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UKIP Leadership: Hustings are a Must!

August 12, 2017 // 56 Comments

Eleven candidates. Eleven!! I must admit, when the confirmed applicants for the UKIP leadership post finally appeared in an email yesterday evening, I briefly thought Steve Crowther and Piers Wauchope had accidentally inserted the names of a UKIP charity football team by mistake! In truth, it was a [...]

Immigration and Brexit – Part 1

July 31, 2017 // 9 Comments

Immigration is a subject that was so contentious through Brexit that the Tories refused to discuss it. In hindsight the Remainers blame immigration (and Turkey) as the chief ‘lie’ that lost them the Brexit vote in the face of a broadly ‘racist’ electorate. Today we stand at a crossroads [...]

Sunday papers – 30 July 2017

July 30, 2017 // 4 Comments

Brexit While the Prime Minister is on holiday, the Chancellor is again under attack, says the Telegraph. Philip Hammond’s Brexit transition plan has come under public attack from Boris Johnson’s economic guru, as significant Tory splits begin to emerge. Gerard Lyons, the leading City [...]

A future threat

July 26, 2017 // 13 Comments

It has been a remarkable couple of years just lately. We have seen all sorts of conventions overturned, and things happening that we would have thought impossible a few years ago. For us, the big one was the referendum. The fact that it was held at all was amazing, but when we actually won it, [...]

News review – Tuesday 25 July 2017

July 25, 2017 // 5 Comments

Customs union Times Remaining in the customs union would be a disaster for the UK, Labour’s trade spokesman has said, further confusing the party’s stance on Brexit. Barry Gardiner, the shadow international trade secretary, said that staying in the customs bloc would leave the UK unable to [...]

The Real Reason Behind HS2 as I See It.

July 25, 2017 // 6 Comments

A view I’ve held for a couple of years. HS2 was backed by the Blair/Brown Labour government in 2010 and the Cameron/Osborne Conservative government who were very pro EU. Cameron/Osborn to the point of giving away our UK Sovereignty and selling us out cheaply to Brussels. Osborne possibly had [...]

A Wake-Up Call – part 2

July 16, 2017 // 2 Comments

This article was previously published in ‘Campaign for an Independent Britain.  Part 1 can be viewed here   The 1950s-style interventionism of the Conservative Party’s latest manifesto not only failed to compete with Corbyn’s 1970’s-style socialist revivalism but did little to enthuse [...]

A Wake-Up Call – Part 1

July 15, 2017 // 17 Comments

[Ed: This article was previously published in ‘Campaign for an Independent Britain] In June’s General Election, a majority of young people voted for the Labour Party. It is hard to prove this statistically as votes are not analysed by age group, but we only have to look at our university [...]

News review – Thursday 13 July 2017

July 13, 2017 // 0 Comments

EU Independent The EU has piled further pressure on Britain to settle its “divorce bill” and the fate of EU citizens after Brexit – demanding answers within five days. Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, also ridiculed Boris Johnson’s claim that the EU could “go [...]

News review – Monday 3 July 2017

July 3, 2017 // 0 Comments

Brexit Express THERESA May is planning to walk out of Brexit talks with Brussels in September unless EU bosses drop their demands for a massive exit fee. A Downing Street source suggests that, despite not winning a majority in the general election, Mrs May is not shying away from getting tough with [...]
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