The Government’s proposals would weaken our Civil Liberties. They would show that the Government cannot be trusted on Constitutional Reform. The Electorate should be reminded of the dangers to our liberties and the warnings made by Lord Hailsham in the 1970s of the growth of an elective dictatorship in our country.
Stories of general interest to the whole of the UK
In her latest article Teece Callis asks if veganism is good for you. She highlights some difficulties arising from adopting a vegan diet.
Traffic is queuing on M20. What’s the holdup? Could it be the extra paperwork and inspections that came with Brexit? It’s set to get worse.
Theresa’s letter to her MP castigates the Prime Minister for his non-apology for parties at 10 Downing Street which flout Nolan Principles.
Partygate: Kent Bylines has been collecting the memes on the theme which have been circulating on social media.
Charlotte Lebon breaks down history of the North-South split in England with a book review of ‘The Shortest History of England’ by James Hawes.
Denying that re-joining the EU is possible is a counsel of despair, a recipe for inaction, and fatalism associated with hopeless situations.
Funding for the Fish of the Medway project helps keep the Medway as a no-take zone in order to protect the survival of several fish species.
To celebrate our first birthday, the KBL Anniversary Quiz recalls some of the topics we have covered over the last twelve months.
Chris Hammond lays out for us the recent German Federal Election and the Grundgesetz in which the country takes great pride.