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News review – Tuesday 13 February 2018

February 13, 2018 // 7 Comments

Brexit Mirror Ministers are poised to accept the EU’s timetable for Brexit, it was claimed last night. Brussels’ Chief Negotiator Michel Barnier last month proposed a transition period after the official Brexit day to last until New Year’s Eve 2020. It would give us three fewer [...]

A Brexit vision

February 4, 2018 // 12 Comments

It has been pathetic hasn’t it, watching May and her government lie to us and back-peddle on Brexit. We’ve seen ‘project fear’ again used as a means to justify a soft Brexit and continued subservience to the EU. Occasionally,  we read about the potential opportunities of Brexit, if only we [...]

News review – Monday 13 March 2017

March 13, 2017 // 1 Comment

Brexit Mail Peers and MPs are today set to back a historic vote paving the way for Brexit after a Conservative rebellion melted away. A small number of Tory Remainers could abstain or vote against the Government on the Bill giving Theresa May the power to begin the process of leaving the EU. [...]

Saturday papers – 11 March 2017

March 11, 2017 // 3 Comments

Brexit Speculation is growing that the Prime Minister will start the Brexit process in a few days’ time. The Telegraph reports: Theresa May could formally trigger Brexit as early as Tuesday after European leaders revealed that they are already making preparations for an announcement. Ministers [...]

News review – Thursday 9 March 2017

March 9, 2017 // 1 Comment

Brexit Westmonster European Council President, Donald Tusk has said he expects the EU to outline their negotiating stance within 48 hours of Article 50 being triggered. He told a press conference: “When the UK notifies, it is our goal to react with the draft negotiation guidelines for the 27 [...]

News review – Friday 24 February 2017

February 24, 2017 // 4 Comments

By-elections Telegraph Labour MPs have warned the party is heading towards a “historic and catastrophic defeat” in a future general election after Jeremy Corbyn suffered a humiliating by-election defeat last night and lost Copeland to the Conservatives. Trudy Harrison snatched the [...]

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 [...]

It’s All About Immigration

January 9, 2017 // 9 Comments

UKIP worked hard for many years to persuade the British people that they must not allow our country to be absorbed into a federal Europe. At last we have succeeded in persuading them. But what turned the balance in the end was not British sovereignty. It was immigration. Levels of immigration have [...]

New Lamps for Old

November 10, 2016 // 12 Comments

Well,  it’s not far off the pantomime season and UKIP has certainly been writing the script for a Bramah production. They say a good story should have a beginning, a middle  and an end – so should a good pantomime. It  looks as though finally it will be Paul Nuttall offering the [...]
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