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News review – Monday 13 November 2017

November 13, 2017 // 4 Comments

Brexit Express THERESA May should walk away now from the Brexit talks and the EU’s “outrageous” demands, one of Britain’s top businessmen insisted. Billionaire Sir James Dyson, reiterating his confidence that Britain has a “fantastic” future, said Brussels would come back desperate to [...]

David Kurten’s Conference Speech – Part Two

October 12, 2017 // 8 Comments

Ed: here is Part Two of David Kurten’s excellent speech at Conference, given on Saturday 30th September 2017. We have published Part One yesterday. Yesterday (Friday 29th September) at conference was a fantastic day – we have a new leader who will take us on to victory, and a new campaign: [...]

Report on Anne Marie Waters’ visit to Newton Aycliffe

August 21, 2017 // 24 Comments

I visited Newton Wycliffe (County Durham, August 16th, 2017) to observe AMW in the wild and was rewarded with a sighting. Stuart Agnew MEP accompanied Anne. I sat in the back row to find out how well AMW voice carried. Her voice carries well and I could hear every word clearly. AMW spoke for maybe [...]

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 [...]

When will we take action?

March 5, 2017 // 21 Comments

We British are a tolerant people and as such we may moan and groan but we don’t revolt. We stand in queues, respectfully and properly, and await our turn when it’s our turn. We turn a blind eye to practices we find abhorrent such as FGM and child-grooming, labelling them part of the culture of [...]

Sunday papers – 19 February 2017

February 19, 2017 // 0 Comments

Brexit Bill Peers planning to vote against Brexit are being paid thousands of pounds by Brussels, says the Telegraph More than 20 peers expected to force changes to the Brexit Bill this week are still earning tens of thousands of pounds from Brussels, it can be revealed. Lord [...]

News review – Sunday 11 February 2017

February 12, 2017 // 2 Comments

Bercow The Speaker of the House of Commons is still in trouble, reports the Telegraph. The Speaker of the House of Commons has become involved in a fresh row about political bias after he admitted voting to stay in the European Union and said immigration into Britain was a good thing. John Bercow [...]

A Letter From a Northern Town

January 28, 2017 // 13 Comments

Dear Reader, I write this letter to you in sorrow and in anger. If there were a municipality that epitomises the betrayal of the British working people by the Labour Party better than this town I would like to know. Tucked in a strategically important pivot, in what is supposed to be the nascent [...]

Sunday papers – 22 January 2017

January 22, 2017 // 14 Comments

Brexit The Great Repeal Bill is reported by several of the newspapers. The Telegraph says: Four different versions of the law giving Theresa May the power to start Brexit have already been prepared as ministers brace themselves for Supreme Court defeat this week. Drafts have been circulating in an [...]

Good Friday papers – 25 March 2016

March 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

Terror In the wake of the attacks in Belgium, the BBC reports that local police have arrested six suspects. Belgian police have arrested six people in Brussels as a major investigation continues into attacks that claimed 31 lives in the city on Tuesday. The arrests were made in the Schaerbeek [...]
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