Tag Archives: Richard North

Bees, cars, coercion

Industy top dogs use governments to move money from citizens to their own pockets.  Industries and government bureaucracies are where elected politicians go after they get rumbled.  Governments have generations of experience in this expropriation.  That’s why they should be kept tiny … Continue reading

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Costs outweigh benefits

Open Europe has announced recognition that, Top 100 EU regulations cost the UK economy £27.4 billion a year – and costs outweigh benefits in a quarter of cases (click through to read the press release and PDF report) More informed comment can be … Continue reading

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The Many Not The Few

Below is a review by James Delingpole’s of Richard North’s The Many Not the Few: The Stolen History of the Battle of Britain  (The Spectator, 26 February 2011.) Consider the emboldened section – how did the distortions of WWII propaganda steep Britain in misguided … Continue reading

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What’s the point of a food safety quango that couldn’t save us from eating stallion burgers?

Click through and read what Leo McKinstry has written of the ongoing horse meat crime scandal: What’s the point of a food safety quango that couldn’t save us from eating stallion burgers? A reader’s comment explains how the Food Standards … Continue reading

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