The situation in Syria grows worse as the government massacres its own people during Ramadan. Why is Britain not intervening in Syria’s Arab Spring Revolution when she keenly humiliates herself in Libya? James Garry reports.
I oppose all wars that are not in the national interest and condemn them as a waste of life. The wars that Britain has fought in the last fifteen years – Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya – leave me perplexed. They are all liberal-interventionist wars. Wars waged by a nation Continue reading
History is replete with examples of the Conservative Party orchestrating the demise of its leader. Cameron will survive the phone-hacking scandal. But they are bound to get him for something, writes Colin Marsden.
The phone hacking scandal that has engulfed the Prime Minister will not likely lead to his resignation, he is safe for now, but the Tory party is ruthless when it comes to removing leaders that no longer look like they are winners. Continue reading
The subject of European integration has always troubled the Conservative Party, to the extent that it cost Thatcher her leadership. With the single currency and possibly the European Union itself teetering on the brink, how would its collapse affect the Conservative-led government, wonders Colin Marsden.
The debt crisis in the Eurozone may yet spell the end for the single currency, at least in its present configuration. The logic is that the currency area must fully intergrate economically or abandon the Euro. Will or can European political union survive the crisis? The Conservative Party and indeed “Conservatism” has tended to be seen as Euro-sceptical but, from Macmillan to Cameron, Conservative governments have led the process of ever closer union with our European nieghbours. Continue reading