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The Northern Ireland Border Myth

February 21, 2018 // 12 Comments

Of all the arguments presented as ‘evidence’ of the ‘damaging’ effects of Brexit, the arrangements for controlling the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland must be the most misleading and least well understood. Arch opponents to self-determination, and the referendum [...]

Wales: a Study in Sovereignty, Heritage and Sustainable Development

January 31, 2018 // 4 Comments

There is always a problem with global intervention in the sovereign affairs of a nation. It is of even more concern if that nation actively encourages it. The Welsh Government when it launched its White Paper in respect of the Sustainable Development Bill, sought to ensure that sustainable [...]

Why the United Kingdom is Leaving the European Union – Part I

January 23, 2018 // 14 Comments

I am now fully convinced that the EU presidents, hangers on and the majority of MEPs do not understand why a majority of UK citizens wish to leave the European Union. I cannot follow the distorted logic of the Irish prime minister, who stated that British, Canadian and United States military died [...]


January 16, 2018 // 3 Comments

European Parliament supports amendments that will see “grotesque” fishing method outlawed, but only UKIP serious about leaving the CFP with Labour voting against leaving and Tories abstaining. UKIP fisheries spokesman, Mike Hookem MEP, has welcomed moves to ban the “grotesque” [...]

Theresa May and the attempted murder of Brexit – Part Three

December 20, 2017 // 10 Comments

[Ed: this is the third part of a five-part series which will be published over the coming days here on UKIP Daily. You can read  Part One here and Part Two here The remainers are very fond of analogies in their “explanations” as to why the UK has to cough up huge amounts of money to the EU [...]


December 13, 2017 // 10 Comments

Editor’s note: This the final part of Clinton Wingrove’s three part series on the Brexit negotiations. Click to read part one and part two.  I would recommend (perhaps even demand) that the government’s negotiating team submit the following to messrs. Juncker and Barnier: Dear [...]

Trade Deal Robbery

December 13, 2017 // 9 Comments

The sticking point of Brexit negotiations so far has been just how much we should pay as a leaving fee to the EU. We’re told that we must have a trade deal at all costs, but why? Who exactly would benefit from such a deal? Is it good value? I’ve been looking at some numbers and it seems to me [...]

10 Steps To Stop Brexit: The Remainer Strategy (Part I)

December 6, 2017 // 13 Comments

Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two part series on Remainer strategy. Let’s try a thought experiment. Imagine you’re a staunch Remainer, keen to keep the United Kingdom in the European Union at any cost – and that you’re trying to work out how to respond, in the early [...]

Civil Serpents and the Affair of the Irish Border

December 6, 2017 // 10 Comments

A year ago nearly to the day I wrote about how we are governed not by our politicians but by their advisers, the “Mandarins of Whitehall” – here, if you want to refresh your memories. In the wake of the Barnier speech, I briefly touched upon this matter here. Now, after the omnishambles [...]
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