Author Archives: Kevin Algar
Since 1215, the people of England have had Magna Carta. This was enhanced in the 1640s and by the (English) Bill of Rights and (Scottish) Claim of Right in 1689. Valuable as membership of the European Court of Human Rights … Continue reading
The Junior partners of the Regressive Alliance of Labour, the BBC and the Liberal Democrats, have got themselves in a bit of bother with the senior partners of the Regressive Alliance, the Labour Party and the BBC. They tweeted a … Continue reading
There are calles for Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Wes Streeting to resign after some very offencsive tweets. Naturally Starmer is doing nothing. Naturally the BBC are silent on this matter also.
Happy Saint Etheldreda’s Day. Saint Etheldreda (Audrey) Born in Exning, Suffolk, founder and Abbess of Ely, miracle worker She was the most popular female saint in Anglo/Saxon times and many churches were dedicated to her including originally, Melton Old Church. … Continue reading
County Councillor’s Rout, Hicks, Cenci, Murray, West, Bridgeman and others are on the Ipswich Cornhill today until 1:00 PM. Please stop by and let them know what matters to you!
I think I’ve said enough about the CofE Bishops for a bit but I have an interesting story to tell. There was this group of shepherds who were given charge of a flock. But they weren’t good at their job. … Continue reading
Yes for sure that squatter of Saint Augustine’s chair opposes Christ. This is becuase he’s made another party political broadcast on Twitter. It is most interesting what the Bishop of our Souls says about sending people to other countries. Then … Continue reading
Labour the Den of Robbers Labour loves spending other people’s money In fact, they’re qute prepared to break the law to take it. For intance, in Luton a Labour councillor has been given an eight-month suspended sentence after being prosecuted … Continue reading
“They died that others may live in freedom and justice.” Today, on the 40th anniversary of the end of the Falklands Conflict, we remember the 255 members of service personnel who died to protect the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands. … Continue reading