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SOS – Save Our Services. Part Two

November 17, 2017 // 13 Comments

[Ed: this is Part Two of the transcript of the speech given by Henry Bolton at the launch of UKIP’s Campaign ‘Save our Services’. Part One, touching on PESCO and Border security, was published here in UKIP Daily yesterday.] The EU’s ‘Permanent Security Cooperation’ (PESCO) The EU [...]

SOS – Save Our Services. Part One

November 16, 2017 // 14 Comments

[Ed: this is Part One of the transcript of the speech given by Henry Bolton at the launch of UKIP’s Campaign ‘Save our Services’. Part Two, touching on PESCO and Border security, will be published here tomorrow.] Homeless Veterans Fact:  Charities estimate that there are some [...]

“Settled Status Scheme” – New Government Document

November 9, 2017 // 8 Comments

More details have emerged about the Government’s plans to offer EU citizens and their family members reassurance by setting out further details of how its new settled status scheme will operate. Those applying to stay in the UK after we leave the EU will not have their applications refused on [...]

David Davis updates the House of Commons on Brexit progress

October 18, 2017 // 4 Comments

Brexit secretary David Davis has updated members of the House of Commons on the latest round of talks with negotiators at the EU.   “I will now update the house on the fifth round of negotiations with the EU. In view of the fact that the October European Council is this week, I will also [...]

David Davis’ comments after the fifth round of negotiations

October 13, 2017 // 1 Comment

Following the fifth round of Brexit negotiations, David Davis said: At the last round of talks we spoke of a new dynamic and Michel has referred to that. Our negotiating teams have continued to work constructively together in a professional and determined manner this week, and they have developed [...]

Latest Government Positioning Paper: Science

September 9, 2017 // 2 Comments

The government has laid out how post-Brexit collaboration could happen in the sciences between the UK and the EU. The Government’s paper on science and innovation lays out a range of mechanisms and areas for future collaboration that the UK will seek to discuss with the EU as part of the [...]

Prime Minister speaks

June 26, 2017 // 11 Comments

This afternoon the Prime Minister Theresa May made a statement to the House of Commons following last week’s initial talks with the European Council on how Brexit can be achieved.  It is reproduced here in full. With permission, Mr Speaker, I would like to make a statement on last week’s [...]

A Book Review: Revolting!

March 7, 2017 // 5 Comments

Revolting! By Mick Hume ISBN 978-0-00-822082-2 published in 2017 by William Collins (HarperCollins) – 222 pages plus notes. A small yellow book, I saw it in a local bookshop recently and, intrigued by the title, I bought it. The title, evocative of “the peasants are ..”, sets the scene, and [...]

Another Remain myth busted:

May 29, 2016 // 0 Comments

Amber Rudd, energy and climate change secretary, gave a speech on the benefits of remaining a member of the European Union saying: “The global deal in Paris is in the UK’s interests and frankly we wouldn’t have got it without being part of the EU.” She also warned that UK energy bills would [...]

The Sun’s Poll on Muslim Attitudes causes a Stir

November 23, 2015 // 4 Comments

  On 20th November, Survation carried out a poll for The Sun on Muslim attitudes, asking for their views on a number of questions. “The Sun” has splashed on its Page 1 today with these headlines: Of course, the left-wing media sphere is all a-Twitter with it, claiming this to be a [...]
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