Sunday, November 17, 2019

Michael St George

Michael St George
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Michael St George is a freelance writer arguing for minimal-state, low-tax, free-markets minarchist-libertarianism. He tweets as @A_Liberty_Rebel.

Why we need to fight the Brexit battle all over again

This article was first published in TCW on November 17, 2017, as Kathy Gyngell recalls here. Like many ConWom readers, I suspect, I spent the early dawn...

Are the Tory ‘Brexit Rebels’ paper tigers?

So, at long last, something has actually happened. After months of elegantly-phrased, impeccably-modulated but ultimately unfulfilled threats, routinely qualified by such excessively deferential banalities along...

Where do we go from here?

In the event of Mrs May’s resignation, which after the departure of two Brexit Secretaries the Conservative Party should insist on, these are the...

Just what – or who – is driving Theresa May?

On the ‘what’ of Theresa May’s catastrophically-inept, stubborn, secretive, submissive and duplicitous conduct of the United Kingdom’s Brexit negotiations, there is little room for...

A political pantomime? Or something more?

The Cabinet, so the Telegraph reported this morning, has been told by Eurosceptics to force Theresa May to drop her Chequers plan or she...

A week is a long time in treachery

After my TCW article in mid-July on the stench of treachery surrounding the conduct of Brexit which pervaded the upper echelons of the ‘Conservative’...

The speech Boris should give today (but almost certainly won’t)

Forget Theresa May’s set-piece speech to the Conservative Party conference tomorrow. No one, not even the most loyal supporter, expects anything much of it,...

The fight for the soul of the Tory party

‘There are some of us, Mr Chairman, who will fight, and fight, and fight again, to save the party we love.’ Fifty-eight years after they...

Winners and losers in the Salzburg shambles

Over four-and-a-half decades of European Union membership, Britain has often suffered frustrations and rebuffs at its tedious summits: the then PM Cameron’s total failure...

The Boris brouhaha is a Brexit sideshow

Neither TCW co-editor Kathy Gyngell, I suspect, nor I imagined when we debated ‘Boris’s resignation speech – did he flunk It?’ a mere seven...

After Brexit, we must reform our democracy

That, over two years after Britain voted, narrowly but nevertheless decisively, to leave the European Union, it remains necessary to say ‘if Brexit happens’,...

TCW Encore: This has just got a lot bigger than Brexit

Negotiations for the UK's withdrawal from the EU couldn’t have got off on a weaker footing with a Prime Minister at the helm who’d...

Voting UKIP can’t stop a Brexit betrayal

A noticeable number of the responses to my Saturday Essay last weekend, How to resist the Remainers, appeared to find my suggestions for a...

TCW Encore: May and the overpowering stench of treachery

Mrs May’s infamous Chequers Plan has yet to bring about her downfall. It has, however, put the party at war with itself. Tory grassroots...

Saturday essay: How to resist the Remainers (in a strictly non-violent way)

Just after the 2016 EU Referendum, I speculated on Twitter that, despite the clear majority vote to leave, the overwhelmingly anti-Brexit ‘Liberal’-Elite, New-Class Establishment...

Establishment Elite v The Rest Of Us – the new political divide

Even well before the 2016 EU Referendum and its aftermath finally showed it to be redundant, it was evident that, as a method of...

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