Latest from UKIP Daily


Sunday papers – 18 February 2018

February 18, 2018 // 20 Comments

Brexit The Express reports on the petition to scrap the transition period. SUPPORT for a petition demanding Britain leaves the EU without a transition has rocketed past 30,000 signatures in frustration of Brussels ordering the UK abides by its laws without having a say. Under proposals from [...]

Sunday media – 11 February 2018

February 11, 2018 // 8 Comments

Brexit Could Barnier have gone too far? The Prime Minister will lay out her plans over the next few days, says the Express. THERESA MAY sets out her “road map” for Brexit today amid growing pressure from backbenchers not to cave in to the bullying demands of Brussels. Pledging to make the UK a [...]

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 – Friday 19 January 2018

January 19, 2018 // 12 Comments

EU Express EUROCRATS’ dreams of a European superstate are “breaking down” and another member state could follow Britain out of the bloc in the near future, a leading geopolitics consultancy has predicted. The EU27 is faced with a series of long-term challenges which, combined [...]


January 6, 2018 // 2 Comments

The official foundation of the Progressive Alliance was held on the 22 May 2013 in Leipzig with the stated aim of becoming the global network of “the progressive, democratic, social-democratic, socialist and labour movement”. I thought I was reasonably clued up in politics, more so than [...]

Saturday media – 23 December 2017

December 23, 2017 // 4 Comments

Brexit In a claimed exclusive, the Telegraph reports that Brexit’s financial supporters are being targeted by the taxman. Donors who bankrolled the successful Brexit campaign have accused HM Revenue and Customs of a “political attack” after they were hit with six or seven-figure tax [...]

Saturday media – 16 December 2017

December 16, 2017 // 1 Comment

Brexit The first phase of the Brexit negotiations have ended. The Sun says: Europe’s leaders fired the starting gun for the second half of  EU exit talks after finally declaring “sufficient progress” on divorce arrangements yesterday. Theresa May heralded the landmark moment at a summit in [...]

News review – Thursday 7 December 2017

December 7, 2017 // 6 Comments

Brexit Telegraph Jean-Claude Juncker fears Theresa May’s Government could collapse next week if Brexit talks remain deadlocked, The Telegraph has learnt. The European Commission president will extend the deadline for Mrs May to settle a dispute over the Irish border to the eve of an EU [...]

News review – Monday 4 December 2017

December 4, 2017 // 9 Comments

Brexit Express A SHOCK new poll shows most Britons now want a second EU referendum amid a backlash over the size of the Brexit divorce bill. In a bid to secure a trade deal, Theresa May looks set to cave in to Brussels demands by handing over around £50 billion to settle the UK’s financial [...]

Sunday media – 3 December 2017

December 3, 2017 // 8 Comments

ECJ The Telegraph has a story about a compromise over the European Court of Justice. Theresa May is heading towards a version of Brexit that effectively fails to withdraw Britain from the European Union, a former senior judge and an 
ex-leader of the Tories have warned. Sir Richard Aikens, a [...]
1 2 3