Abolition of Britain

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  • The Abolition of Britain is the first book by conservative journalist Peter Hitchens.
  • The Abolition of Britain is a conservative polemic against the changes in the United Kingdom since the mid-1960s.
  • Hitchens has commented that it proved extremely difficult to get The Abolition of Britain published and into bookshops.
  • Peter Hitchens in his book The Abolition of Britain described him as "one of the most talented men on the party's Left".
  • The sympathetic portrayal of the situation attracted criticism from commentators such as Peter Hitchens (in his book The Abolition of Britain).
  • His criticism of The Crime of Blasphemy (which advocated the abolition of Britain's blasphemy laws "without replacement") is seen as convincing by academic Jim McGuigan.
  • Webster critiques the freedom to blaspheme, and argues against The Crime of Blasphemy (which advocated the abolition of Britain's blasphemy laws "without replacement").