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UKIP Needs to become a Proactive Political Party.

February 6, 2018 // 46 Comments

Ed: The author would like to make clear that his views are not shared by his branch. When Leave voters outnumbered the Remain voters, UKIP should have moved to become what H Bolton referred to as the third political party.  In the 2017 election, where were the British voters who previously [...]

More Sample Letters (2nd Instalment)

December 30, 2017 // 7 Comments

Ed: Here is the second instalment of sample letters which you are invited to use. Do visit the first instalment for advice on how to send them and to whom! The first sample letter addresses the disgraceful “Divorce Payment”, and the demand to walk out if Brussels keeps trying to press Ms May [...]

News review – Thursday 14 December 2017

December 14, 2017 // 8 Comments

Brexit Express A PETITION to MPs calling for Theresa May to abandon the Brexit negotiations and pull Britain out of the EU immediately has attracted more than 70,000 signatures. The huge support for the demand, lodged on the official parliamentary website, has already triggered a response from the [...]

News review – Monday 11 December 2017

December 11, 2017 // 0 Comments

Brexit Times Britain could be forced to accept swathes of Brussels red tape if it is to secure the extensive trade deal that David Davis is championing, senior European sources have told The Times. Yesterday the Brexit secretary outlined his vision for “Canada-plus plus plus”, a trade [...]

Open Letter to the Editor – Monday 6th November 2017

November 6, 2017 // 6 Comments

Dear Editor, I wanted to say so much more than in the letter you so kindly already published. If you think the following is worthy of publication, please do! All during yesterday and overnight I’ve been reading more reports on male MPs behaving inappropriately, their heinous deeds going back to [...]

Saturday papers – 4 November 2017

November 4, 2017 // 14 Comments

Brexit Looks like David Davis has upset his EU counterparts again, reports the Telegraph. Negotiations between Britain and the EU  next week will be nothing more than “talks about talks” and barely mention the Brexit Bill, much to the fury of Brussels, The Telegraph can reveal. Senior [...]

This is not Profumo Mk II !

November 2, 2017 // 44 Comments

It feels as if we’ve been inundated for months with claims of female victims having experienced inappropriate sexual advances, all the way up to rape, by men in ‘high positions’, globally. In case you’ve forgotten, it started with accusations against the most powerful Hollywood [...]

News review – Tuesday 12 September 2017

September 12, 2017 // 9 Comments

Brexit Bill Mail Theresa May hailed an ‘historic’ moment tonight as Labour failed to defeat the government in the first vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill. The crucial legislation was comfortably given its second reading in the Commons by a margin of 326 to 290 – a majority of [...]

Saturday papers – 2 September 2017

September 2, 2017 // 4 Comments

Great Repeal Bill The Independent has turned its attention back to what used to be known as the Great Repeal Bill. The Government’s so-called Great Repeal Bill should in fact be known as the “Great Continuity Bill”, the Brexit Secretary has said. Speaking during a trip to Washington to [...]

Letters to the Editor – Friday 7th April 2017

April 7, 2017 // 7 Comments

In the wake of the EU Parliament’s “debate” on Wednesday 5th April, today’s letter by our contributor and reader Torquil Dick-Erikson draws our attention to the lukewarm attitude of Ms May in regard to Brexit: Sir, This series of pictures in The Express of Tusk meeting May is most eloquent. [...]
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