Category Archives: English Liberty

Theresa May: The Mummy Dissolves? (2017), by Sean Gabb

The General Election: Authoritarian Hag v Fenian Scumbag (2017), by Sean Gabb

The Council House Smoking Ban (2017), by Sean Gabb

A Few Words on the General Election (2017), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher: A Conservative View (September 2016), by Sean Gabb

English, and Therefore Sedate, but a Revolution All the Same (2016), by Sean Gabb

After the Referendum: Sorting through the Rubble (2016), by Sean Gabb

The British Local Elections: Yawning over the Results (2016), by Sean Gabb

Libertarian Failure: The Paradigm that Never Shifts (2016), by Sean Gabb

Be of Reasonable Cheer (2016), by Sean Gabb

Judicial Discretion and the Managerial State (2016), by Sean Gabb

ID Cards: Solving a Problem that Dare not Speak its Name (2015), by Sean Gabb

The Perils of State Surveillance (2015), by Sean Gabb – Video File

The Paris Atrocities: The Most Probable and Bankrupt Response of Our Own Government (2015), by Sean Gabb

The Perils of State Surveillance (2015), by Sean Gabb

Anjem Choudary and the Glorification of Terror (2015), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher, the Miners’ Strike, and the Triumph of Middle Class Leftism (2015), by Sean Gabb

UKIP und der „Gay Pride March 2015“

UKIP and the Gay Pride March (2015), by Sean Gabb

The EU Referendum: Wake Me after the Defeat (2015), by Sean Gabb

The Evil Party or the Stupid Party? (2015), by Sean Gabb

“Albion Awake” Reviewed by Sean Gabb (2015)

Robert Stark interviews Sean Gabb (2015)

Hot Air and the Paris Atrocities (2015), by Sean Gabb

Sean Gabb on “The European Right (2014)

The Scottish Referendum: A Win for England (2014), by Sean Gabb

Thoughts on Scottish Independence (2014), by Sean Gabb

National Sovereignty or EU Membership: Which is the Least Bad Option? (2014), by Sean Gabb

Plain Words about “Islamist Extremism” (2014), by Sean Gabb

UKIP and the European Elections: The Earthquake (2014), by Sean Gabb

Hate Crime at the Beeb (2014), by Sean Gabb

Nigel Farage and UKIP: A Step in the Right Direction (2014), by Sean Gabb

Fatalne dziedzictwo Margaret Thatcher (2013), by Sean Gabb

A Case for the Landed Aristocracy (2014), by Sean Gabb

Review of Keith Preston’s “Attack the System” (2014), by Sean Gabb

“We are All Guilty: The Need for a Positive Conservative Vision.” Speech to the Swinton Circle (2014), by Sean Gabb

Let Us Leave the EU – but not yet! Europe and the New British Constitution (2013), by Sean Gabb

Should the Poor be Blocked from Buying “Super-Strong” Alcohol? (2013), by Sean Gabb

Traditionalism and Free Trade: An Exercise in Libertarian Outreach (2013), by Sean Gabb

Politische Philosophie: Warum Konservative libertär sein müssen (2013), by Sean Gabb

Britain and the Reversion to Ancestral Ways (2013), by Sean Gabb

Nation of Sheep: Understanding England and the English (2013), by Sean Gabb

El Legado de Margaret Thatcher (2013), by Sean Gabb

Margaret Thatcher: Geburtshelferin eines neuen Totalitarismus (2013), by Sean Gabb

The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher (2013), Sean Gabb in The Independent

The European Union and the New British Constitution (2013), by Sean Gabb

In Defence of English Civilisation (2012), by Sean Gabb

Should British Citizens ever be Extradited? (4) (2012), Sean Gabb

Should British Citizens ever be Extradited? (3) (2012), Sean Gabb

Should British Citizens ever be Extradited? (2) (2012), Sean Gabb

Should British Citizens ever be Extradited? (2012), Sean Gabb

Libertarianism: Left or Right? (2012), Sean Gabb

Should the State Control What Clothes Children Wear? (2012), by Sean Gabb (2)

