Author: Robert Henderson

Theresa May and the attempted murder of Brexit – Part One

[Ed: this is the first part of a five-part series which will be published over the coming days here on UKIP Daily.] A  transition period lasting at least two years after March 2019 when the UK will have to abide by EU laws including new ones; a massive “divorce  bill” currently slated to be around £39 billion  and probably much more ; the European Court of Justice  (ECJ)  to  have a role in the UK justice system not only during the transition period but perhaps  for years after the UK has supposedly left the EU; the cut off point…

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The logic of Brexit

Editor’s Note: This is the second part of a two-part piece by Robert Henderson. The first part can be found here. The referendum was binding on the Government and Parliament Remainers have also tried to pretend that the referendum was merely advisory. Amongst the many falsehoods and deceits attempted by Remainers, this is arguably the most shameless because the position is clear cut. The fact that the referendum was intended to be binding on both Government and Parliament rather than merely advisory was repeatedly made unambiguously clear from well before the referendum. The Conservative General Election Manifesto of 2015  Page 72 said…

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The logic of Brexit

Editor’s Note: This is the first part of a two-part series by Robert Henderson. The second part can be found here on UKIP Daily. Remainer determination to subvert Brexit is shamelessly alive and kicking. Since the referendum on 23rd June 2016, those who voted to remain in the EU have given a ceaseless display of anti-democratic and profoundly dishonest behaviour in their attempt to overturn, overtly or covertly, the result of the referendum. The favourite tune of the Remainers is “I respect the result of the referendum but …”, the’ but’ being variously that the “British did not vote to…

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Churchill – a film review

This was a disappointing film in terms of its general theatrical quality which veers towards the melodramatic, but even more because it is a travesty of Churchill’s character. That fine actor Brian Cox might have been made for the role of Churchill and with a script which reflected Churchill’s  personality, opinions and behaviour accurately I have no doubt that he would have produced a great depiction of the man. But here he is bound by a script which makes Churchill seem like a tempestuous child, and a child who more often than not could be side-lined and insulted to his face despite being…

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Film Review: Dunkirk

The year is 1940. The British Expeditionary Force (BEF) has been sent to Europe to help repel the Germans. This fails and the BEF eventually make their way to Dunkirk, a French port six miles from the Belgian border. Here they wait, more in hope than expectation, to be evacuated back to Britain. But against the odds between 27 May and 4 June over 300,000, British, colonial and French troops were evacuated, most by Royal Navy (RN) ships but some by civilian boats, many very small, crewed by a mixture of RN personnel and civilians. The Germans did not…

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