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News review – Tuesday 9 January 2018

January 9, 2018 // 1 Comment

Cabinet reshuffle Telegraph Theresa May’s hopes of asserting her authority with a Cabinet revamp fell flat after senior ministers derailed her reshuffle by refusing to budge from their jobs. Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, successfully faced down the Prime Minister when she asked him to become [...]

Christmas Eve media – 24 December 2017

December 24, 2017 // 10 Comments

Nigel In an exclusive the Telegraph claims Nigel Farage will not get his knighthood again this year. Nigel Farage, the politician dubbed “Mr Brexit” for his role in helping to take Britain out of the European Union, has been overlooked for a knighthood – again. The former UK [...]

Sunday papers – 24 September 2017

September 24, 2017 // 35 Comments

UKIP The Times claims Nigel is about to launch a new party. Nigel Farage is poised to launch a new party if the anti-Muslim activist Anne Marie Waters becomes Ukip’s new leader this week. The MEP could create the new movement within days of the result of Ukip’s latest leadership ballot being [...]

Sunday papers – 10 September 2017

September 10, 2017 // 0 Comments

Brexit The Telegraph claims EU negotiators are not interested in a business deal with the UK. Brussels shows no interest in finding “long-term solutions” to Brexit and could ignore the interests of European Union business, a leaked memo to financial leaders has warned. There is just a [...]

Saturday papers – 26 August 2017

August 26, 2017 // 9 Comments

Brexit EU negotiators are starting to pour scorn on the tactics of our Brexit negotiators says the Express; perhaps they’ve got nothing else in their armoury. EUROCRATS today accused Britain of demonstrating “a lot of magical thinking” over Brexit as they slammed David Davis and his team over [...]

News review – Monday 5 June 2017

June 5, 2017 // 9 Comments

Terror attacks Telegraph Police have carried out fresh raids and detained a number of people this morning in connection with the London Bridge terror attack. This news comes as forces confirm they know the identity of the attackers. The Metropolitan Police said their names would be released [...]

Sunday papers – 4 June 2017

June 4, 2017 // 9 Comments

Terror attacks Today’s top story is the terror attacks that left six people dead and almost 50 injured late last night. The Mail reports the attacker’s shouts: Three Jihadi terrorists have been shot dead by armed police after killing six people and injuring 30 more during a horrific knife [...]

News review – Wednesday 21 September 2016

September 21, 2016 // 4 Comments

Brexit Breitbart The European Union (EU) could sue the UK, attempting to stop Britain forming trade links with major nations before it has fully left the block, the government has been warned. Legal advice given to the new International Trade Secretary Liam Fox insists the UK “cannot” negotiate [...]

Bournemouth: impressions of a footsoldier

September 18, 2016 // 11 Comments

One of the attractions of going to Conference is the opportunity to meet so many other grassroot members one would never get to meet otherwise. It’s the opportunity to chat face-to-face, air opinions and learn what others feel are as important as the issues which occupied us during the leadership [...]

Saturday papers – 17 September 2016

September 17, 2016 // 8 Comments

UKIP Most of the media cover the election, yesterday, of UKIP’s new leader Diane James, with many of them including a rather unfortunate picture of Nigel Farage moving in for a congrtulatory kiss with the new leder. Reuters says: The UK Independence Party picked a new leader on Friday to [...]
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