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Anthony Webber

Anthony Webber
Anthony Webber is an independent political commentator and strategist

I didn’t wear a mask in Tesco – and I survived!

READERS may be interested to hear of my experiences since it became mandatory on Friday to wear a face covering in shops...

Your guide through the mask minefield

TOMORROW it becomes mandatory to wear a face covering in shops, but you do not need to do so if you have a...

The answer to the social care crisis is right on our doorstep

CARE for the elderly has moved from being a major issue to a very urgent one. After Boris Johnson accused care homes...

Deepening mystery of the Leicester lockdown charade

LAST week in TCW I asked whether the government's decision to keep Leicester locked down was justified. A week later exactly why this city was...

Leicester’s lockdown, keeping us cowering to cover up a failed coronavirus strategy

LAST Sunday, Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced a local lockdown for Leicester that’s now erupted into a major blame game between the city’s Labour mayor Sir...

It’s time to make friends with Syria, not punish it

LAST Tuesday the Mail published an admirable article on the subject of Libya by Mark Almond, director of the Crisis Research Institute, Oxford. He...

Time to end England’s unfair prescription charges

IN the middle of the Covid-19 crisis, it was announced that prescription charges in England would rise to £9.15 per item on...

BLM mobs tear down the social distance law

THE Government’s policy on gatherings and social distancing was always going to hit the buffers. It was just a question of when.

Why have some countries got away with it?

DURING this time of worry about the spread of the coronavirus, it is good to have some uplifting news.

A Tory manifesto to inspire? Never in a month of Sundays

WHAT was the Conservative Party thinking of, launching its election manifesto on a Sunday? What image was it attempting to portray? What made the Tories...

Boris crosses the DUP at his peril

WHEN Boris Johnson became Prime Minister there were high hopes and expectations that he would deliver on Brexit, and do so sensibly. Time and...

Britons have the right to be protected against people like Shamima Begum

MUCH fuss has been made by various commentators arguing that pregnant ISIS Daesh bride Shamima Begum should be allowed back to the UK. The majority...

Tories 1 (Corbyn, own goal), Labour 0

AFTER the overwhelming defeat of Theresa May’s so-called Brexit ‘deal’ in Parliament on Tuesday, it was predictable the Labour Party would go ahead with...

Were England’s footballers hamstrung by politics?

England football manager Gareth Southgate understood the importance of psychology in sport when he appointed Pippa Grange as the team psychologist. By all accounts...

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