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The Lowly British Tax Payer and the August European Union – Part 1

February 24, 2018 // 6 Comments

ATTENTION! The site will got into lockdown from 12 noon Sunday Feb 25th to 12 noon Monday Feb 26th, to deal with the various issues which have cropped up. Remainers should appreciate the Doom and Gloom of this article! If the UK remains in the European Union what effect will there be in the UK? The [...]

Sunday media – 4 February 2018

February 4, 2018 // 4 Comments

Brexit The disagreement between the Prime Minister and her Chancellor continues, says the Telegraph. Theresa May must invoke the ­example of Margaret Thatcher to defy Philip Hammond in order to seek a “clean Brexit” and end the current “uncertainty”, a senior Tory has warned. Writing for [...]

News review – Thursday 2 February 2018

February 2, 2018 // 2 Comments

Brexit Times A Brussels demand for full, automatic and permanent residency rights for all European Union nationals coming to Britain for almost two years after Brexit is “not negotiable”, Guy Verhofstadt said today. The European Parliament’s Brexit negotiator has responded to Theresa May [...]

News review – 1 February 2018

February 1, 2018 // 10 Comments

Brexit Express THERESA May has vowed to fight EU demands for British borders to stay open to European migrants until at least 2021. In a warning to Brussels ahead of the next round of talks, the Prime Minister rejected a claim from EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier that the UK must continue to [...]

Stitched up

January 28, 2018 // 17 Comments

“Exclusive: British officials in secret discussions with EU to extend Brexit transition period to almost three years” Above is a premium article in The Telegraph, but there’s no need to read it – the title says it all. Of course it’ll be even longer until we can gain control of our [...]

Sunday media – 28 January 2018

January 28, 2018 // 51 Comments

UKIP I’m leading today’s news with a story in the Mail which might interest Kippers. Nigel Farage has struck a secret deal with embattled  Ukip leader Henry Bolton designed to pave the way for his return to frontline politics, party sources have claimed. Under the plan, Mr Bolton – who is [...]

Saturday media – 27 January 2018

January 27, 2018 // 5 Comments

Brexit In an exclusive report, the Telegraph claims the transition period is about to be extended. British officials are in discussions with Brussels about extending the Brexit transition period to almost three years, The Telegraph has learnt. The official Government target for transition is [...]

News review – Wednesday 24 January 2018

January 24, 2018 // 29 Comments

Brexit BBC News MPs on all sides rejected a petition signed by 137,731 people to leave the EU immediately, in a Commons debate. Brexit minister Suella Fernandes hailed the “total consensus” on display. Some MPs, such as Leave-supporting Tory Paul Scully, said they understood the [...]

Sunday media – 21 January 2018

January 21, 2018 // 17 Comments

Farage The Times is the only paper to pick up a story about our former leader. Nigel Farage is in talks about returning to frontline British politics with the launch of a new pro-Brexit movement if Ukip’s leader Henry Bolton is forced to resign. Farage has spoken to friends, including his [...]


January 19, 2018 // 14 Comments

The Authorities in the West are in a right muddle about three of the most important problems that have cropped up over the last few decades and will affect us in a few more decades to come: how to deal with immigrants from ‘less affluent’ countries; how to deal with robots which seem to be [...]
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