Tag: James Delingpole

Daze Of Our Lives: Dave, Drugs And Me At Oxford

It’s a beautiful sunny afternoon in the summer of 1985 and three undergraduates are sitting cross-legged in an oak-panelled room high above one of Oxford’s grandest college quads stoned out of their brains on marijuana. Two of us, both called James, are

Watch: James Delingpole Takes On ‘Fattism’ On The BBC

Breitbart London’s Executive Editor, James Delingpole, has appeared on the BBC Daily Politics to attack moves to award fat people minority status. He said that he hoped fat people would be “stigmatised” rather than government stepping in. Delingpole claimed some of

The Greens Are Fast Becoming the ‘UKIP of the Left’

The Greens Are Fast Becoming the ‘UKIP of the Left’

An insurgent party confounding its critics and rising inexorably in the polls. An established party finding its core vote disillusioned and flirting with a more hardline, principled alternative. A renegade, sometimes controversial leader whose ideas are seen by many as

Conservative MP Restates Desire for Tory-UKIP Pact

Conservative MP Restates Desire for Tory-UKIP Pact

Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has once more called for a pact between the Conservative Party and UKIP. Speaking at a meeting of the Eurosceptic Bruges Group on the fringe of the Conservative Party Conference, the MP for North East Somerset

Breitbart London to Push Back Against 'Socialist Steps' Taken in UK

Breitbart London to Push Back Against 'Socialist Steps' Taken in UK

After Breitbart News launched Breitbart London and Breitbart Texas on Sunday, Breitbart London’s Managing Editor Raheem Kassam declared that Breitbart News will begin to fill an underserved market for those in the UK who are thirsting for great conservative journalism.  “We have

Andrew Breitbart's War Comes to Britain

Andrew Breitbart's War Comes to Britain

In the Spectator recently, my old friend Toby Young described a dilemma which all those of us right-wing persuasion must face up to in the end: should you soften your position in order to find some common ground with people

Get Ready for Climategate II…?

From James Delingpole in the Telegraph: Breaking news: two years after the Climategate, a further batch of emails has been leaked onto the internet by a person – or persons – unknown. And as before, they show the “scientists” at

Monthly Music Roundup: A Look Back at May 2011

We’ve already taken a look at the content of this month’s big bestseller, but digital sales of Lady Gaga’s Born this Way have illuminated an important caveat about new music distribution technologies. In an attempt to harness demand for Lady

'Love, Actually' Director a 'Green Supremacist'?

The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto: What kind of people blow up children? White supremacists, for one example. On the morning of Sept. 15, 1963, members of a Ku Klux Klan “splinter group” set off dynamite under the Sixteenth Street