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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 [...]

Saturday media – 17 February 2018

February 17, 2018 // 9 Comments

Brexit The Sun claims the battle for Brexit is about to start anew. REMAINERS are joining forces to launch a fresh bid to stop Brexit within weeks – with a summer of campaigns, a rock festival and an app. Anti-Brexit activists are refusing to give in on their fight to try and reverse our [...]

News review – Tuesday 6 February 2018

February 6, 2018 // 7 Comments

Brexit Telegraph Britain could be forced to accept nearly 40 EU directives during a two-year transition period after Brexit, according to a leaked Whitehall analysis. The report, obtained by The Telegraph, reveals that a series of controversial EU laws could be imposed amid concerns that Britain [...]

Barnier’s Speech to the Germans – the Low-Down – Part Two

December 2, 2017 // 11 Comments

Picking up from where we left off yesterday in Part One, it gives me great joy to continue annotating M Barnier’s speech, in the hope that it not be consigned to the internet memory hole. I’m going into more detail today because those whose job it is to de-mask our EU tinpot dictators, whose [...]

Barnier’s Speech to the Germans – the Low-Down – Part One

December 1, 2017 // 7 Comments

As our beloved, remain-supporting MSM haven’t reported fully on M Barnier’s speech to a German audience on the 27th of November (except a brief squeal: ‘how dare he say we ran away from ISIS!’), allow me to present you with excerpts, garnished with my own take. I promise you – I’ve [...]

The Dangers of Mrs. May’s Planned “Security Treaty” with the EU

November 29, 2017 // 18 Comments

It is good to see that UKIP is now getting its teeth into the issue of our armed forces, and the risk of their being absorbed into a single EU force, as well as putting forward a policy of general attention and care for veterans.  For the time being, an immediate threat has been averted in that [...]

Letters to the Editor – Friday 20th October 2017

October 20, 2017 // 8 Comments

Today’s letters have one underlying theme: the EU and Brexit, or rather the lack of progress Ms May’s government has made and the pernicious influence of the EU on our country which Ms May’s government wants to perpetuate. The first letter is from the newly appointed UKIP spokesman on Cyber [...]

On Liberty. A Statesman Speaks.

September 21, 2017 // 26 Comments

“Those three beautiful pillars” … “pillars of peace”. Sovereignty, security and prosperity are such a columnar triumvirate, according to Donald Trump who spoke to the world at the United Nations in New York, his home town, on 19th September 2017. A statesman was speaking. Sovereignty is a [...]

Sunday papers – 17 September 2017

September 17, 2017 // 0 Comments

Security A new security treaty between the EU and the post-Brexit UK has been suggested by the Brexit secretary David Davis. The Independent reports: Brexit Secretary David Davis has proposed a new treaty between Britain and the European Union to ensure security links are unhindered by Brexit [...]

News review – Tuesday 12 September 2017

September 12, 2017 // 9 Comments

Brexit Bill Mail Theresa May hailed an ‘historic’ moment tonight as Labour failed to defeat the government in the first vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill. The crucial legislation was comfortably given its second reading in the Commons by a margin of 326 to 290 – a majority of [...]
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