Saturday, January 25, 2020

Michael St George

Michael St George
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Michael St George is a freelance writer arguing for minimal-state, low-tax, free-markets minarchist-libertarianism. He tweets as @A_Liberty_Rebel.

The Remainer coup is under way. The fix is in

WITHIN 36 hours of Tuesday’s unprecedented, humiliating, crushing House of Commons defeat for Theresa May and her cynically misnamed EU ‘Withdrawal’ Agreement, which would...

A remarkably convenient confluence of ‘coincidences’

BOTH the Cock-Up and the Coincidence theories, rather than the Conspiracy theory, of history – especially where the history, even the very recent one,...

Face it, you elitists, populism is here to stay

National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy, by Matthew Goodwin and Roger Eatwell; Pelican, 2018 Until comparatively recently – say, the last ten years or...

The Six Podcasts of Christmas

Both leading up to and during these dog-days between Christmas and New Year, it’s more usual to find reading recommendations rather than listening recommendations...

Two Amendments and a Funeral

IF, AS now looks likely, the prospect of a clean Brexit on WTO terms – the only alternative which, by leaving all the EU’s...

Tory ‘Brexiteer’ MPs: United in disunity, adamant for uncertainty

Barring some unforeseen anti-climax, the next week, culminating in the House of Commons vote on Theresa May’s duplicitously conceived and deceitfully misrepresented Brexit-In-Name-Only Withdrawal...

This has just got a lot bigger than Brexit

Kathy Gyngell writes: Yesterday we re-published Michael St George’s warning a year ago that the Brexit moment must reconstitute itself. It didn’t but he...

Why we need to fight the Brexit battle all over again

This article was first published in TCW on November 17, 2017, as Kathy Gyngell recalls here. Like many ConWom readers, I suspect, I spent the early dawn...

Are the Tory ‘Brexit Rebels’ paper tigers?

So, at long last, something has actually happened. After months of elegantly-phrased, impeccably-modulated but ultimately unfulfilled threats, routinely qualified by such excessively deferential banalities along...

Where do we go from here?

In the event of Mrs May’s resignation, which after the departure of two Brexit Secretaries the Conservative Party should insist on, these are the...

Just what – or who – is driving Theresa May?

On the ‘what’ of Theresa May’s catastrophically-inept, stubborn, secretive, submissive and duplicitous conduct of the United Kingdom’s Brexit negotiations, there is little room for...

A political pantomime? Or something more?

The Cabinet, so the Telegraph reported this morning, has been told by Eurosceptics to force Theresa May to drop her Chequers plan or she...

A week is a long time in treachery

After my TCW article in mid-July on the stench of treachery surrounding the conduct of Brexit which pervaded the upper echelons of the ‘Conservative’...

The speech Boris should give today (but almost certainly won’t)

Forget Theresa May’s set-piece speech to the Conservative Party conference tomorrow. No one, not even the most loyal supporter, expects anything much of it,...

The fight for the soul of the Tory party

‘There are some of us, Mr Chairman, who will fight, and fight, and fight again, to save the party we love.’ Fifty-eight years after they...

Winners and losers in the Salzburg shambles

Over four-and-a-half decades of European Union membership, Britain has often suffered frustrations and rebuffs at its tedious summits: the then PM Cameron’s total failure...

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