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Nigel Farage Has Quit UKIP

Nigel Farage quit UKIP last week. Nigel Farage has quit UKIP, saying the party’s leader Gerard Batten seems to be obsessed with Islam and ex-English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson. Speaking on LBC radio, the former leader of the Eurosceptic … Continue reading

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Not One Of Us

Breitbart: Hillary Clinton Says Europe Needs to Cut Immigration to Kill Populism In an interview with Britain’s left-wing newspaper The Guardian, Clinton said that while she admired “the very generous and compassionate approaches” taken on mass migration from the third world, “particularly by … Continue reading

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Soft Fascism

In conversation with James Delingpole a few days ago, William (or maybe Jacob) Rees-Mogg said: 23:45: “People want to know that what you’re doing is based on some form of principle and that you have a direction you are going … Continue reading

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None Of Them Speak For Me

It’s my personal opinion that American politics is always more interesting than British politics. I think that in part this is because there’s much more at stake: the President of the United States is the most powerful man in the … Continue reading

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The Best Laid Plans

These days, I tend to see smoking bans as something that first started in the UK on 1 July 2007. But actually there have been smoking bans gradually being rolled out in the UK for many decades. I can’t remember … Continue reading

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A Surprise Reverse for Tobacco Control

Hat-tip Tony: “Good news from Austria. ‘In health negotiations, the FPÖ insists on a repeal of smoking bans. “ and Strache einigt sich mit Kurz Koalitions-Deal: Aus für Rauchverbot In den Gesundheitsverhandlungen beharrt FPÖ auf Rücknahme des Rauchverbots. Some background: … Continue reading

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Representatives In Name Only

One puzzling thing about Craig Kelly (whom I was highlighting yesterday) is that here is a politician who doesn’t represent at least some of the people in his Australian parliamentary constituency. He actually hates quite a few of them. And … Continue reading

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