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News review – Tuesday 28 February 2017

February 28, 2017 // 28 Comments

UKIP Telegraph Ukip was in a state of open civil war on Monday night after Nigel Farage publicly warned that the party will collapse unless its sole MP Douglas Carswell is thrown out. Mr Farage, the former UK Independence Party leader, said Mr Carswell had “sought to split and divide Ukip in [...]

News review – Friday 17 February 2017

February 17, 2017 // 10 Comments

Blair Telegraph Tony Blair has been branded “arrogant, undemocratic and deeply out of touch”  ahead of a speech in which he  will tell pro-EU Britons it is their “mission” to persuade Brexit voters to change their mind about leaving the European Union. In a speech on [...]

News review – Monday 23 January 2017

January 23, 2017 // 9 Comments

Immigration Express MORE than a million extra European Union nationals could move to Britain in the next two years if Theresa May does not act fast to regain border control, a leading Brexit campaigner warned today. It puts fresh pressure on the Prime Minister not to wait until Britain actually [...]

Saturday papers – 14 January 2017

January 14, 2017 // 6 Comments

EU Prime Minister Theresa May is due to give a major speech on Tuesday. Some of the media preview it. The Telegraph says: The European Court will have no influence over Britain after Brexit, Theresa May will pledge in a major speech next week. The Prime Minister will use a Brexit speech planned for [...]

News review – Wednesday 11 January 2017

January 11, 2017 // 11 Comments

NHS Times Theresa May’s senior aides have privately criticised the head of the NHS as Downing Street seeks to shift the blame for mounting chaos in hospitals. Key members of the prime minister’s team accused Simon Stevens, chief executive of NHS England, of being insufficiently enthusiastic and [...]

How a century of disastrous involvement in Europe weakened Britain

January 4, 2017 // 25 Comments

They called it ‘Splendid Isolation’. Britain’s policy in the latter half of the nineteenth century was to avoid alliances and entanglements with other nations, continental European powers in particular. This coincided with the era of British industrial, economic, financial and military world [...]

News review – Wednesday 4 January 2017

January 4, 2017 // 12 Comments

Farage Star CALLS have been made for NIGEL Farage to become UK Ambassador to the EU following Ivan Rogers’ shock resignation earlier today. Gerard Batten, a UKIP MEP, said Mr Farage could use his experience as an MEP to “defend Britain’s interests” during the Brexit negotiations. [...]

News review – Wednesday 28 December 2016

December 28, 2016 // 7 Comments

Illegal immigrants Times Scores of migrants were arrested on suspicion of working illegally in the UK during a crackdown targeting nail bars. Almost 100 people, including migrants from Vietnam, Mongolia and Ghana, were detained during a week-long operation last month. Fourteen migrants were [...]

News review – Monday 26 December 2016

December 26, 2016 // 3 Comments

Brexit BBC News Lord King, the former governor of the Bank of England, has said that the UK should be “self-confident” about leaving the European Union. He said there were “real opportunities” for economic reform and new trade deals which meant Brexit could be a success. He [...]

News review – Friday 23 December 2016

December 23, 2016 // 18 Comments

Brexit Telegraph The Queen was left “disappointed” with Theresa May after the prime minister declined to share plans for Brexit during her first stay at Balmoral, The Times has learnt. Mrs May stuck to her “Brexit means Brexit” line during the visit to Scotland in September rather than [...]
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