Articles by: Conservatives for Liberty

America, Defence, News

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China Lake, Calif. (Nov. 10, 2002) -- A Tactical "Tomahawk" Block IV cruise missile, conducts a controlled flight test over the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) western test range complex in southern California.  During the second such test flight, the missile successfully completed a vertical underwater launch, flew a fully guided 780-mile course, and impacted a designated target structure as planned. The Tactical Tomahawk, the next generation of Tomahawk cruise missile, adds the capability to reprogram the missile while in-flight to strike any of 15 preprogrammed alternate targets, or redirect the missile to any Global Positioning System (GPS) target coordinates. It also will be able to loiter over a target area for some hours, and with its on-board TV camera, will allow the war fighting commanders to assess battle damage of the target, and, if necessary redirect the missile to any other target. Launched from the Navy's forward-deployed ships and submarines, Tactical Tomahawk will provide a greater flexibility to the on-scene commander.  Tactical Tomahawk is scheduled to join the fleet in 2004.  U.S. Navy photo.  (RELEASED)

Poll: Was Trump right to order missile strikes against Syria?

This morning we woke up to the news that President Trump had ordered missile strikes against a Syrian air base in retaliation for Syrian use of chemical weapons. One of the biggest areas of disagreement between libertarians is defence, and the CfL team is no different. Here chairman Emily Barley […]

by × April 7, 2017 ×

Economy

A Conservative Budget? More tax, more spending and more debt

A Conservative Budget? More tax, more spending and more debt

When is a Conservative not a Conservative? When they clobber entrepreneurs, increase taxes & spending, and add to the national debt.   The press was briefed pre-budget that we were in for a dull affair, and Philip Hammond duly delivered. There was no radicalism, no imagination and – bizarrely – […]

by × March 9, 2017 ×

Events

Pint & Patter with Matt Ridley: March 21st 18:30

Pint & Patter with Matt Ridley: March 21st 18:30

Join CfL and Matt Ridley, the 5th Viscount Ridley, for our next Pint & Patter on March 21st. Matt Ridley is a businessman, journalist, author and member of the House of Lords. Though much of his writing is on science, Lord Ridley is best known to CfL as a leading […]

by × March 7, 2017 ×

Liberty

Brexit means leaving the European Arrest Warrant

Brexit means leaving the European Arrest Warrant

Join Conservatives for Liberty and special guest speakers Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Steven Woolfe MEP, Professor Tim Evans and Alexander Adamescu tonight as we ask the government to withdraw from the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) as part of its Brexit negotiations, and make interim arrangements to protect people living in the UK […]

by × February 27, 2017 ×

Research

Online Pornography – A moral panic

Online Pornography – A moral panic

The Digital Economy Bill spans a number of issues, not all of them strictly related other than that they all, to varying extents, are to do with `digital’ matters. It represents a bold attempt by Government to bring legislation up to date with the rapidly changing cyber landscape, but as […]

by × February 22, 2017 ×

Conservatism, Events

Pint & Patter with Artus Galiay Chairman of Les Républicains in the UK – 18:30 Tuesday 31st

Pint & Patter with Artus Galiay Chairman of Les Républicains in the UK – 18:30 Tuesday 31st

Come and join Conservatives for Liberty for our January Pint & Patter with Artus Galiay, Chairman of Les Républicains in the United Kingdom. Follow him on Twitter here. Artus will be speaking to us about the upcoming French Presidential elections, and the impact this may have on both France and […]

by × January 30, 2017 ×

Events

Exclusive discount for CfL members for the Conservative Progress Conference

Exclusive discount for CfL members for the Conservative Progress Conference

​ CFL members have been offered an exclusive discount to the upcoming Conservative Progress conference on the future of our country after Brexit. ‘Believe in Britain: A Positive Post-Brexit Vision’ brings together leaders of politics and business to present an ambitious, forward-looking vision for the future of our country.   Featuring […]

by × January 30, 2017 ×

News

Dan Adamescu

Dan Adamescu dies in a Romanian prison. His son fears the same fate if he is extradited from the UK

Our readers and supporters will know that we are campaigning on for justice for Alexander Adamescu who is subject to a European Arrest Warrant from Romania which we believe to be politically motivated. You can read our overview of the case here. He faces arrest on the same charges for […]

by × January 26, 2017 ×

News

In defence of our way of life, we will carry on

In defence of our way of life, we will carry on

As Europe goes to bed tonight we do so in the knowledge that, once again, we have been visited by the scourge of terrorism. Earlier today the Russian Ambassador to Turkey was gunned down in Ankara and tonight, as Berliners laughed and sipped their mulled wine in anticipation of the […]

by × December 19, 2016 ×

Liberty

See the list of government agencies that can access your browsing history #IPBill

See the list of government agencies that can access your browsing history #IPBill

The Investigatory Powers Bill forces internet providers to keep a full list of internet connection records (ICRs) for a year and to make them available to the Government if asked. Those ICRs in effect serve as a full list of every website that people have visited. Goodbye privacy! There is […]

by × November 29, 2016 ×

Events, Liberty

Christmas Pint & Patter with Steve Baker MP

Christmas Pint & Patter with Steve Baker MP

We’re bringing in the festive season here at Conservatives for Liberty with our final Pint & Patter of 2016 in the upstairs dining room of the Red Lion pub, Westminster – come join us! With the Establishment receiving another shock after the election of Donald Trump as President of the […]

by × November 28, 2016 ×

Economic, Economy

The Autumn Statement: A missed opportunity to bolster Brexit Britain

The Autumn Statement: A missed opportunity to bolster Brexit Britain

The Autumn Statement contained some positive elements. It was pleasing to hear that the employment rate is at an all-time peak of 74.5% and that unemployment is at an 11-year low. We were happy to see the back of the “rabbit in the hat” political manoeuvres that Osborne was so […]

by × November 25, 2016 ×