As I hurtled towards the big EU machine on the Eurostar from London St Pancras, I had initially intended this post-induction piece to be a light-hearted reflection on my first experiences in Brussels. The beer was good, the bureaucracy was bad – that sort of thing. But in view of the seriousness of the inherently … Continue reading My first day as a member of the European Parliament!
The racist discriminatory caste system is alive and kicking in Nepal with a truly disgusting story revealed a couple of days back. I know this isn’t an ancestry story but some things go beyond personal fun and interest blogging. About a month ago a young woman, Sani Rishidev from the Manang district of Nepal, eloped … Continue reading Where are the feminist protesters when you need them?
Yesterday in The House of Commons it was announced that "disgraced MP" Fiona Onasanya had been fired as the Member of Parliament for the town of Peterborough. This was brought about not by the Labour Party, not by Parliament but BY HER OWN CONSTITUENTS! Democracy at work in the UK at last, momentous, and not … Continue reading Was this a historic event in the UK parliament yesterday?
The fact that the leadership of the official UK opposition party, The Labour Party, is now controlled by Marxists should be a concern to all of us. And yet their transgressions are somehow overlooked by a deluded section of the British population, especially those whose source of information is Facebook or Twitter as they read … Continue reading Watch how to obliterate a Marxist
Over the past couple of years the BBC has turned media bias and fake news into an art form, both in its selective reporting of Brexit related topics and its live forums which are never balanced in terms of audience or panel members. Last weeks Question Time was no exception with the panel formed 4:1 … Continue reading BBC Question Time drops a Brexit clanger!