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“If you want us to help you control immigration, the first thing you have to do is to accept more immigrants”. Amongst all the Alice-in-Wonderland contradictions of the European project, surely few are delineated in such stark relief as the … Continue reading
Last week I was invited to visit Springfield Park, a static mobile home park close to the centre of Hinckley, where I met local resident and campaigner Janet Deeming, as well as the indefatigable Phil Johnson – who also campaigns … Continue reading
On the day when net immigration in the UK hit the extraordinary level of 330,000, the Institute of Directors warned that the government’s increasingly desperate and ad hoc measures to try to stem the tide were threatening to damage British business. … Continue reading
It would take a heart of stone to remain unmoved by the terrible shooting of a young reporter, Alison Parker, and her cameraman, on live breakfast TV in Virginia, by a deeply disturbed former colleague Vester Haligan, who described himself … Continue reading
Following my appearance on Five Live to discuss the crisis at Calais, I was invited onto Three Counties Radio. Here is the link to my interview on the JVS Show.
On Sunday evening, I watched an extended interview on BBC 4 TV in which Lucy Worsley interviewed Sir Roy Strong, at eighty years old. Sir Roy, remember, was once the enfant terrible of the art gallery and museum business. In … Continue reading
You can hear me on The Stephen Nolan Show on Radio Five Live discussing immigration and the crisis at Calais. You can hear my views from about 20 minutes in.