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Carswell claims the EU is ‘obsolete’.

May 24, 2016 // 0 Comments

Douglas Carswell, the Member of Parliament for Clacton, was the first elected member of the UK Independence Party, in a by-election triggered by his high-profile defection from the Conservative Party in 2014. He said, “If there was a single word I would use to explain why I think we should leave [...]

News review – Tuesday 24 May 2016

May 24, 2016 // 3 Comments

Brexit Daily Mail David Cameron’s closest friend in politics today breaks ranks to say Britain must leave the ‘arrogant and unaccountable’ EU. In a shattering blow to the Prime Minister, Steve Hilton claims the UK is ‘literally ungovernable’ as a democracy while it remains in a club that [...]

Case Study: a New Set of Tyres

May 22, 2016 // 6 Comments

I always keep an old 4 Wheel Drive for my adventures in the hills. I use an old vehicle because it takes a lot of punishment and if I write it off I can just go and get another one. This particular vehicle is over twenty years old, starts first time and has never required more than routine [...]

Open Letter to Mr Elliott, Vote Leave

May 21, 2016 // 2 Comments

Dear Mr. Elliott, First off and most importantly, I am as ‘Leave’ as you can possibly get and utterly detest the EU and the way it believes a homogenous continent is the future. But it is precisely for this reason that I am driven to write this letter to you and all at Vote Leave, over concerns [...]

The Saturday Papers – Saturday 21st May 2016

May 21, 2016 // 2 Comments

Two issues have made the headlines in today’s papers. One is the tragedy of EgyptAir Flight MS804. Without the black box, nothing is known what happened, and speculation while rescue operations are underway are a bit ghoulish. Closer at home, the one issue across the papers is house prices, [...]

Courant Times – Friday 20th May 2016

May 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

UKIP: Neil Hamilton AC/AM: Maiden speech in the Senned Common Sense: BBC: Jeremy Paxman in Brussels, who really rules us? featuring a cameo appearence from Paul Nuttall MEP  Brexit: The Hindu: Conservative party stands divided over Brexit BBC: Michael Gove: Staying in EU ‘will add up to 5 [...]

The Trouble with the European Union & Migrant Madness

May 20, 2016 // 0 Comments

As more and more poor, third-world countries are added to the EU it, as a whole, becomes poorer and more third-world. Free movement within its borders absolutely guarantees this process. To start with this process was fairly benign and did not make much difference. Indeed, as long as the original [...]

Who really governs Britain

May 19, 2016 // 1 Comment

Nearly 65% of all new  laws passed in the United Kingdom  emanate from the EU, according to a comprehensive report issued by the independent organisation Business for Britain. The vast majority of these laws enter Britain’s statute books without any scrutiny at all by MPs. Only the Commission [...]

The Establishment, Mind-Programming and the EU

May 19, 2016 // 0 Comments

The EU is a club developing into an Empire. The European Commission President Mr Barroso announced in 2007 in a press conference  lauding the new EU “reform treaty”: “We are a very special construction unique in the history of mankind,” […] “Sometimes I like to compare the EU as a [...]

News Review – Thursday 19th May 2016

May 19, 2016 // 0 Comments

EU Telegraph David Cameron on Wednesday abandoned plans to make Parliament supreme over European courts as ministers admitted the proposals were “unworkable” with Britain in the EU. In a row that overshadowed the Queen’s Speech, the Prime Minister was accused by Iain Duncan Smith, a former [...]
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