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December 12, 2017 // 2 Comments

Editor’s note ~ This is the second part of a two-part series. You can read the first part here on UkipDaily. Whilst our politicians were battling to score points off each other and our Civil Service was scurrying to make up a plan, Mr. Junker and Mr. Barnier were clearly reading just Chapter [...]

Prime Minister updates House of Commons

December 11, 2017 // 7 Comments

Theresa May has given Members of Parliament an update on the negotiations between the UK and the EU. She said: With permission Mr Speaker, I would like to update the House on the negotiations for our departure from the European Union. On Friday morning the government and the European Commission [...]


December 11, 2017 // 11 Comments

The night before the EU referendum vote, a Major General from the British Army said, “This country desperately needs a clear vision of what it is going to be, and it needs strong leadership to enable it to get there.” How true those words have proven to be! The referendum divided the nation and [...]

The Anglo-European Phase One Agreement

December 11, 2017 // 12 Comments

Theresa May has sold us out, as I predicted she would. It was always a mistake to put a Remainer in charge of Brexit. It was an even worse mistake not to force out the anti-Brexit Cabinet Secretary, Sir Jeremy Heywood. The Cabinet Office ran rings about the DUP on Thursday and have forced them into [...]

LINO – Leave In Name Only or: capitulating to the EU

December 9, 2017 // 28 Comments

Twenty-four hours ago the announcement of “a breakthrough” hit our screens and online papers. I cannot remember a time when I felt more ashamed for our political ‘elite’, more angry at the way they’ve sold us out and are continuing to do so, and more disgusted at the Remainers in [...]


December 8, 2017 // 6 Comments

The UK and EU have finally agreed to move on to talks about trade. The full text of the document agreed between Theresa May and the EU’s negotiators can be read by clicking [...]

Causing Brexit Mayhem

December 7, 2017 // 5 Comments

Politicians generally don’t give much thought to managing risks associated with their policies. After all, risks are part of the downside of their policies (or ‘bright ideas’) and the territory of the opposition to be airbrushed or spun out of the narrative.  Whilst risks and their effective [...]

10 Steps To Stop Brexit: The Remainer Strategy (Part II)

December 7, 2017 // 20 Comments

[Ed: you can read Part I here] Step 5: Make Brexit guilty by association You’re going to associate Brexit with the far-right. Nothing is off the table – you don’t know this yet, but you’ll be able to blame Nigel Farage for other people’s racist violence (it’ll [...]

10 Steps To Stop Brexit: The Remainer Strategy (Part I)

December 6, 2017 // 13 Comments

Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two part series on Remainer strategy. Let’s try a thought experiment. Imagine you’re a staunch Remainer, keen to keep the United Kingdom in the European Union at any cost – and that you’re trying to work out how to respond, in the early [...]

Civil Serpents and the Affair of the Irish Border

December 6, 2017 // 10 Comments

A year ago nearly to the day I wrote about how we are governed not by our politicians but by their advisers, the “Mandarins of Whitehall” – here, if you want to refresh your memories. In the wake of the Barnier speech, I briefly touched upon this matter here. Now, after the omnishambles [...]
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