No Time To Lose

Do you like statistics? Good, because here’s a few to make you think, although you may not enjoy them. In recent years a little under 700,000 children have been born in England and Wales each year. Of those, 436,000 (63%) were classified as White British in 2014, 432,000 (62%) in 2015, 422,000 (60.6%) in 2016. Let me say that last one again in case you missed it – just 60.6% of the children born in…

Batten Down the Hatches

Max Musson’s article on the disastrous ineptitude of the Conservative campaign in the recent general election leads me on to explore one or two further implications of the debacle – and it was a debacle no matter how much Mrs. May’s supporters protest that she actually won the election – perhaps she did, technically, but we all know who really won it. In Paul Nuttall’s resignation speech he said that within eighteen months Ukip would be “bigger than ever”…

What Now?

Many of us will have suffered a sense of deja vue as news came through of Ukip’s wipeout in the local elections. Although on a vastly greater scale, the disaster was all too reminiscent of the BNP’s obliteration at the general and local elections of 2010. While we could debate the cause of the BNP’s decline and fall – if it still mattered – there can be no doubt about the cause of Ukip’s eclipse. It is perceived…

A ‘Second Referendum’ on EU Membership?

The European Union Referendum Act 2015 is an Act of Parliament that made provision for a non-binding referendum to be held in the UK on whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union or leave. The bill was introduced to the House of Commons by Philip Hammond, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs on 28 May 2015 and the Act was subsequently passed by 544 votes to 53 on 9 June…

Electoral Folly and Corruption in the Potteries

On 13th January this year and following significant policy differences with party leader Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour MP for the constituency of Stoke-on-Trent Central, Tristram Hunt, resigned his seat and announced that he is to take up the position of Director of the Victoria & Albert Museum, thus triggering a by-election to be held on 23rd February. Stoke-on-Trent Central has been a solidly Labour ward throughout the last sixty-years or more and so one might…

The Poisoned Chalice?

Following the successful referendum campaign and the majority support of the British electorate for Brexit, UKIP — the United Kingdom Independence Party — have been thrown into a state of disarray. Nigel Farage has quite rightly in my view been awarded the lion’s share of credit for masterminding the campaign to induce the Tories to hold an ‘in-out’ referendum on UK membership of the European Union, and it seems that flushed with his own success,…

Battered & Spent – The Results and the Way Forward

Following the catastrophic decision by no less than five different patriotic or nationalist organisations to stand against each other in the Batley & Spen by-election yesterday, the election result has been declared and all five organisations have been left battered by experience, with their energies spent, in what was from the very start a forlorn endeavour. As can be seen from the table below, despite a very low voter turnout of just 25.8%, the Labour…

Brexit – Starting to look more like BINO

The government of Britain for several decades now, since at least the end of World War II, has been a process of almost uninterrupted decline. Much of this decline has been planned as part of the process of managed decline that is part and parcel of the deliberate transfer of wealth and influence from Western nations to the Third World in accordance with the New World Order global agenda. A major component in this process…

System Restore – Maggie Thatcher and Michael Foot Return to the Stage!

They say that fashions change in cycles and that if we wait long enough, those bell-bottomed jeans we loved in the 1970s will come back into fashion again, and it seems this is just as true in the ‘bread and circuses’ world of electoral politics as anywhere else. For some years now the public have become progressively less and less interested in politics, finding the three main establishment parties virtually indistinguishable in terms of the…

Leaders Conference – Quest for Unity & Direction

Following the controversy of Nick Griffin’s ultimately disastrous stewardship of the British National Party, that party has shed most of its former members and the nationalist movement in this country has become fragmented and disoriented. Today our movement is composed of a number of comparatively small organisations, many of them tiny, and all of them largely impotent in terms of being able to effect political change either now or within the foreseeable future. In recent…