Brendan O’Neill, editor of Spiked Magaizne, speaks to Brian Graham for Conatus News about the origins of Spiked, Brexit, Marxism, perceptions of Russia in the West and more.…
Nick Clegg’s book ‘How To Stop Brexit’ is daring and witty. Will it change people’s minds and propose how to make Britain great again?
I have always said that kicking down the EU door was not the answer to the UK’s dream. Theresa May’s speech in Florence has done nothing to change my mind.
With lesser prospects for employment in the UK, and lack of stability, international students’ preference for UK Universities is likely to severely drop.
Juncker’s idea of European federalism is a pipe dream increasingly distant from the reality of the average British or European citizen.
From the 1970s, neither Labour nor the Conservative Party have offered truly alternative socio-economic models -new promises are merely repackaging old ones
UK and EU citizen rights are now being negotiated in the new Brexit plot twist: will they be enhanced and expanded or reduced?
Patriotism is not without merit, however, it can easily take a senseless and immoral turn, and it is about sticking up for yourself, and not a country.