Each week, our panel of John O’Sullivan, Rachel Wolf, Trevor Phillips, Tim Montgomerie and Marcus Roberts will analyse and assess what’s happening.
We usually seen them off in Epping Forest. But it is important to deliver on Brexit to avoid grievances being exploited.
Disillusionment, anger, reduced turnout, a body blow to future social reform, and a possible boost to extremists are all potential consequences.
Prejudice against Israelis is often a gateway to prejudice against Jews in general, as seen in the spike of anti-Semitic incidents after the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict.
Labour and the Lib Dems are being propped up by a party of hate.
None the less, the local Conservatives exploited the climate of prejudice, while Labour sometimes bent to accommodate it.
Honesty and trust has been vital to the process. I am not now absolutely certain that this assumption can still be relied upon.
Face to face with angry, disillusioned voters, canvassing brings politics down to brass tacks.
At present, UKIP poses more of a threat to the Conservatives than Labour.
As Labour implode, their councillors are defecting to UKIP – but only the Conservatives offer a proper alternative.
London Assembly member Richard Barnbrook has left the British National Party. He now sits as an Independent on the London… Read more »
The neo-Nazi allegiances of the British National Party leadership have been well established. There will sometimes be indignant denials but… Read more »
As their Party leader Nick Griffin prepares for his Question Time debut one of their councillors. Darren Haywood has quit… Read more »
The BBC report a claim by the BNP that they will be contesting 465 seats in the County Council elections… Read more »
If I had to draw up a list for reasons why the BNP are gaining ground my list would be… Read more »