Should We Celebrate the Jubilee? (2012), by Sean Gabb

Elizabeth II: Sixty Years a Rubber Stamp, 29th May 2012, by Sean Gabb

Another New Surveillance Law: One More Step towards the Big Brother State (2012), by Sean Gabb

Attack the System: Interview with Sean Gabb (2012)

Libertarianism: Left or Right? 2nd December 2011, Sean Gabb

Real Punishments for Real Crimes, by Sean Gabb, Published in The Yorkshire Post, 2nd September 2011

The Vilification of Enoch Powell (2011), by Sean Gabb

The Case Against the American War of Independence (2011), by Sean Gabb

Trial by Jury – More Important than “Equality” (2011), by Sean Gabb

John Stuart Mill, The BNP, And The U.K.’s Dying Democracy (2011), by Sean Gabb

A Draft Bill of Attainder against Tony Blair (2011), by Sean Gabb

FLC199, Yasmin Alibhai-Brown and Humour: No Laughing Matter, Sean Gabb, 11th November 2010

Libertarianism: Left or Right? (2010), by Sean Gabb

News From England: The New Ruling Class And Taxpayer Funded Brainwashing In “Sindia-Lesbianopolis” (2010), by Sean Gabb

FLC197, David Miliband and the Labour Party: A Suicide Pact Made in Heaven? Sean Gabb, 30th September 2010

FLC194, Reflections on Factual and Counterfactual History: A Speech to the 2010 Conference of the Property and Freedom Society, Sean Gabb, 15th June 2010

FLC192, “Wait for Us to Fail, Then Vote BNP!” The Conservative Hidden Agenda? Sean Gabb, 28th April 2010

The Old Order Changes, Yielding Place to New (2010), by Sean Gabb

It Happened There (3): Court Cripples British National Party For Being Too, Well, British (2010), by Sean Gabb

FLC190, The 2010 General Election: Advice on How to Vote, Sean Gabb, 23rd February 2010

Смотрите как это происходит: превращение Британии в полицейское государство (2009), by Sean Gabb

It’s Happening There: Britain’s Emerging Police State (2010), by Sean Gabb

Libertarianism: Left or Right? (2009), by Sean Gabb

The British State vs. The BNP—The Post-Modern Tyranny of “Human Rights”

FLC185, The National Health Service: A Libertarian Perspective, Sean Gabb, 18th August 2009

England: The Peasants are Revolting (2009), by Sean Gabb

FLC181, Text of a Speech Given to Conservative Future, Sean Gabb, 16th February 2009

FLC180, On Golliwogs, One-Eyed Scottish Idiots, and Sending Poo Through the Post, Sean Gabb, 8th February 2009

What is the worst feature of this year’s Speech from the Throne? (2009), by Sean Gabb

Should Members of the BNP be banned from bring teachers and policemen? (2008), by Sean Gabb

FLC176, Barack Obama and America’s 1997: Welcome to the Club! Sean Gabb, 8th November 2008

Should voting be compulsory?, by Simon Hughes MP, Sean Gabb

FLC172, David Davis: Why Libertarian Alliance Support? Sean Gabb, 15th June 2008

FLC169, A Day with UKIP, Sean Gabb, 10th March 2008

FLC168, Are the non-Domiciled Rich and the City Good for England? Sean Gabb, 19th February 2008

Freedom of Speech (2) (2007), by Sean Gabb

Freedom of Speech (1) (2007), by Sean Gabb

FLC164, On the Failure of Political Leadership, Sean Gabb, 11th September 2007

The Gary Bushell Show – Why is the country becoming a police state? (2007), by Sean Gabb

Detention without Trial (2007), by Sean Gabb

Should the British Government Complete the Abolition of Habeas Corpus? (2007), by Sean Gabb

