Extinction Rebellion’s (XR) latest escapade in blocking Rupert Murdoch owned print sites, responsible for the distribution of major newspapers including The Sun, The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, and The London Evening Standard, is yet another example that illustrates how counterproductive the movement is. Climate change…

We no longer have a choice. Either we become more eco-friendly, or pay the price. This is especially true when it comes to some of the environmental policies currently in effect, for example the 5p carrier bag charge in shops. As initially controversial laws like…

I don’t believe that governments can successfully replace or provide more positive economic outcomes and freedoms than private enterprise. In short, I’m an advocate of free market economic policies. I’m aware some examples can counter this view, but broadly I believe that the public sector…

Biden won the nomination partly on the perception he would restore normality. But, if he wants to succeed as president, he will have to be a norm-busting Democrat. Despite a slight dip in the polls, Joe Biden – after formally accepting the Democratic Party’s nomination…

Bombshells were dropped, tea was spilt and secrets were revealed — the final report on Russia’s involvement in the 2016 and 2020 US elections by the Senate Intelligence Committee contained a lot of damning information. It also confirmed, once and for all, that Russia’s meddling…

The Democratic National Convention has just finished this week with speeches delivered by various establishment democrats and previous presidents announcing their full support for Biden and highlighting the danger America faces with Donald Trump in charge. It was also a chance to see the Democratic…

It almost seems trendy to dislike the BBC nowadays. At times, I feel as though I am the only one left in the country who still loves it and believes that society in the UK would be worse off without them informing, educating and entertaining…