In 2008, insolvent banks persuaded the Government they were too big to be allowed to go under. Are the same institutions now trying the same trick with Net Zero – positioning themselves as 'too green to fail'?
Dr David McGrogan considers the civil war erupting in the Conservative Party between national and liberal conservatism and says the former is bound to triumph because the latter is a contradiction in terms.
Sacking Suella Braverman shows that Rishi Sunak's surrender to the hysterical Left that hates her because she is a socially conservative 'woman of colour' is complete, says Dr David McGrogan.
Should the right to protest trump the rights of those who wish to honour the fallen? Dr David McGrogan argues it should not and liberals cannot duck the issue by appealing to an absolute right to free speech.
There has never been a class of people who are freer to express their opinions than Left-leaning academics in 2023. So why do they think the Government is trying to censor them, asks Dr David McGrogan.
When violence breaks out between Israel and Palestine it becomes common to observe that progressives have a particular problem with the Jewish state, seemingly because it is Jewish. Why is that, asks Dr David McGrogan.
TV naturalist Chris Packham is threatening legal action to prevent Rishi Sunak's watering down of Net Zero. But the Climate Change Act is so vague that this is highly unlikely to succeed, says Dr David McGrogan.
'Keeping Labour out of power' is not a proposition attractive enough to win over the electorate, says Dr David McGrogan. Free market conservatives and NatCon conservatives must see what they have in common and unite.
Human rights advocates in the UN seem to have become obsessed with the cause of decriminalising and normalising the sex trade, writes Dr David McGrogan.