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Sunday media – 11 February 2018

February 11, 2018 // 8 Comments

Brexit Could Barnier have gone too far? The Prime Minister will lay out her plans over the next few days, says the Express. THERESA MAY sets out her “road map” for Brexit today amid growing pressure from backbenchers not to cave in to the bullying demands of Brussels. Pledging to make the UK a [...]

Letters to the Editor – Tuesday 2nd January 2018

January 2, 2018 // 5 Comments

In the first of today’s letters our correspondent Septimus Octavius looks back on what happened in EU member states last year and points to one other important election to come in 2018: Sir, following predictions of catastrophe in 2017, the EU has in fact escaped the year by the skin of its [...]

News review – Friday 29 December 2017

December 29, 2017 // 1 Comment

Brexit Express EVERY European Union measure to which the UK has formally objected since last year’s referendum vote has been passed into law, new research has shown. Campaigners said the statistics showed that if Brussels was prepared to ignore Britain’s views while we were in the union, it was [...]

News review – Boxing Day 2017

December 26, 2017 // 3 Comments

Brexit Express INTERNATIONAL economic forecasters admit they were “too pessimistic” about the immediate impact of Brexit on Britain and the world. The experts said the effects on the UK have been less than feared and we will bounce back in economic league tables inside two years.  But emerging [...]

News review – Friday 22 December 2017

December 22, 2017 // 14 Comments

Damian Green Telegraph Damian Green is the victim of a “vendetta” by retired police officers who leaked information about pornography found on an office computer, Boris Johnson has claimed. As the Metropolitan Police faced a growing Tory backlash over its role in Mr Green’s downfall, Theresa [...]

Barnier’s Speech to the Germans – the Low-Down – Part Three

December 3, 2017 // 14 Comments

We’ve come to the tail end of M Barnier’s speech. Here he lets the rest of his cats out of his bag. We better scrutinise them carefully because those cats show what Brussels, what M Barnier, what the French really think of us Brits: In a position paper published early September, the United [...]


November 13, 2017 // 13 Comments

So, Eurocrats want the UK to agree a hefty ‘divorce settlement’ before they will proceed to trade talks. This reminds me of a scenario to which I have referred recently here on UKIP Daily. Very nearly 12 years ago, the then Prime Minister Tony Blair returned from meetings with various members [...]

Bombardier – what now?

September 28, 2017 // 8 Comments

In a cynical and completely predictable act the US authorities have slapped a 219% tariff on the Bombardier C Series jet. The charge is that Bombardier had received development and infrastructure funding from the Canadian and British governments. Delta ordered 125 of those jets, much to the chagrin [...]

Letters to the Editor – Thursday 10th August 2017

August 10, 2017 // 7 Comments

The Leadership Contest, Brexit, Terrorism in France, The European Court of Justice and our own Supreme Court are the subjects of today’s letters. The first letter is about a rather disturbing development in the Leadership Contest. It is by our contributor Jack Russell: Sir, Last evening I [...]

Saturday papers – 29 July 2017

July 29, 2017 // 2 Comments

Brexit Talks between the UK and the EU are faltering, says the Mail. The EU’s top negotiator has accused the British government of being clueless over Brexit – and warned this looks like it will delay negotiations on a future trade deal. Michel Barnier yesterday told EU ambassadors [...]
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