Thursday, November 21, 2019

Andrew Cadman

Andrew Cadman
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IT Consultant who works and lives in the UK

Andrew Cadman: Ukip is a better vehicle for modern conservative thought

Recently Jago Pearson of this parish admonished the Conservative party for its elitist image and warned that, until it changed its ways and modernised...

Andrew Cadman: Give Duncan Smith credit for his welfare reforms. But not the Tory and Labour leaderships

Well, it looks like he may have pulled it off. After years of vilification, contempt and manoeuvrings against him, Iain Duncan Smith is finally...

Andrew Cadman: Men retreat in the 20-year feminist-led war on masculinity

“Why does modern Britain hate men?" A question, if memory serves me correctly, first asked by the great Melanie Phillips, formerly of The Daily...

Andrew Cadman: Murdoch makes feminists grow up

I adore Page 3. Back in my youth this was for artistic reasons, obviously, and at the time no photograph had more artistic merit...

Andrew Cadman: Our elites are addicted to the narcissistic buzz of feeling good about themselves

It’s time for another war on drugs, or more specifically one drug. It is very widely taken throughout society, and is the narcotic of...

Andrew Cadman: Will China’s growing number of Protestants challenge the conformity of the communist state?

The Yorkshire mining town of Barnsley isn’t the sort of place that one would think would shake the world. That said, to many older...

Andrew Cadman: Ukip scores in the war of the sexes. Hen-pecked men flock to its banner

Shortly before the Rochester and Strood by-election, The Daily Telegraph journalist James Kirkup tweeted:   If Ukip lose Rochester back to the Conservatives in 2015, it...

Andrew Cadman: The Bladerunner age lifts Ukip but leaves the political establishment stranded

Somewhat belatedly, I have just finished reading Revolt on the Right by Robert Ford and Matthew Goodwin. The book’s main focus is, of course,...

Andrew Cadman: The political class is engaged in a feminist-inspired war on men

George Osborne’s decision to extend childcare was almost as depressingly predictable as its long-term consequences are deeply malign for society. Depressingly predictable, because it is...

Andrew Cadman: Heal the nationalist wounds by giving the North a stake in capitalism

We are divided. Bitterly divided.  However despite the endless recent commentary to the contrary, our divisions have actually precious little to do with either...

Dr Andrew Tekle-Cadman: Why Conservatives Are Giving Up On The Conservative Party

“ is an old whore that’s been around 400 years.” - Alan Clark’s Diaries There are many good reasons to read Alan Clark's diaries, not least...

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