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    The BFD Face of the Day: ‘ The Greatest Conservative of Our Age’

    Today's face of the day is Roger Scruton a Conservative philosopher and author of more than fifty books who died aged 75 on Sunday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=1eD9RDTl6tM&feature=emb_logo The author of more than 50 books on aesthetics, morality and politics, he was...

    The BFD Thursday Nightcap

    Rebecca Long-Bailey Caught LYING About Her Socialist Past

    The BFD Video: Boris Johnson Recites an Extract from the Iliad.

    Audience in Melbourne are completely surprised by this incredible performance when Boris Johnson breaks into Homeric Greek.This video is a clip from the ABC show Big Ideas where Boris recites an extract from the Greek Poem "The Iliad". Hilarious and apparently impromptu. If you...

    The BFD Video: How Boris & Dominic Cummings Defeat The Establishment

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    ‘Commonsense Socialist Policies’ : Best Oxymoron of 2020?

    Labour, still refusing to face reality after their election drubbing in the UK, are continuing to remain utterly deluded. There are none more deluded than leadership aspirant Rebecca Long-Bailey. She has declared that she will stick with the socialist policies that were soundly...

    More Lessons From the UK Election. Is National Listening?

    Peter Mandelson, one of the architects behind UK Labour's landslide victory in 1997, echoes what I recently said and many other pundits have said about the UK Election. That you can't win with a shit-house leader. https://youtu.be/I3grOfZ7518

    Draining the UK’s Swamp: Could National try something similar?

    Britain's political Svengali, Dominic Cummings, has big plans to drain the UK's swamp. The Telegraph outlines precisely which plugs are going to get pulled in the most audacious restructure of the civil service in decades: Public sector reform will be...

    New Year Promises to Be a Great One For Political Tragics

    2020 has arrived and it promises to be one of intense interest, at least for us political tragics. There is our own election, the American election and the ongoing saga of Brexit. No doubt tragics of a different sort will keep banging on about climate...

    Understanding the UK Election Result & How it Applies Here

    I've spent the Christmas/New Year period listening to podcasts and looking to see some parallels between the recent UK election and New Zealand politics. The video posted above is a great example of where Labour went wrong. Basically Labour didn't...

    Monty & Margaret Backing Boris on Brexit

    Now that Boris Johnson has won a resounding victory in this month’s election, allowing him to pass his Bill which ensures the UK leaves the EU at the end of January, it is interesting to read comments from the past pertinent to Britain’s proposed membership of...