Cambridge Professor reported to the police for calling the English “the lager louts of Europe

Cambridge Professor reported to the police for calling the English “the lager louts of Europe

Cambridge Professor Nicholas Boyle has been reported to the police for a “Hate Incident”. He called the English “the lager louts of Europe”. Cambridge Professor Nicholas Boyle has been reported to the police for a “Hate Incident”. He called the English “the lager louts of Europe”. The English Democrats’ Chairman, Robin Tilbrook has reported Professor Nicholas Boyle of Magdalene College, Cambridge to Essex police for making various insulting and offensive remarks about the English in…

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The Problem with the English: England doesn’t want to be just another member of a team

The Problem with the English: England doesn’t want to be just another member of a team

Brexit is the result of an English delusion, a crisis of identity resulting from a failure to come to terms with the loss of empire and the end of its own exceptionalism, argues Cambridge University professor Nicholas Boyle There is a great lie peddled about the referendum: that it expressed the will of the British people. The pattern of voting showed up a colossal divergence between England, with its Welsh appendage, on the one hand,…

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I’m English First British Second! A Debate with Jon Gaunt

I’m English First British Second! A Debate with Jon Gaunt

I’m tired of being told I’m racist for saying I’m proud to be English! According to new research, English patriotism is on the rise but the number of us who call ourselves British has gone down. I spoke to Professor John Denham, former Labour cabinet minister and now Professor in English Identity and Politics at Winchester University about his findings. I also spoke to Robin Tilbrooke, Chairman of the English Democrats. Is the rise in…

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13 years ago this month Labour forced through the English Higher Education bill with votes from Scottish MPs

13 years ago this month Labour forced through the English Higher Education bill with votes from Scottish MPs

13 years ago this month Labour forced through the English Higher Education Bill with votes from Scottish MPs. Those 4-5 year old who were just starting Primary schools at the time of the vote would have been oblivious to what had occurred, however the time as now come for them to realise the impact of Labours Education Bill, and Scotland’s involvement in English Education, as they look towards University education. Not only are our students…

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The drums are getting louder!

The drums are getting louder!

The drums are getting louder! Over the last few years we have seen an increasingly audible and increasingly un-ignorable, drum roll of problems arising out of militant Islam and Islamist activists. This drum roll whilst getting louder and faster is of course nowhere near its crescendo as yet. But recently here in Europe we have not only had the attacks in France, Belgium and Germany but also a number of foiled attacks and also attacks…

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The value of English subsidies to Wales

The value of English subsidies to Wales

The value of English subsidies to Wales On Monday, 12th December, I was invited by the Law Society of England and Wales to a reception in the House of Lords to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Prime Ministerial Office of a famous solicitor – David Lloyd George (cue lots of jokes about whose father or grandfather “knew” Lloyd George!) It did however give me an opportunity to talk with various interesting…

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