Category Archives: New Party

The powerful thoughts of a Scottish Tory may shed some light on the Northern Ireland problem

No Conservative needs to be reminded that the Conservative Party has a problem with Scotland. Since before the General Election, I have followed what bloggers and politicians have been saying about the causes of the problem and what to do … Continue reading

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NI Centre Right Campaign strengthened by events of the last week

Child abuse comes in many forms. Nearly all child abuse falls into one of three categories: neglect, physical harm and emotional abuse. All forms of abuse by a parent or carer involve some form of emotional abuse. Not all child … Continue reading

Posted in Conservative Party, Conservativism, DUP, General Election, Good Friday Agreement, New Party, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Northern Ireland economy, Northern Ireland politics, Orange Order, Political History, Stormont, UK Politics, Unionism, UUP | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

2010 – A Space Odeyssy

For the second time I have broken cover from my self-imposed blogging moratorium.  It is, however, something which touches and concerns the future direction of Conservativism in Northern Ireland.   On October 19th, Eamon Mallie wrote a post on Slugger O’Toole … Continue reading

Posted in Conservative Party, Ian Parsley, New Party, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Northern Ireland politics, Paula Bradshaw, Tom Elliott, UUP | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 14 Comments

Conservativism in Northern Ireland

Irwin Armstrong, Chairman of the Northern Ireland Region of the Conservative Party, has made a comment contribution to ‘About Northern Ireland Centre-Right (a static page on this blog).  I have republished his comment below with my reply. By Irwin Armstong … Continue reading

Posted in Basil McCrea, Conservative Party, Conservativism, David Cameron, General Election, Identity, Ideology, Irwin Armstrong, Nationalism, New Party, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Northern Ireland politics, Stormont, Toxicity, UK Politics, Unionism, UUP | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 15 Comments

Conservative leadership still wants link with the UUP?

I don’t know whether or not I should be feeling depressed or excited.  Certainly, if there was no prospect of a new centre-right party in the offing, it would be the former.  Yesterday, the Newsletter reported: “Co-chair of the Conservative … Continue reading

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Summary of Belfast Telegraph Articles on changing Northern Ireland politics

Last Week’s series of articles in the Belfast Telegraph made very interesting reading.  I have digested what was written and attempted to put some sort of view, on the basis of commonality between the Articles, on what might happen going … Continue reading

Posted in Belfast Telegraph, Conservative Party, Economy, Good Friday Agreement, New Party, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Northern Ireland Labour Party, Northern Ireland politics, SDLP, Sinn Fein, Stormont, Unionism, UUP | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sinn Fein’s sectarianism in Education

It is some time since I wrote a post exclusively in relation to Education in Northern Ireland.    Although nothing is ‘cast in stone,’ it is unlikely that a future Northern Ireland Centre Right party will depart from the current … Continue reading

Posted in Caitriona Ruane, Education, New Party, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Sinn Fein | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Toxic Conservative Party and David Cameron’s Bloody Sunday apology

Earlier today, I was at the High Court in Belfast representing a client.  For the purpose of this post, I will use the pseudonym Eamon as if it was his real name.  After the hearing, we paid a visit to … Continue reading

Posted in Bloody Sunday, Conservative Party, David Cameron, General Election, New Party, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Northern Ireland politics, Political History, Toxicity, Unionism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Comparing Conservative Problems in Scotland with Northern Ireland

The campaign that I have launched for an independent centre-right party in Northern Ireland is running in parallel to a campaign for a similar scenario in relation to the Scottish Conservative Party.  Each campaign has been launched in the wake of electoral … Continue reading

Posted in Conservative Party, David Cameron, General Election, Identity, Nationalism, New Party, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Northern Ireland politics, Political History, Scotland, Scottish Conservative Party, Unionism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

The only way forward to achieve normal politics in Northern Ireland

Last week, Owen Polley wrote an article in the Belfast Telegraph entitled “The Old baggage that came with the New Force must go.” In the article, he discussed options for the Conservative Party, including my proposal for a new non-designated … Continue reading

Posted in Good Friday Agreement, Nationalism, New Party, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Centre-Right, Northern Ireland politics, Unionism | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments