We constantly hear those who want us to stay in saying it is time they set out the case. They regularly chastise each other for failing to make the case. They now have plenty of airtime, but each time one appears he or she soon seeks to ridicule the Out cause, or seeks to spread misleading suppositions about what might happen if the UK voted to be free.
By Steve Parkhurst, Senior Editor, USDR.
Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
Mr Cameron has a character flaw of stoking up expectations to a preposterous and self-defeating level
Libya has been in the news again over Christmas: the UN Security Council has endorsed a new government but as Peter Oborne found out when he visited Benghazi, the city that David Cameron addressed after his 2011 bombing campaign (video above), there isn’t much government to speak of.
It’s obscene that the capital gets whatever it wants – more bridges, concert halls, railways – while the regions are starved of funding
Whether we measure literacy or longevity, infant mortality or sexual equality, the world in 2015 was a better place during this past twelve months.
There is a middle course between resigning to speak out and staying in government while saying nothing.
Modern socialism can be summed up by the words of George Bernard Shaw: ‘we learn from history that we learn nothing from history’
Everything about the season is worth loving, except eggnog. Eggnog is gross
Newspapers are stuffed with polls about Europe and Corbyn. Have they forgotten the lessons of the general election? Or have things changed?
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