FLC162, Tony Blair: The Traitor Departs, Sean Gabb, 27th June 2007

FLC158, Review of Danny Kruger on Fraternity, Sean Gabb, 31st March 2007

FLC157, More on the Persecution of the BNP, Sean Gabb, 3rd January 2007

FLC155, On Opposing the DNA Database, Sean Gabb, 26th October 2006

FLC153, That Sheep May Safely Graze, Sean Gabb, 26th September 2006

The Conservative Roots of English Liberty (2006), by Sean Gabb

The Inaugural Meeting of the Property and Freedom Society, Sean Gabb, 14th June 2006

The Conservative Roots of English Liberty (2006), by Sean Gabb

FLC147, Tony Blair: Let There be no Easy Way Out for Him, Sean Gabb, 6th May 2006

FLC145, Emma Chamberlain and the Astor Theatre: How Dissidents are Treated in Modern England, Sean Gabb, 14th April 2006

FLC144, Obituary of Chris Tame, Sean Gabb, 22nd March 2006

FLC143, Mark Oaten, Rent Boys and the Secret Police: A View of How England is Governed at the End of its History, Sean Gabb, 22nd January 2006

The Cultural Revolution (2005), by Sean Gabb

FLC141, On Living in a Political Vacuum, Sean Gabb, 4th October 2005

FLC140, Reflections on the Case of Subhaan Younis, Sean Gabb, 29th September 2005

FLC138, The Reform of Alcohol Licensing in England: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back, Sean Gabb, 16th August 2005

FLC137, A Return to Foaming Polemic: Putting a Case for Guns, Sean Gabb, 6th July 2005

FLC134, On Conversing with the British National Party, Sean Gabb, 7th April 2005

FLC133, Forget the Election: How We by Delaying Yet May Save the Nation, Sean Gabb, 7th April 2005

FLC132, Tax, Public Spending and Everything Else: The Sorry Truth about The Conservative Hidden Agenda, Sean Gabb, 25th March 2005

FLC131, The Jaws of the Trap Are Closing: Hunting, the Courts and the Constitution, Sean Gabb, 14th March 2005

What’s Wrong with British Conservatism? Sean Gabb, 16th February 2005

FLC129, Home Education: Do It Yourself, Do It Better, Sean Gabb, 27th November 2004

FLC128, Less is Good, Nothing is Better: How the State Can Improve British Education, Sean Gabb, 17th November 2004

Should We Blame Democracy? (2004), by Sean Gabb

FLC116, In Defence of the Right to Encourage Gross Fatness, Sean Gabb, 28th November 2003

FLC114, Thoughtcrime and The Secret Policeman: A Case Study in Discourse Theory, Sean Gabb, 2nd November 2003

Not Socialism, but Post-Socialism: The Nature of the Enemy, Sean Gabb, 13th October 2003

Free Life 42, 25th February 2003, Editorial: A Return to Democracy?, by Sean Gabb

FLC083, In Defence of the Monarchy, Sean Gabb, 9th December 2002

FLC082, God, Margaret Thatcher and the Established Church, Sean Gabb, 5th December 2002

T.B. Macaulay as Conservative Classic (2002), by Sean Gabb

FLC068, Return to Sanity? More on the Tory Recovery, 2nd July 2002

FLC067, Why the Double Jeopardy Rule Should not be Changed, 26th June 2002

FLC066, Charles Moore, The Daily Telegraph, and the “Free Country” Campaign: The Quisling Right Still Rides, 6th May 2002

Libertarian Alliance Submission on Religious Offences (2002), by Chris R. Tame and Sean Gabb

FLC063, The “Metric Martyrs” and the Constitution, 21st February 2002

FLC058, “Uniting Europe without the Union” A Conference in Prague, Sean Gabb, 11th November 2001

FLC053, Review of Macaulay’s “History of England”, 24th July 2001

FLC052, The Daily Telegraph “Free Country” Campaign: More from the Quisling Right? 9th July 2001

FLC050, Inquest on a “Lost” Election, 15th June 2001

FLC047, How to Destroy the Enemy Class: A Manifesto for the Right, 22nd January 2001

FLC041, Jack Straw, Corruption and the New World Order, 25th July 2000

FLC040, Double Jeopardy and the Conservative Party, 16th May 2000

FLC039, Reflections on the Current State of British Politics, 19th February 2000

Free Life 35, January 2000, Editorial: When a right Becomes a Duty, by Sean Gabb

The Next Hundred Years (1999), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 34, October 1999, Editorial: Days of Shame and Degradation, by Sean Gabb

