vast majority of...

Betrayal upon betrayal upon betrayal – nothing can ever be the same again

Brexit has stepped through the looking glass and assumed an air of complete unreality. These are, by some margin, the strangest political times any...

In this month of Remembrance, we will not forget the Brexit Betrayal

‘Remember, remember, the Fifth of November’: 413 years after the fact, Guy Fawkes’s wish to see Parliament and people subjugated to a foreign power...

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