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‘No Deal’ On Brexit Is The Best Deal For Britain And The United States

January 17, 2019 by


By Nile Gardiner ~ British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a seismic defeat. The House of Commons on Tuesday rejected her proposed withdrawal agreement with the European Union by a 230 vote margin. Among those voting against her: 118 rebel Conservative MPs who saw the deal as a weak-kneed surrender to the European Union. This is the biggest […]

British Conservatives Are Growing Weary Of Their Own Leaders

October 4, 2018 by


By Ted R. Bromund, Ph.D ~ The annual party conference of the British Conservative Party wrapped up on Wednesday in the city of Birmingham. It’s been years—almost 20 years, in fact—since Conservative Party conferences were actually a genuine meeting of party members. Over those years, the conference has been more and more tightly controlled, with […]

Brexit Politics – Boris Johnson Belts Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit Plan

October 3, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson fires up the dull Conservative conference in Birmingham by denouncing Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for a fudged exit from Europe: The room erupted into cheers when he said Ms May needed “to chuck Chequers”, as her Brexit proposals are known. “Do not believe them when […]

British Labour: The Party Of Jew Haters

August 5, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ James Rodney is a student and a Jew. He’s just left Britain’s Labour party, and explains why: I should start by saying I’m Jewish. When I was growing up, I thought that that meant that I belonged to the religion of Judaism, and that I couldn’t eat bacon. More recently, I’ve […]

Brexit Means More Economic Freedom and International Prosperity. It Should Not Be Derailed.

July 12, 2017 by


By Alden Abbott ~ The United Kingdom’s government triggered a two-year period of negotiations to exit the European Union in March. This “Brexit” process will offer the U.K. the opportunity to forge new trade relationships with nations around the world, including—importantly—the United States, as Heritage Foundation scholars have explained. Unfortunately, recent press reports indicate that […]

Britonistan, Or Deconstructing Britain

May 9, 2017 by


By Edward Cline ~ The indefatigable Soren Kern, of the Gatestone Institute, itemizes the multculturalization of Britain, in March, or rather the continuing Islamization of Britain in just one month. For if multculturalization means anything in Britain (and elsewhere), it all seems to be a marked deck, or a rigged game, in favor of Islam. […]

In Britain, Conservatives Seek A Mandate From Voters

April 19, 2017 by


By Ted R. Bromund, Ph.D ~ On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May shocked Britain by calling for an early general election, which will be held on June 8. This election will decide the fate of her government and Brexit. In many ways, May’s decision to “go to the country”—British slang for calling an election—is […]

After Shooting, NYT Writer Smears Brexit Voters As Anti-Immigrant Paranoids

June 19, 2016 by


By Clay Waters ~ After the murder of a British Parliament member while she was on the street meeting with her constituency, New York Times reporter Steven Erlanger used the front page to smear conservative supporters of Britain leaving the European Union (known as the “Brexit” movement) as anti-immigrant paranoids and “Islamophobic,” in “Growing Dread […]

New York Times Taunts Silly Brits Supporting Brexit With Monty Python References

June 6, 2016 by


By Clay Waters ~ The liberal Euro-philes at the New York Times are at it again, mocking ignorant Britons for resenting the grand European Union trading bloc. London-based reporter Sarah Lyall made gentle mockery of the right-of-center push for England to exit the EU (a proposal known colloquailly as “Brexit”) on Friday’s front page by […]

NYT Front Page Gushes: New Muslim Mayor Of London Triumphs Over Conservative ‘Islamophobia’

May 9, 2016 by


By Clay Waters ~ The New York Times’ ongoing all-front war on “Islamophobia” raged on in coverage of the election of Labour candidate Sadiq Khan, the first Muslim mayor of London. Stephen Castle led hard with it in his Saturday story, which made the front page under a headline quoting the new liberal leader himself […]

London Mayor Boris Johnson To Lead Britain Out Of Europe

February 22, 2016 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The campaign for Britain to leave Europe now has a powerful leader: Conservative Mayor of London Boris Johnson has said he has decided “after a huge amount of heartache” to campaign for Britain to leave the EU. He said the EU was eroding British sovereignty and PM David Cameron’s reform deal […]

Assessing The Future Of The US-UK Special Relationship

June 7, 2015 by


By Ted R. Bromund, Ph.D ~ The special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom is a political creation that reflects underlying realities. To assess the future of that relationship, and how the EU will affect it, we need to know how it began. For the relationship to come into being, the U.K. […]