FLC035, A Letter of Solicitation from the Rt Hon Michael Ancram QC MP, Chairman of the Conservatived Party, Edited with a Commentary by Sean Gabb, 24th September 1999

Free Life 33, August 1999, Editorial: Come out of Her, My People, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 32, July 1999, Editorial: The Water will Close over our Heads, by Sean Gabb

FLC028, Robert Henderson v Tony Blair: A Tale of New Britain, 20th February 1999

FLC027, Nelson’s Second Death: The Gutting of the National Maritime Museum, 26th January 1999

FLC026, Hard Labour, Worthless Tories, 31st December 1998

FLC024, Why the Hereditary Peers should Stay in the House of Lords, 25th November 1998

FLC021, How and How not to Win the War of English Independence, 10th August 1998

How English Liberalism was Created by Accident and Custom, and then Destroyed by Liberals (1998), Sean Gabb

FLC017, Another 1400 Words Against Drug Prohibition, 10th May 1998

FLC015, Why Drinking and Driving Should not be a Crime: Version 2, Sean Gabb, 30th March 1998

FLC014, Armed Men on the Streets of London, 9th March 1998

FLC013, How to Get Rid of New Labour, and Why it will Probably not be Done, 28th February 1998

FLC010, Next Week’s British Encryption Ban, 10th February 1998

FLC007, Why Drinking and Driving should not be a Crime, Sean Gabb, 12th December 1997

Free Life 27, September 1997, Editorial: Why Libertarians Should Sing God Save the Queen! by Sean Gabb

FLC002, Why Libertarians should Sing “God Save the Queen”, 7th September 1997

FLC001, Why the English Should Welcome Scottish Independence, 1st September 1997

The Decline of the British Constitution (1997), by Sean Gabb

Letter to Downing Street (April 1997), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 26, December 1996, Editorial: Enough is Enough, by Sean Gabb

First Open Letter to the Gun Owners of the United Kingdom (1996), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 25, April 1996, Editorial: A Time to be Depressed, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, Identity Cards: A Consultation Document, Response by Chris R. Tame and Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, Proceeds of Crime Act, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, “A Written Constitution for the UK”, Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Free Life 24, December 1995, Editorial: Why Defend Nipple Rings? by Sean Gabb

Review of Saturn’s Children (1995), by Sean Gabb

Identity Cards: Some Brief Objections (1995), by Sean Gabb

Treason at Maastricht (1994), Reviewed by Sean Gabb

Markets and the Police (1993), by Sean Gabb

Free Life 18, May 1993, Sean Gabb Reviews “Modern Conservatism” by David Willetts

Free Life 18, May 1993, Editorial: Could Do Better, but also Much Worse, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 17, January 1993, A Case for Determinism, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 16, April 1992, Reflections on the Case of R v Ball & Anr, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 16, April 1992, In Defence of the Devil Dog, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 16, April 1992, The Case Against Identity Cards, by Sean Gabb

Free Life 16, April 1992, Editorial: Not Better, Only not Much Worse, by Sean Gabb

The Case against Sex Censorship: A Conservative View (1991), by Sean Gabb

Henry Vane: America’s First Revolutionary (1991), by Sean Gabb

Contribution to “Voices of Liberty” (1991), by Sean Gabb

A Bill of Rights for Europe (1990), Sean Gabb

Putting the Case for Guns (1989), by Sean Gabb

Submissions to the Calcutt Committee on Press Freedom (1989), Sean Gabb

The Full Coercive Apparatus of a Police State: Thoughts on the Dark Side of the Thatcher Decade (1989), by Sean Gabb

Thomas Erskine: Saviour of English Liberty (1989), by Sean Gabb

The Right to Smoke: A Conservative View (1988), by Sean Gabb

A Christian View of Government (1988), by Sean Gabb

Gun Control in Britain (1988), by Sean Gabb