Chris Everett

September 7, 2016

Teach British freedoms in schools

British values of freedom and justice need to take more of a central role in our education system, argues Chris Everett.
September 1, 2016

Give us a vote on our taxes

Governments can reduce taxes, collect more of them and give you a proper say in how your taxes are spent, writes Chris Everett.
August 17, 2016

UK aid should help Britain trade

Chris Everett argues the international development budget should be used to develop a series of proposals to support emerging markets trade with the UK.
August 4, 2016

The ‘alternative’ right has a Putin problem

Chris Everett argues that followers of Trump and Farage should stop apologising for a genuine threat to the West.
July 27, 2016

Look to Jurassic Park for Labour’s future (part 1)

Jurassic Park has proven to be a metaphor for pretty much every twist and turn within the Labour party over the last year, argues Chris Everett.
July 27, 2016

Look to Jurassic Park for Labour’s future (part 2)

Chris Everett continues the analogy between the Hollywood blockbuster and the ongoing turmoil that has befallen the Labour Party.
July 20, 2016

Win or lose, Corbyn’s cronies threaten Britain

Dogged determination, mixed with blind arrogance may be enough for Corbyn’s supporters to ignore the inevitable result of a general election, argues Chris Everett.
July 19, 2016

Young people naïve to horrors of communism

Our education system is failing to inform young people about the true horrors communism has visited upon our world, says Chris Everett.
July 6, 2016

Gove is the true Tory ‘unity’ candidate

Chris Everett argues Michael Gove is best placed to reunite the two warring wings of the Conservative Party.
We’re committed to providing a free platform to host insightful commentary from across the political spectrum. To help us expand our readership, and to show your support, please like our Facebook page: