Tag Archives: Winston Churchill

Lets look back 70 years and 4 months!


Yesterdays tweet from Will Hutton shown here offers a useful reminder of how the Conservative Party led and influenced by Winston Churchill, one of the UKs most influential and respected leaders across the world in 21st Century was at the … Continue reading

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A few empty spaces at a popular event


For reasons I cannot fully understand, a political group called Conservative Way Forward has my name on their mailing list. Interestingly they never sent out a General Data Protection Regulation form or notification as far as I can recall, I certainly … Continue reading

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Imagine how Churchill would respond?


These tweets shown here captured at 07.34 hrs this morning are a clear indication that not only are we in chaos as a nation as a result of the Labour and Conservative party decisions to withdraw from Europe, but that … Continue reading

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What we need is cross people


According to a comments by George Young in a debate in the House of Lords last Friday on the ‘Political Parties (Funding and Expenditure) Bill’ the lack of cross-party consensus on major reforms means that the Government believes that it is … Continue reading

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Dresden plus 70


Todays 70th commemoration of the blanket bombing of Dresden in order to demoralise the civilian population of Germany is an event that we must not overlook. The tragic loss of life at the hands of a coalition determined to end … Continue reading

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The Nations greatest Prime Minister?


Last nights TV tribute to Winston Churchill was an interesting programme. Two messages stuck in my mind, both towards the end of the programme. The first was the human weaknesses that Jeremy Paxman spoke about but by contrast his comment … Continue reading

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Page 84


If you were distracted from your reading of the 2010 Conservative manifesto and didn’t get as far as page 84 you are in for a treat now. I confess I didn’t read any of it, simply because at the time … Continue reading

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