Author: Simon Blanchard

Parliamentary Bias towards the EU? You bet

Annotated Version of UK Common Market membership from the UK Parliamentary spin machine. See original here. It’s about time parliament took off the rose-tinted, pro-EU biased glasses with what really happened. The EEC and the Single European Act The Conservative Prime Minister, Edward Heath, took the UK into the EEC in January 1973 after President de Gaulle of France had blocked UK membership twice in the 1960s.  In a referendum in 1975 the UK electorate voted to stay in the EEC under renegotiated terms of entry. This brought EEC membership to nine. Heath and the rest of the LIBLABCON…

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Annual Performance Review for Treesa May

It’s eleven months on since the historic EU referendum held on June 23rd 2016. We thought it’s about time we had an Annual Performance Review for the Conservative government so the people can assess the government’s track record in honouring the Brexit result, to assess renewal of their five-year employment contract due to terminate on June 8th. Score: 0 (Soft Brexit), 1 bad, 2 poor, 3 average, 4 good, 5 excellent (Full Brexit) The Plan to Leave There was no ‘plan to leave’, so confident was Cameron that he would win, so in order to work out Plan B, Article 50 was kicked into the long grass by encouraging legal challenges and ensuring Remain judges are duly empanelled in court rooms. Thus the “right” decisions are made on the government’s easy cases and any further legal channels which can lead to successful challenges for yet more delays can be fostered. Finally they went on to perform parliamentary gymnastics until all avenues to invoke Article 50 were exhausted so a Plan which we’re not being informed about it contents can be worked out … to remain. (Score: 0) Aspirations for Big Brother Treesa, so it seems, is heir to Cameron and Blair who believe in BIG nanny state by interfering in energy prices the Tories previously said were Marxist in nature. They also involved themselves in other measures like a…

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An open letter to my next MP

Dear (insert name after 8th June 2017 …….…………….) MP, Now that the UK is leaving the European Union, isn’t it about time the  apparently “obsolete” law called Statute of Praemunire (1392), repealed by the Criminal Law Act 1967, be brought back into active legislation for the EU? It was a law designed to stop Papal jurisdictions from having influence or supremacy inside the UK by making it an offence of asserting or maintaining papal or foreign jurisdiction imperial or foreign or some other alien jurisdiction or claim of supremacy in England against the supremacy of the monarch. It is now…

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Will Brexit Mean Brexit for the Army?

There is an increasing concern that Brexit will not mean Brexit; might Theresa May’s will be lost in business compromise? But what about military matters, which are by the day getting more and more intertwined in EU institutions? Not much is being mentioned in the media. The Lancaster House Agreement of 2010 signed by David Cameron and Sarkozy is such a concern, where our military is merging with French forces as an “ever closer union” EU army, seen recently on exercises on Salisbury plain as an EU Battlegroup in May 2016. In October 2010, Mr Cameron opened his House…

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Who supported the Remain Campaign?

Remainers, now appropriately renamed Remoaners, held a “March For Europe” across the UK last Saturday (Sept. 3rd). The EU Referendum, as we know, was heavily biased towards the Remain campaign and every dirty trick was used to try and get us to stay in the EU. The Remoaners seem hard done by, feeling as if they had been cheated by the Referendum result of 48% for Remain, but were they really? They claim the result was caused by some alleged lies on the Leave side. If the truth be known, they were lucky to get 48% on what they…

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