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Saturday media – 3 February 2018

February 3, 2018 // 11 Comments

Customs union In an exclusive report, the Telegraph claims three leading Brexiteers will push for no customs union. Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Liam Fox will this week warn against joining a Customs Union with the EU after Brexit in a potentially “explosive” Cabinet confrontation. [...]

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 [...]

Sunday papers – 16 July 2017

July 16, 2017 // 6 Comments

Conservative Party In an exclusive, the Telegraph claims the Prime Minister’s leadership is under threat. Thirty Tory MPs have said they would back David Davis if he ran for the leadership, allies of the Brexit Secretary have claimed to The Telegraph. Leading supporters of Mr Davis said he [...]

Slavery still exists …

April 3, 2017 // 7 Comments

… but not as we know it from the history books. The slavery that exists today is a thoroughly modern variety, in the form of economic migrants flooding across the Mediterranean into Europe. Let’s look at this modern-day slavery, which again is coming out of Africa, but in today’s modern guise [...]

News review – Friday 24 March 2017

March 24, 2017 // 12 Comments

Terror attacks Mail ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Westminster attack which left four dead and dozens injured. The terror group said a ‘soldier of the Islamic State’ carried out the atrocity in which British-born Khalid Masood ploughed a car through crowds near Parliament [...]

News review – Friday 10 February 2017

February 10, 2017 // 2 Comments

Brexit Express MINISTERS have provoked fury for trying to put through a treaty “under the radar” which will keep Britain tied to the EU after Brexit. An early day motion (EDM) will today be put down by Ukip MP Douglas Carswell objecting to the Unitary Patent Court Agreement (UPCA). The deal, [...]

News review – Friday 6 January 2016

January 6, 2017 // 7 Comments

Brexit Telegraph The Bank of England has admitted its dire warnings of a downturn in the wake of the Brexit vote were a “Michael Fish” moment and said that the economics profession was now in “crisis”. Andy Haldane, the Bank of England’s chief economist, said there was a “disconnect” [...]

Sunday papers – 18 December 2016

December 18, 2016 // 16 Comments

Brexit Looks like the Labour Party is still trying to reverse the referendum result, says the Times Labour has been accused of a secret plot to reverse Brexit after its deputy leader in Brussels deleted lines in parliamentary documents promising to “respect” the referendum result. Richard [...]

News review – Monday 12 December 2016

December 12, 2016 // 11 Comments

Terror threat Express MORE than 200 undercover SAS soldiers will be deployed in shopping centres and high streets across Britain following fresh MI5 intelligence of a terror attack planned for Christmas. SAS commanders have cancelled all leave, sources said last night, as the regiment’s soldiers [...]

Sunday papers – 11 December 2016

December 11, 2016 // 5 Comments

Brexit The Express reports a split among the Supreme Court judges considering their decision. THE Supreme Court judges are split over their Brexit ruling, Government advisers believe. Legal experts had thought the judges would fall overwhelmingly on the pro-Remain side when deciding on the [...]
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