Thursday, 20 July 2017

Politicians' claims of victimhood are a ploy to reinforce their unaccountability

“If you have tears…” Into the proliferating categories of victimhood demanding special protection, legally privileged status and statutorily enforced ascendancy..

By Gerald Warner

Friday, 30 June 2017

The tide has gone out for Nicola Sturgeon and the struggling SNP

There are certain finely honed political skills that only a select minority of practitioners of statecraft possess. Among them is..

By Gerald Warner

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Don't water down Brexit. Go for a full strength Brexit

Britain is now close to being ungovernable. The confidence and supply arrangement negotiated by Theresa May with the Democratic Unionist..

By Gerald Warner

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Tories must hold very tightly onto nurse, to save Brexit and the country

Over the past week public life in Britain has become, even more acutely than previously, a competition in fatuity between..

By Gerald Warner

Friday, 9 June 2017

The Tories inflicted May on us: Now they must pick up the pieces and deliver Brexit

To paraphrase the statement in the language of the imperial court with which Japan euphemistically announced its unconditional surrender in..

By Gerald Warner

Thursday, 1 June 2017

A shambolic election exposes a moribund political system

If this general election is self-evidently a shambles, it is only fair to concede that it accurately represents the state..

By Gerald Warner

Friday, 19 May 2017

Neglected public services and Brexit herald SNP decline

“Let me be clear – I want to be judged on this. If you are not, as First Minister, prepared..

By Gerald Warner

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Macron: hero of the losers who imagine they are winners

All you young snowflakes, dancing in the streets of Paris and Richmond to celebrate the election of President Emmanuel Blair..

By Gerald Warner

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

EU's anti-British feeding frenzy egged on by the Nasty Nation

Theresa May missed a trick. When her unmannerly guests Jean-Claude Juncker, Martin Selmayr et al. rose from the table and..

By Gerald Warner