Chris Hammond lays out for us the recent German Federal Election and the Grundgesetz in which the country takes great pride.
Nigel Beevor reviews Lord Adonis’ latest book, in which he assembles a “curious list of leaders” from articles he has written in the past.
A Spanish refugee’s tale of his escape from fascist Spain, as told in many a late-night conversation to his nephew’s wife.
Charlotte Mbali analyzes the recently-passed Environment Act, pointing out that the act deals with more than sewage in our water.
Lord Evans refers to a cycle of corruption. The author suggests we are at the low point. We must stop sleaze, Our PM is accused of sleaze.
Lord Adonis welcomes Hythe branch into European Movement and sets out a four-stage programme to rejoin the EU
Layla Moran introduced a motion on Europe. We need paper-free tours for artists and musicians. Turing does not offer the benefits of Erasmus+
How Britain Ends – English Nationalism and the rebirth of Four Nations. Gavin Esler calls for a radical revision of the British constitution.
The democratic deficit and the growing disconnect between residents and the Council is evident in FHDC’s latest Place Plan for Folkestone Town Centre – adding to 20+ other strategic plans from recent years.
After the war, in which we were on the side that fought against fascism: “England would never condone any form of fascism” I often heard said.