Articles by Andrew Gibson

Andrew Gibson is an entrepreneur, and political activist in Lambeth, London

  • Ken's_britain

    Labour lost because it wasn't Left enough. Right? Wrong!

    Red Ken Livingstone represents an unending thread of Leftist (brain-dead) thinking -- not alien to the BBC and the Guardian -- which says the real reason Labour got slaughtered was because they weren't Left-wing enough. Oh dear, oh dear...

    by Andrew Gibson - 12 May 2015
  • Miliband_wave

    Ed’s cognitive dissonance

    As Special Adviser to Brown (1997-2002), an MP from 2005, a minister from 2006 and a Cabinet minister from 2007, Ed Miliband’s hand is well and truly dipped in the blood of the financial catastrophe Labour presided over. Expect a return to old ways if Labour wins on Thursday

    by Andrew Gibson -  5 May 2015
  • Sajid_javid

    Time for a bit of ideology in UK politics

    Sajid Javid’s appreciation of Ayn Rand is good news for UK politics. He is taken by the struggle between individualism and collectivism, and supports the morally superior side. One day, he'd make a great Tory leader

    by Andrew Gibson - 20 January 2015
  • Miliband_panic

    Labour starts to panic, and rightly so

    Sheer panic has gripped Labour, as their almost incomprehensibly daft electoral "strategy" suggests. Let's indeed hope that Miliband continues to be as incompetent as an electoral strategist as he was as a minister

    by Andrew Gibson - 30 November 2014
  • Owen_jones_on_a_rant

    Dissing “The Establishment”, Owen Jones style

    With his new book on "The Establishment" in mind, the tortured writing of Leftist poster-boy Owen Jones is a cocktail of misperception, ignorance and prejudice. His supporters will love it for that

    by Andrew Gibson -  4 September 2014
  • Charles_krauthammer

    Krauthammer – Pillar of Wisdom

    Charles Krauthammer's erudition and independence of mind puts almost all commentators in the mainstream British media to shame. He deserves to be more widely read in the UK

    by Andrew Gibson - 11 August 2014
  • Yasmin

    Yasmin’s Alibi Blown

    Yasmin Alibhai-Brown made a big thing about a Tory MP making an inappropriate tweet about "punching her in the throat". Less well known is that last month she wanted to bang a "post-femminist"'s head against a wall. Oh, dear. What a fake

    by Andrew Gibson - 24 June 2014
  • 153559867

    The benefits of wealth inequality

    Those on the Left tell us time and again that wealth inequality must be addressed. The fact is, wealth inequality works and we need it

    by Andrew Gibson - 28 May 2014
  • Astrazeneca

    AstraZeneca: UK establishment to rob pensioners?

    There's a gang, comprising the Labour leadership and assorted other protectionists, which is placing the forces of the political market before Britain’s long-term national interest

    by Andrew Gibson - 14 May 2014
  • Ed_miliband_latest

    Miliband: A million pound baby

    Asset millionaire Miliband poses as a Bash Street Kid who is going to sock it to the “toffs”. But it is Miliband who is the toff and it is the strivers that he will hammer

    by Andrew Gibson - 20 March 2014
  • Ticket_touts

    Touts are just the ticket

    Ticket touts perform a fantastic service. They help everyone get what they want. Trust the dinosaurs of the Left to want to hammer working class initiative

    by Andrew Gibson - 10 March 2014
  • Lambeth_council

    Lambeth Labour against diversity, educational success

    The London Borough of Lambeth, Mother Ship for municipal loony tunes, serves to remind us of the left’s malign and philistine core

    by Andrew Gibson -  3 March 2014
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    I’ve evicted Jeremy Paxman

    Free from the BBC licence fee, I no longer fund the Left. I wouldn’t give a hundred pounds a year to the Labour Party, so why hand over hard cash to the broadcasting wing of the Labour Movement?

    by Andrew Gibson - 13 February 2014
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    Sir Alex Ferguson – Arch capitalist

    Sir Alex Ferguson is famously a staunch supporter of the Labour Party. But judge a man by his deeds, not his words alone

    by Andrew Gibson - 11 May 2013
  • Oj

    Owen Jones vs. Owen Jones

    Jones accuses others of making political points over the Derby tragedy, but his own response reflects his political views: When a financier errs, it is partly capitalism’s fault; when a professional welfarist errs, he is simply a wrong ‘un

    by Andrew Gibson -  5 April 2013