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“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 [...]

Letters to the Editor – Saturday 22nd July 2017

July 22, 2017 // 11 Comments

Today’s collection of letters starts with a letter we received from our reader and correspondent Cllr Brian Silvester who asks a rather inconvenient question regarding the current Brexit negotiations: Sir, Most non-EU nationals in the UK are not allowed access to “public funds” from [...]

News review – Friday 23 June 2017

June 23, 2017 // 4 Comments

Brexit Westmonster It was a year ago today that Nigel Farage dared to dream and the British people voted for an independent United Kingdom. Defying the odds and defeating the establishment, June 23rd 2016 saw the country rise up and vote for Britain to take back control of borders, money and laws. [...]

The Time-Bomb Sitting Under Brexit

May 22, 2017 // 11 Comments

On Thursday 11th May, I attended a joint-hearing of three Committees in Brussels.  The Civil Liberties Justice and Home Affairs, Petitions and Employment and Social Affairs, Committees. I spend over three hours listening to various assorted Europhiles, Remainers, Remoaners, and Quislings, [...]

OPEN LETTER: EU Immigration Injustice!

May 4, 2017 // 16 Comments

To whomever will hear my plea, My name is Aaron Birt, I am a British Citizen and I’m 21 years of age. I’m studying MEng Computer Science at University College London in London where I’ve been living for the past three years. During my first year I met a girl called Emma Ricketson, and we [...]

On Theresa May’s Speech of January 17th 2017 – Part I

January 26, 2017 // 6 Comments

Theresa May’s speech of 17 January 2017 was a classic May performance, mixing statements somewhere between a boast and a threat to give the idea that the UK would be looking to its own interests first, second and last, with suggestions which undermined the ‘Britain First’ message. [...]