Category: Spokespeople

Policing the Virus

By Mike Speakman, Law & Order Spokesman 31st March 2020 From my first day at Police training school in 1968 it was drummed into us that we police with the consent of the public. This central tenet of British Policing remained true throughout my service, and throughout the ranks I achieved. Until recently, the British…

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Policing the Virus

By Mike Speakman, Law & Order Spokesman 31st March 2020 From my first day at Police training school in 1968 it was drummed into us that we police with the consent of the public. This central tenet of British Policing remained true throughout my service, and throughout the ranks I achieved. Until recently, the British…

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At the Heart of Climate Alarmism

By Paul Burgess, Spokesman for the Environment 10th March 2020 The very heart of climate alarmism is the claim that CO2 levels control the temperature of the earth.  So let us examine that by simply looking at the history of the earth. Ice core data has provided a very good record of the earth’s historic …

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Fair Cop’s Day In Court

By Mike Speakman; Retired Deputy Chief Constable, Policing Spokesman 15th February  2020 In recent years, it has sometimes been said, with a sense of irony, that George Orwell’s 1984 was written as fiction, not an implementation manual. This message did not get through to many establishment organisations, including Humberside Police. I served in Humberside Police from…

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Policing Muslim Rape Gangs

By Mike Speakman, Law & Order Spokesman 28th January 2020 As a retired Deputy Chief Constable, I hang my head in shame at the emerging scandal which must be the worst and most damaging to the Police service in my lifetime. It seems that several Police forces and other public organisations have been complicit in…

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More Police Force Mergers?

By Mike Speakman, Policing  Spokesman 13th January 2020 There is a new initiative from the Police Chiefs Council to merge police forces. The last decades have seen an increasing centralisation of policing, geared more to satisfying central government objectives which often have little to do with real policing issues. I believe the government and civil…

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The Truth Behind The Australian Bush Fires

By Paul Burgess B.Sc., M.Sc., C. Eng, Spokesman for the Environment. 8th January 2020 I so wish there was no need for this but there is a need to start to provide a truthful news outlet to the mainstream media distortion. I am currently in new Zealand sitting under an amber haze as a result…

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When Is It Right To Be Wrong?

By Paul Burgess B.Sc., M.Sc. C.Eng, Environment Spokesman 6th January 2020 Dr William Happer is a retired professor of physics from Princetown University  with over 200 published papers. He was an adviser to the USA government until vice president Gore cleansed the advisors of any different opinions to his own. He is probably the man…

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Why We Need For Britain’s Trans Policy

Barbara Wood December 22nd 2019 In my speech on Freedom, Justice & Democracy at The For Britain Conference 2019, I spoke about the fear that many of us now feel when all we want to do is express an opinion. For those of you that haven’t seen the speech you can watch it here. In…

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The Police and the Election by Mike Speakman

Mike Speakman 27th November 2019   Policing issues are of some relevance in this election, now only two weeks away. Parties are making commitments which they may or may not keep, but the trend is generally in the right direction. As we all know, police numbers have been cut drastically since 2010, at the instigation…

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Time To Act! Islam Spokesman Nissar Hussain Blog

From Nissar Hussain, Islam Spokesman 22nd November 2019 Here’s to Sharia Enforcement! Halal – ujah! “We have suffered a total and unmitigated defeat… and I do not suppose that this is the end. This is only the beginning of the reckoning.” Churchill on Munich What Churchill had to say on Chamberlain’s appeasement is quite appropriate…

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Explaining the IPCC

By Paul Burgess, Spokesman on the Environment 18/11/19 A short Note Explaining the IPCC: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change This is assumed to be a scientific body but it is not. It organises scientists from many counties to produce reports on this basis:- Each scientist must conform to its own government’s rules and policies. They…

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