Author: Ted Jeffery

Restoring Hope

Having spent the weekend surveying social media and observing my mates’ reaction to the George Floyd protests, I felt this overwhelming urge to do the same, and post a tribute of some sort. But at the same time, I felt as though it would mean very little if I were just to retweet or re-post the corresponding links, photos, videos and even statements from activists.

Alex Salmond and the Kremlin-funded chat show

When I first heard the news that Alex Salmond was going to try his hand at becoming the next Graham Norton, I almost pissed myself with laughter. Not only does Alex lack the confidence, charisma, humour, intelligence and creativity to actually make it a success, he also doesn’t realise that RT has only offered him this format because it aids the Kremlin’s agenda.

The Importance Of Being Resolute

I suppose the great thing about these weekly posts is that I can follow my own rules and even end up breaking them at the same time.

Dealing with the facts

I sometimes feel wasted as a journalist. I worry that I’m going to end up spending my life copy and pasting press releases or commenting on the tittle-tattle of Westminster. But since working on a project to do with looking at the ‘Westminster Bubble’, I’ve decided there is to be no more of that nonsense and instead, if I can’t justify my own journalism, then I’m not interested.

Cybernats are a dark presence within the independence movement

Now, it shouldn’t matter what side of the debate you find yourself on – being persecuted for simply believing in a different vision for one’s own nation (the United Kingdom) does not warrant a tirade of abuse.

As dark as death can be, light and life are greater

In the Queen’s Easter message to the nation, Her Majesty addressed how, now more than ever, we need Easter. Making reference to the tradition of lighting candles to mark the occasion, she said: “As dark as death can be – particularly for those suffering with grief – light and life are greater.”

The Cricketing Playboy turned Prime Minister

With COVID-19 still running rife and the Labour Party announcing that Sir Keir Starmer is their new leader, the topic of Imran Khan seems like a peculiar one to blog about.

Lockdown life and exploring liberalism

Twitter would have you think that lockdown life consists of grabbing a shotgun and the last tin of baked beans. However, if I’m honest, I can’t really complain.

Johnson Government must address the homeless crisis

Homelessness is a Public Health crisis that must be treated like one, says Edward Jeffery.

Boris Johnson is a Liberal Opportunist

Ted Jeffery argues Boris will always have a liberal-Tory ideology just like his political idol, Sir Winston Churchill – another progressive Tory of his time.