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News review – Friday 8 September 2017

September 8, 2017 // 2 Comments

Brexit Sun THERESA MAY was caught between TWO Tory rebellions over the EU last night as Eurosceptics demanded she deliver a ‘Hard Brexit’. A letter backed by over 30 hard-line Tories urged the PM to “respect the will of the British people” and set out a clear timetable for cutting all [...]

News review – Thursday 7 September 2017

September 7, 2017 // 6 Comments

Brexit Guido Former head of the civil service Bob Kerslake is known as “Comrade Bob” by fellow peers for his lefty interventions in the Lords. Last night he revealed his view, no doubt shared by former colleagues, that a no deal Brexit would be “an utter and complete disaster”. Last [...]

News review – Wednesday 6 September 2017

September 6, 2017 // 7 Comments

Brexit Times Britain will introduce curbs on EU migrants straight after Brexit to force all but the most highly skilled workers to leave after two years under draft Home Office plans leaked yesterday. Europeans without a job would be blocked from staying for more than a few months after March 2019, [...]

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 [...]

The Shambolic EU Negotiations

August 19, 2017 // 11 Comments

I knew and admired the late Jimmy Goldsmith, who was aware by the way that his cancer had been induced. He was a smart cookie. Given the determination of Euro-nutters in both main parties to deny the electorate a choice over EU membership, the failure of Margaret Thatcher to pull us out and the [...]

Saturday papers – 19 August 2017

August 19, 2017 // 4 Comments

Brexit We could just quit the EU without any problems, says the Express. LEAVING the European Union without a trade deal would not be a “disaster” for Britain, experts have insisted. Professor Kevin Dowd said a deal was “desirable but not essential” and the UK could cut prices for shoppers [...]

Northern Ireland Positioning Paper

August 17, 2017 // 3 Comments

The Government has now published a comprehensive paper which outlines the UK’s position on addressing the unique circumstances of Northern Ireland and the land border with Ireland. The Position Paper – which has been published ahead of the August negotiating round – states that the Government [...]

News review – Tuesday 8 August 2017

August 8, 2017 // 6 Comments

Brexit Telegraph British judges will be able to block extradition requests by EU nations after Brexit under Government plans to avoid a rebellion by eurosceptic Tory back-benchers. David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, has said that the Supreme Court will act as the final body of appeal for British [...]

News review – Tuesday 4 July 2017

July 4, 2017 // 1 Comment

Brexit Independent British officials have accepted there will have to be a trade-off between access to the single market and political control during the Brexit negotiations, it has been reported. The government had previously promised a deal where Britain could have both but it appears this [...]

News review – Friday 30 June 2017

June 30, 2017 // 6 Comments

Labour rebellion Telegraph Jeremy Corbyn was forced to sack three shadow ministers tonight when they joined dozens of Labour MPs rebelling against the party over Brexit. In a serious blow to Mr Corbyn’s authority, 49 Labour MPs defied the party whip to back a Queen’s Speech amendment tabled by [...]
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