There is so much brilliant Brexit news these days it’s difficult to keep track of it all. But I’ve had a go so here is my updated graphs blog – enjoy! This is a graph of Britain’s GDP growth from 1957 to 2015 which shows … Continue reading Yet MORE Graphs that Demolish Remain! (Updated)
I’ve lost quite a few ‘friends’ because of my Brexiting … so might as well go for the clean sweep … I support Extinction Rebellion! So I’m asking all Brexiteers to pause for thought before condemning them. Firstly I think Brexiteers are conflating XR with … Continue reading Why Brexiteers should support Extinction Rebellion.
By JOHN REDWOOD | Published: April 15, 2019 Dear Geoffrey Let me have another go at getting a reply from you concerning the way the Withdrawal Agreement stops us leaving the EU. Would you kindly confirm 1. If we sign this Treaty we will be … Continue reading Letter to the Attorney General about the legal impact of signing the wrongly named Withdrawal Treaty
If, before the vote, David Cameron says “this is your decision. The government will implement what you decide” but after the vote he doesn’t … then you’ve been lied to right? … and if, before the vote, the Tories say they will implement the referendum … Continue reading Brex-terminate the Tories
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Results_of_the_2017_United_Kingdom_general_election The Brexit Association is a non-partisan group dedicated to achieving a clean exit for the UK from the European Union. There has recently been speculation that a snap general election might be called. For Brexiteers and Remainers alike, knowing who to vote for … Continue reading The Brexit Association
The following document was first published in 2000, It is taken from a PDF file so some of the text/spacing format has been lost but the words are unedited. For more information regarding the environmental arguments for Brexit visit Green Leaves. Introduction It seems that … Continue reading The Euro or a Sustainable Future for Britain? Dr Caroline Lucas MEP & Dr Mike Woodin
You can’t say the ‘People’s Vote’ is good unless you can say what it is. And if you can’t say what it is then how do you know it’s good? Here are some practical questions it would be nice to have answers to: 1, What’s … Continue reading The Questions the People’s Vote Don’t Answer.
Our current position regarding Article 50 has been debated and voted on by more people on more occasions than anything else in British history: 1, In 2013 David Cameron promised a simple in/out referendum and was rewarded with a working majority in 2015. 2, Parliament … Continue reading Should Article 50 be Suspended?