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  • St. George's Day

    Happy St George's Day from all at the A.K. Chesterton Trust.

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  • Candour # 867/868

    The new issue of Candour has now been posted out to all subscribers.

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  • RHODESIA GROUP MEETING - Protect The British-European Rhodesian Community in Mugabe's Zimbabwe

    All supporters of Rhodesian Zimbabwean Rights are welcome.

    Wednesday 3rd May 2017, 7-9PM.

    Speakers: Andrew Rosindell MP and Professor Ivan Reid BA MA PhD

    House of Commons, Westminster, London SW1 OAA

    Dress code: Suit and Tie or smart casual. Please note that due to hightened security following the terrorist attack in London allow 20 minutes extra for security scanner search at the entrance to Parliament. DO NOT BRING ANY OFFENSIVE METAL OBJECTS in your pockets.

    Organised by the Rhodesia Christian Group, Zimbabwe Rhodesia Relief Fund and Monday Club.

    Tickets: £35 each cheques payable to "The Zimbabwe Rhodesia Relief Fund"

    Send ASAP to reserve your place to:

    Rhodesia Christian Group, PO Box 5307, Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire CM23 3DZ.

    We must stress that Candour/AK Chesterton Trust has absolutely no links to the groups concerned, but we are publicising the meeting for the interest of Candour magazine readers.

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  • Candour # 867/868

    The new double sized issue of Candour is now being posted out to subscribers. It is also available in our on-line bookshop.

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  • Sounding the reveille at last - Article 50 is signed.

    Forty five years ago, we published the illustration below. At the bottom were the words "Reveille Depends On Us", and at last Britons have had their say. We are now leaving the EU.

    This is our victory - ordinary Britons - not the establishment's, and we must be careful that there is no backsliding from the Conservatives.

    It is worth remembering that we are not leaving Europe, we are leaving the European Union. We do not hate Europe, we hope to trade and co-operate with them, but as an independent sovereign nation.

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  • New issue of Candour

    This was delayed a couple of weeks due to Colin Todd being unwell, but printing is now underway.

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  • Sixty Years Ago - 15th March 1957

    From Candour # 177:

    "THIS periodical, in pursuit of its declared aim, conducts an intensive research into the organisation of power in the modern world, and is never deterred from publishing the results, however displeasing their publication may be to the masters of international policy. What needs to be known above all else is that which meets with most sceptism from the uninformed—the fact that the organisation of power rarely derives from governmental initiative, but owes its inspiration to groups which deliberate and plan far from the public gaze. International affairs, despite the ballyhoo of " summit " conferences and the flitting across the earth's surface of self-important Ministers, are at their fount and origin the affairs of a small body of instigators whose true motives are not proclaimed. In other words, our fate for all practical purposes is in the hands of a secret society..."

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  • New issue of Candour coming soon...

    A double sized issue of Candour (nos. 867/868) will be out soon.

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  • Sixty years ago

    Sixty years ago today, Candour and the League of Empire Loyalists had just fought a by-election in North Lewisham. The question posed by members was "where do we go from here?" The answer "It is - forward!"

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  • 'A.K. in Rhodesia' CD is now back in stock

    In 1957, a debate took place in the largest hall in Salisbury, the capital of Rhodesia, between Mr A.K. Chesterton M.C. and the founder of the Special Air Service, Colonel David Stirling.

    The sides were divided between the League of Empire Loyalists and the Capricorn Africa Society. The arguments were heated. 500 people packed into the building. Hear for yourself how A.K. nailed the liberal nonsense of Stirling.

    Our double CD is now available again for £10.00

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