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News review – Friday 12 January 2018

January 12, 2018 // 2 Comments

Brexit Times Downing Street has disputed a suggestion by Philip Hammond that the UK could keep paying into the EU budget after Brexit in exchange for British banks getting privileged access to European markets. The Times revealed yesterday that government figures in EU capitals were examining ways [...]

Saturday papers – 23 September 2017

September 23, 2017 // 6 Comments

Farage We’ll start with comments by our former leader on yesterday’s speech by the Prime Minister. Breitbart reports: Brexit leader Nigel Farage has blasted Theresa May’s Florence speech as a betrayal, after the Prime Minister said she’d be keeping Britain in the EU until 2021 through a [...]


September 23, 2017 // 113 Comments

That’s what Nigel called it yesterday, reacting to Theresa May’s speech in Florence, and that’s what it is. Just reflect on M Barnier’s comment that this is a good first step to further negotiations: that’s how deep the betrayal is. The anger on social media last evening was palpable. I [...]

News review – Tuesday 25 April 2017

April 25, 2017 // 15 Comments

UKIP manifesto UKIP UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall, Deputy Leader Peter Whittle, Education Spokesman David Kurten and Women’s and Equality Spokesman Margot Parker today launched the broad UKIP integration agenda. UKIP Deputy Leader and Culture Spokesman Peter Whittle has renewed calls for a total [...]

News review – Wednesday 19 April 2017

April 19, 2017 // 4 Comments

General Election Times Theresa May is on course to win a majority of more than 100 in a June snap election, with Labour’s pro-Brexit voters deserting Jeremy Corbyn, according to polling data for The Times. The prime minister ripped up her promise not to hold an election before 2020 yesterday. In [...]

News review – Friday 24 March 2017

March 24, 2017 // 12 Comments

Terror attacks Mail ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Westminster attack which left four dead and dozens injured. The terror group said a ‘soldier of the Islamic State’ carried out the atrocity in which British-born Khalid Masood ploughed a car through crowds near Parliament [...]

News review – Thursday 16 March 2017

March 16, 2017 // 16 Comments

Electoral fraud Independent The Electoral Commission has fined the Conservative Party £70,000 over “significant” election campaign expenses issues. Their investigation found the party’s 2015 General Election spending return was missing payments worth at least £104,765. [...]

News review – Wednesday 15 March 2017

March 15, 2017 // 10 Comments

UKIP Express EUROSCEPTIC businessman Arron Banks is to concentrate on building a new anti-Brussels splinter group after his Ukip membership lapsed. The insurance tycoon, who gave around £1million to Ukip in the run up to the last general election, plans to launch a new anti-establishment political [...]

Sunday papers – 5 March 2017

March 5, 2017 // 21 Comments

Brexit Our party leader Paul Nuttall has resurfaced after standing unsuccessfully in Stoke. The Express reports his words. PAUL NUTTALL vowed to be the “guard dog of Brexit” as he delivered his first major speech since his Stoke by-election defeat earlier this month. The Ukip leader admitted [...]

Saturday papers – 4 March 2017

March 4, 2017 // 8 Comments

Brexit Today’s big story is a decision by a House of Lords committee that the UK will not have to pay ‘alimony’ for its divorce from the UK. The Telegraph reports: Britain is not under any legal obligation to pay cash to the European Union after Brexit, a cross party committee of peers has [...]
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