There is only one party you can vote for if you
- are concerned about immigration
- believe that leaving the EU would bring immigration under control
- hate the idea of legalising gay marriage
- wish to repeal the Human Rights Act 1998
- hate how Cameron has subverted Conservative principles
American historian and political theorist Russell Kirk developed six 'canons' of conservatism, which Russello (2004) described as follows:
- a belief in a transcendent order, which Kirk described variously as based in tradition, divine revelation, or natural law;
- an affection for the 'variety and mystery' of human existence;
- a conviction that society requires orders and classes that emphasize 'natural' distinctions;
- a belief that property and freedom are closely linked;
- a faith in custom, convention, and prescription, and
- a recognition that innovation must be tied to existing traditions and customs, which entails a respect for the political value of prudence.
Kirk said that Christianity and Western Civilization are "unimaginable apart from one another", and that "all culture arises out of religion. When religious faith decays, culture must decline, though often seeming to flourish for a space after the religion which has nourished it has sunk into disbelief."