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October 16, 2017 // 6 Comments

This is a follow-up to my previous article about the crisis in Catalonia. I originally wrote what follows below to answer the last comment to the above article by reader ‘Liberas’, who said that the Scottish referendum was legal and agreed by the UK government, unlike the Catalan [...]

The Great British Back-Off

October 9, 2017 // 0 Comments

Ed: This article was first published on Gerald Gravett’s blog “The World According to Gerald” and is reproduced below with the author’s permission. Gerald prefaces his blog thus: As a UKIP member, I am inspired by the Duke of Wellington’s comment before Waterloo: ‘I have [...]

Sunday papers – 24 September 2017

September 24, 2017 // 35 Comments

UKIP The Times claims Nigel is about to launch a new party. Nigel Farage is poised to launch a new party if the anti-Muslim activist Anne Marie Waters becomes Ukip’s new leader this week. The MEP could create the new movement within days of the result of Ukip’s latest leadership ballot being [...]

Sunday papers – 13 August 2017

August 13, 2017 // 10 Comments

Brexit Deep into the ‘silly season’, news is getting scarce. The biggest Brexit story is a joint statement by the Chancellor and the International Trade Secretary. The Telegraph reports: Britain will not stay in the European Union by the “backdoor” and will completely leave the [...]

Wednesday papers – 9 August 2017

August 9, 2017 // 3 Comments

Brexit Westmonster Wages are rising at the fastest rate for 20 months following the UK’s historic Brexit vote, apparently thanks to a combination of some EU nationals returning home and a fall in the number of job applicants. New figures from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation [...]

News review – Tuesday 8 August 2017

August 8, 2017 // 6 Comments

Brexit Telegraph British judges will be able to block extradition requests by EU nations after Brexit under Government plans to avoid a rebellion by eurosceptic Tory back-benchers. David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, has said that the Supreme Court will act as the final body of appeal for British [...]

Why let her get away with it?

May 7, 2017 // 14 Comments

Mrs May said, when Home Secretary, in June 2012, in reply to a Parliamentary Question from D. Raab MP, that… of course … she would be willing to invite special intervention units from our EU allies onto British soil … if needed This means the lethally armed, paramilitary, European [...]

A Narrow Escape – Part III

April 19, 2017 // 4 Comments

In the event last year’s referendum gave a narrow majority to the Leave vote. This caused howls of protest and outrage from the Remain side. It is easy to imagine that if the Remain side had won, there would have been whoops of triumph and joy from the Cleggs of this life. A Remain victory would [...]

The Law of the Land and Alien Law

March 23, 2017 // 4 Comments

[Ed: The following summary is reproduced, with kind permission, from the CIB website.] On March 15th, the Campaign for an Independent Britain organised a meeting in the House of Lords to discuss the issue of alien legal systems in the UK. We would like to thank Lord Pearson of Rannoch for [...]
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