Brexiteers! We can still win big and achieve a simple clean WTO Brexit if we can get the House of Commons to reject Johnson’s crappy deal. This is why: Johnson has an 80 seat majority but that means we only need about 40 rebels to … Continue reading QUICK! Write to your MP!
Sometimes you have to wonder whether EU supporters are even aware how silly their arguments sound. The latest one that seems to be getting a lot of air-play is that (wait for it…) Brexit could cause a traffic jam! Honestly I’m not making this shit … Continue reading Car-Park-Geddon!!!!!
In May 2015 David Cameron won a majority. It could have been the Cameron decade. Thirteen months later he was finished. Why? He wouldn’t implement the referendum result. In June 2016 Theresa May inherited a majority. It could have been the May decade. By March … Continue reading When will they get it?
Ursula von der Leyen is a classic example of a modern dictator. -She came to power in a sham election. (She won 52% of the vote in a contest where she was the only candidate, but hey, 52% is a victory right?) -She wasn’t elected … Continue reading UvdL GTFO
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON THE FINAL STAGES OF THE BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS 1. Where are we now? No deal between the UK and the EU has yet been agreed. Mixed messages are still constantly being received – sometimes indicating that a breakthrough is imminent, while at … Continue reading LABOUR EURO-SAFEGUARDS CAMPAIGN BULLETIN NOVEMBER 2020
Doug Nicholls, Chair of Trade Unionists Against the EU argues the current EU negotiating position threatens the green industrial revolution we need and undermines future productive capacity to rebuild after Covid. The eleventh hour negotiations on future trade arrangements with the EU are about several … Continue reading Production before trade.
Make no mistake about it, in these few days a monumental victory is within Johnson’s grasp and all he has to do to achieve it, is summon the courage to say ‘goodbye’. Whatever the reason for his failure, there can be no doubt he is choosing to fail.
One of the key arguments for the EU was that it had given us peace. There are several objections to this: 1, In 1940 there were 106 countries in the world, today there are 195. As the number of countries increased, obviously political union has … Continue reading The EU didn’t give us peace
On 15th October Boris’ Bexit deadline passed without an agreement. The next day Boris said the country should prepare for no deal, with the Downing Street spokesman saying “Trade talks are over”. It seemed that, at last, after five years of this ludicrous fiasco the … Continue reading They Can’t Do The Job
If I didn’t do my job I would lose my job. And if you didn’t do your job you would lose your job too, right? Well Boris Johnson is not doing his job. He was elected to do one thing: to decisively end this farce. … Continue reading Brexterminate the Tories.