London publisher defies the censors

Just weeks after Scotland’s most senior judge threatened the backdoor criminalisation of ‘Holocaust’ revisionism, a new UK-based publishing venture has defied the international forces of censorship and fraud. The Academic Research Media Review Education Group (ARMREG) was created at the end of last year and has already published the Holocaust Encyclopaedia, mainly written by the German scientist Germar Rudolf. Now ARMREG... [Read More...]

Civic nationalism falls at first hurdle in 2024 local elections

This afternoon local councils across England published their lists of confirmed candidates for next month’s local elections. There are more than 2,600 council seats up for election across England on 2nd May, as well as eleven Mayoral elections (including London), the Greater London Assembly, and 37 Police & Crime Commissioners. Apart from the latter, there are no elections in Wales this year, and there are no elections in Scotland or... [Read More...]

Nationalist candidates at 2024 elections

The following parties and independents within the nationalist spectrum are contesting local elections on 2nd May 2024. British DemocratsChris Bateman – Castledon and Crouch, BasildonDr Jim Lewthwaite – Wyke, BradfordJulian Leppert – Waltham Abbey North, Epping ForestLawrence Rustem – Shepway, Maidstone Homeland PartyRoger Robertson – Hartley Wintney, Hart IndependentCallum Hewitt – Central & West Bank, HaltonGary Butler –... [Read More...]

Tory civil war breaks out over Israel

In recent months Israel’s invasion of Gaza has caused serious splits inside the Labour Party, including the resignation of numerous councillors, as we reported yesterday. But today it was the Conservative Party’s turn for bitter divisions on the same issue, and on the broader question of Zionism. Former Foreign Office minister Sir Alan Duncan, during an interview on LBC, rounded on fellow Tories whom he accused of “serving... [Read More...]

Labour’s Asian base crumbles

Labour’s entire team of councillors in the Lancashire borough of Pendle has quit, exposing the extent to which Keir Starmer’s party has become dependent on Asian communities in some areas of Britain. The resignations were timed just days before close of nominations in the English local council elections, which will make it difficult for Labour to find new candidates and prepare campaigns. All ten incumbent Labour councillors... [Read More...]

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