Author: Josh White

‘Singapore on the Thames.’ Unless you’ve been under a rock, such fantasies of UK 2.0 have been a constant throughout Brexit. (More…)

The Battleground was launched in January 2019 in response to the rise of populism around the world and the failure of traditional media to account for this paradigm shift. (More…)

Standing on the white cliffs of Dover on a good day, you can look across the English Channel and just about see the French coast. (More…)

Anti-lockdown marches in London have brought together very confused people into direct contact with anti-vaxxers and far-right activists. (More…)

Dread has been the new normal since the 2019 election. The hopes of a generation were dashed in one night. Worse still, the lowest forces in politics came out on top. 12 December was a blowout for Britain’s far-right. (More…)

The British have a terrible habit of leaving entire countries in tatters. (More…)

Britain’s relationship with Israel has never been simple. Yet it’s come to resemble the special relationship with the United States. It wasn’t always this way. (More…)

British capitalism found a great friend in the Russian oligarchy. (More…)

Open borders and liberal technocrats. It couldn’t be any more of a caricature than that. Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock the last decade, that’s the EU to its Fleet Street critics and their MAGA mates in the United States. (More…)