Frontier Centre: What Holds Back the Populists of Europe and Canada?
Conservatives Must Reclaim the Narrative on Extremism
This is an article originally published by Frontier Centre for Public Policy, by Jack Buckby. The failure of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) to win a single seat was, to me, the most surprising revelation of the last federal election. The writing was on the wall for Trudeau, and the Conservatives were going to […]
How to Defeat the Far Right
When Joe Biden announced his presidency by implying that President Trump was supportive of far-right extremism, it perfectly demonstrated the problem we face as conservatives. The narrative on extremism is owned by the left, and our defence on the issue is weak. The Democratic Party and its increasingly far-left fringe of activists, thinkers and representatives […]
NEW BOOK: Architects of Betrayal, Released!
Everyone makes stupid mistakes when they’re a teenager. It just so happens that mine was posing for a photograph with Nick Griffin, leader of the BNP. I should clarify: this wasn’t some poorly-judged ‘celebrity’ snap. At the time of the picture, I was a fully paid-up member of the BNP. As an 18-year-old, […]
“Jack Buckby Report” Launches on Poland Daily!
I’m so glad to announce that my brand new book, Architects of Betrayal, is now available to purchase on Amazon. Since summer 2018, I’ve been documenting the every day betrayals made by British politicians. I have chronicled the way our representatives have tried to thwart Brexit at every turn, and this book serves as a […]
Buckby on Brexit: The Final Month of Brexit, Explained
My new show, Jack Buckby Report, has officially launched on Poland Daily! I’m very proud to be working with such a great team in Warsaw. Poland Daily is an english-speaking news channel in Poland, offering detailed insight into Polish and European political issues. This is a network with great potential, and I hope you’ll join […]
Buckby on Brexit: Corbyn Meets EU Leaders to Propose Staying in Customs Union
We now have less than a month until we leave the European Union, and there are multiple votes in the Commons still left to go. Here’s what to expect. On the 12th March (or before), the Prime Minister will give Parliament a Meaningful Vote on her Withdrawal Agreement. Should Parliament vote in favour of her […]
Amber Rudd Lets the Con Slip
Jeremy Corbyn was in Brussels today. I’m not sure exactly who this guy thinks he is, but no matter how useless the Prime Minister might have been throughout this negotiation process, it is absolutely not the role of the leader of the opposition to be meeting EU leaders to discuss the Withdrawal Agreement. Corbyn met […]
May Heads to Brussels, Without Her Brexit Secretary
Amber Rudd has only been back in the Cabinet a matter of days, and she’s already reminding us why we didn’t like her. The new Work and Pensions Secretary undermined the Prime Minister ay, suggesting that Parliament wouldn’t allow a No Deal Brexit to happen, and that a second referendum could in fact be on […]
Trevor Phillips’ Demographic Engineering Plan for Britain
Jeremy Corbyn asked Theresa May today whether the role of Brexit Secretary had become ceremonial at this point – and I see his point. The Prime Minister went to Brussels today to continue talks with Michel Barnier and EU officials. The Prime Minister met for two hours in Brussels, where she discussed the future of […]
26th April 2016 20 years ago, Trevor Phillips, then the chair of think tank Runnymede, commissioned a report that first popularised the term ‘Islamophobia’ in Britain. For many years, Phillips would also chair the Equality and Human Rights Commission, regularly battling ‘far right’ groups that campaigned against the radical behaviour of Muslims in Britain. He’s even […]