Author Archives: Chris Downie

UKIP — Britain’s latest right-turn through a meandering political wilderness

With the European Parliamentary elections imminent, talk of UKIP’s chances of a major breakthrough has reached fever pitch in the mainstream media, with some lauding them as a potential saviour to the British people and their way of life. As is often the case, however, TOO readers have seen several would-be advocates of our culture […]

Scottish Secession: A Beacon of Hope in an EU Intent on Dissolving National Identity

Talk of secessions has become more frequent at TOO of late and perhaps the one which is closest to reality at present is that of Scotland’s upcoming Referendum on independence from the UK, a Union which dates from the 17th Century (when King James VI of Scotland became James I of England, thus merging the […]