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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 [...]

Humiliating, was it?

July 27, 2017 // 31 Comments

Several readers drew my attention to a remarkable (in a bad way) article in the Left’s favourite paper, the garudain [sic!]. It has the title “Dunkirk reveals the spirit that has driven Brexit: humiliation”, written by one of their columnists, Rafael Behr. In this article, the writer connects [...]

News review – Monday 17 July 2017

July 17, 2017 // 7 Comments

Hammond Telegraph Philip Hammond is deliberately working to “frustrate” Brexit and treating pro-Leave ministers like “pirates who have taken him prisoner”, a Cabinet minister has told The Telegraph, in an extraordinary attack on one of the most senior members of the [...]

Letters to the Editor – Saturday 8th July 2017

July 8, 2017 // 14 Comments

Today’s letters range from foreign affairs to UKIP affairs. The first is from our correspondent Roger Arthur, dealing with France’s President: Sir, Mr Macron threatens to steal financial services from the City of London, by reducing Taxation. But after the EU Fiscal Union that he favours, tax [...]

Saturday papers – 1 July 2017

July 1, 2017 // 5 Comments

Brexit The Prime Minister has rejected claims by the EU that it should retain a hold over us following our withdrawal says the Express. AN “outrageous” new demand by the EU that it continues to rule Britain after Brexit through the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has been rejected by Theresa [...]

What now for UKIP?

June 19, 2017 // 31 Comments

If President Macron and his party could come from nowhere in about a year to rule France, and the Liberals likewise unexpectedly won the famous landslide of 1906, why didn’t at least the 17.4 Million who voted for Brexit, vote for a team of the chief Brexit architects, UKIP to negotiate it, [...]

Dusting ourselves down

May 8, 2017 // 29 Comments

Let’s be honest: 2016 spoiled us. Brexit won – and then Trump won. Both victories, by the people over the monied globalist elites, were as unexpected as they were satisfying. It is understandable that following on from this the revolution was proclaimed as being unstoppable. However, [...]
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