Category Archives: England

UKIP and why I’ll be voting for them

Those of you who don’t live in the EU have probably escaped the fact that on May 22, a large proportion of us are going to vote for our representatives in the European Parliament – our MEPs. I have been asked on several occasions how I plan to vote, and why. I plan to vote […]

Happy St George’s Day

It’s April 23rd, and that means – as every Englishman should know – that it’s St George’s Day. So, I wish all my lovely readers a very happy day, whatever you’re doing!

Portsmouth betrayal should be a rallying call for English independence

The British government is closing Portsmouth’s shipyard to protect jobs at the Clyde shipyards in Glasgow in a transparently political move to placate the Scots ahead of their independence referendum. Just look at these comments from some of the English workers the Brits are sacrificing to protect Scottish jobs: It’s definitely a political decision. All […]

Vote 2013

Well, hustings are over, the buntings are down, the votes are in and the results are out. There were elections in 34 English councils, as well as a Parliamentary by-election in South Shields and a couple of mayoral elections yesterday. The results were quite interesting, especially considering some of the dirty tactics that both the […]

Freedom of Information: Cabinet devolution minutes – update 3

Readers may remember that a while ago I asked the Cabinet Office for some information, under the Freedom of Information Act. They weren’t forthcoming with that information, so I requested a review, pointing out that other similar requests had been received by them for that information, denied and subsequently referred to the Information Commissioner, who […]

Happy St George’s Day

 

Vote UKIP

If you live in England, chances are that you may soon be voting in elections for County Councils. I urge everyone to vote for their UKIP candidate. You know it makes sense to vote for the party that speaks common sense.

Freedom of Information: Cabinet devolution minutes – update 2

Readers may remember that a while back I asked the Cabinet Office for some information. They then replied stating that they needed extra time in order to deal with my request. Well, the other day I got their final reply. It read as follows: Dear Illusive Man, Ref: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT REQUEST I refer […]

Freedom of information: Cabinet devolution minutes – update

Readers may remember that back in mid-January I hassled the Cabinet Office with a Freedom of Information request asking for copies of the Cabinet minutes which were held in relation to devolution, and any additional departmental or legal guidance that was received or issued in relation to this issue. Well, today the Cabinet Office replied […]

Freedom of information: Cabinet devolution minutes

The Freedom of Information Act is a wonderful thing. It allows us – the public – to remind those bastards in Westminster that they only borrow their power from the people, and that despite the privilege of their position, they remain the servants of the people. It does this by giving us the ability to […]