David Hardy

May 29, 2018

Brexit 1984

Brexit has exposed the mechanisms of our Orwellian society, masquerading as a western Liberal ‘democracy’, says David Hardy.  
April 17, 2018

Hungary: beyond the mass hysteria

Chuka Umunna and his supporters should look beyond The Guardian headlines and instead to life on the ground in Hungary, says David Hardy. Beyond the mass left-wing hysteria, there are lessons we can learn from the portrayed ‘far-right’ autocracy of Orban’s government. 
March 28, 2018

Our right to free speech is under siege

David Hardy argues that there is an ever-growing divide between Britain’s ruling political elite and its citizens. Unrest and dissenting public voices are being met with increasing intolerance, says David Hardy.
March 13, 2018

May’s Government is a BBC puppet show

David Hardy argues the Conservative Party is drifting ever closer to the left. In so doing, it is increasingly beholden to left-wing interest groups, such as the BBC and Channel 4.
March 6, 2018

Is it time to rein in the BBC?

The BBC’s overt loathing for Donald Trump is clear for all to see and serves as a poignant reminder of the organisation’s inherent bias. A bias that serves only to guide the organisation further and further down the path to irrelevance, says David Hardy.
February 13, 2018

Soros and Adonis: united in their contempt for democracy

George Soros and Lord Adonis are united as two contemptuous, arrogant, narcissistic, self-appointed champions of the post-democratic society, says David Hardy.
December 27, 2017

Chuka Umunna’s hollow howls of betrayal

Chuka Umunna’s hollow howls of betrayal regarding the absence of our post-Brexit windfall are confounding. He seems unable to grasp that the scrapping of EU funding can only be achieved once we have left the European Union, says David Sedgwick.
October 13, 2017

Is Conservatism in crisis?

Modern conservatism is facing an existential crisis, says David Hardy. To find its way once more Conservatives everywhere must challenge the orthodoxy of the liberal left rather than succumbing to it.
September 25, 2017

May’s Great Brexit Betrayal

David Hardy believes Theresa May’s Florence speech represents a great Brexit betrayal, arguing that the concept of party lines is a farce. All political parties, irrespective of branding, are subservient to a Eurocentric liberal elite, he argues.
August 15, 2017

The BBC, Chapman and a post-Brexit meltdown

The BBC’s fawning over the increasingly erratic James Chapman and his post-Brexit meltdown is alarming, says David Hardy.
August 4, 2017

Breaking the dependency of EU-addicts

Breaking the dependency of EU-addicts will not be easy as the EU’s tentacles have spread far and wide, but in order for the UK to swim rather than go down with the EU wreckage, that is precisely what must happen, says David Hardy.
June 21, 2017

The Financial Times and a 1.3 billion Ponzi scheme

David Sedgwick asks whether the time is ripe to radically rethink a dominant model of society in which moderate rather than excessive population increase holds sway.
June 13, 2017

General election 2017 and the Brexit conspiracy

David Sedgwick asks whether the general election might have been the brain-child of Tory Europhiles hoping to weaken the government’s Brexit position rather than strengthen it.
June 5, 2017

BBC blind to Britain’s social realities

The pervasive left-wing orthodoxy consuming the BBC leaves it impervious to the realities of modern day Britain, argues David Sedgwick.
April 26, 2017

The BBC’s ever shifting far-right goal posts

The BBC wilfully confuses the policy of extreme right-wing ideologies with just about any party or politician who dares question the sanctity of mass immigration, says David Sedgwick.
April 5, 2017

Trudeau’s diversity is only skin deep

David Sedgwick believes that the Canadian Prime Minister’s recent claim that Canada’s strength lies in its diversity, like many slogans, the more it’s repeated, the less sense it makes and the hollower it rings.
April 4, 2017

We live in a one-party state

David Sedgwick argues mainstream political parties are indistinguishable. They all subscribe to the same brand of liberalism.
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