The move to nominate Ms Murphy has reignited accusations of antisemitism within the party, as she is currently under investigation by Equality and Human Rights Commission’s (EHRC) for her alleged role in discrimination against Jews committed by the Labour Party. … [Read more...] about Downing Street May Block Corbyn’s Nomination of Anti-Brexit, Anti-Trump Bercow for Peerage
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Aside from Northern Ireland – where the Peace Process requires the police force to hire 50 per cent of its staff from the country’s Catholic community and 50 per cent from its Protestant community, and an exemption for political party shortlists – any discrimination, quotas or favouritism due to sex, race and ethnicity among other “protected characteristics” is illegal under the 2010 Equality Act. Creative Access states that it is a “strategic initiative which complies with its obligations under the Equality Act 2010.” … [Read more...] about Whites Need Not Apply: BBC Advertises ‘Black, Asian, Or Minority’-Only Positions
This is not by far the first time President Trump has praised Boris Johnson. Immediately following the election, the President wrote “Congratulations to Boris Johnson on his great WIN!”, and said the two nations would be free to sign a “massive”, “bigger and more lucrative” trade deal than would have been possible with the European Union … [Read more...] about Trump at Davos: ‘We Look Forward to Negotiating a Tremendous New Deal With the United Kingdom’
But what this document clearly does is much more than that. It seems to me that it finds some essential features of success in America (or anywhere else, for that matter) as somehow racially problematic. And so a major school system is effectively telling principals and administrators not to expect the very best of their mainly minority students, not to reward individual effort, or mastery of written English, to instruct students that there are no binary choices between right or wrong, and to banish from their minds any notion of objective truth. The problem with objectivity, it seems, is that it “can lead to the belief that there is an ultimate truth, and that alternative viewpoints or emotions are bad. It’s even inherent in ‘the belief that there is an objective truth.’” This is not just bad education, it’s an assault on the very principles that buttress Western civilization. … [Read more...] about Good-bye, Theresa. Hello, Boris?
It was only after de Gaulle had left the scene that Britain could finally take its place at the European top table. De Gaulle’s successor, French President Georges Pompidou, was far more amenable to British membership and by 1973 Britain finally joined the group, with all of its the main political parties in favor of the move. … [Read more...] about Britain’s EU Journey: When De Gaulle said ‘non’ twice