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)
If the UK were about to violate international law and resile from the Northern Ireland Protocol, it would be a very grave matter. But a potent allegation has been made that suggests something closer the opposite. We need to know whether or not the EU negotiating team … Continue reading The UK has to defend itself against predatory diplomacy, deal or no deal
Hi everyone, Brexit may have gone quiet lately in the main stream media, but actually between now and the end of October 2020 will be a crucial. Remain have been defeated in trying to keep us in the EU, their plans for a ‘People’s Vote‘ … Continue reading No Deal is Ideal!
I have received numerous nuisance calls from someone called ‘Joy W’ at North Fin Tech. I tried blocking the numbers but then she called back from other numbers, then from private numbers. She wont leave me alone. It’s really fucking me off. I repeatedly said … Continue reading North Fin Tech – PLEASE GO AWAY!
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The European Commission is making a concerted power grab to give itself the right to intervene in member states’ health systems – which current treaties designate as lying within nations’ own competence. Last week a leaked copy of yet another re-draft of the EU’s budget … Continue reading Brussels bids to take charge of health services
P&O Ferries has announced job cuts on key Channel and North Sea routes. The company has taken taxpayer coronavirus support while paying large dividends to its foreign owners. Unions have described this move “a betrayal” and “reckless”. One of them, RMT, is calling for the … Continue reading Coronavirus and P&O
The EU hopes that somehow the coronavirus emergency will keep Britain in its orbit. The UK government has said that it will not contemplate an extension to the transition period. The impact of Covid-19 makes it more important that there is no further delay. The … Continue reading EU Hopes for Coronavirus Extension – Guest post by Will Podmore.
Coronavirus is tearing the EU apart. Borders have sprung up throughout the Schengen free movement area. Brussels has widely been ignored as irrelevant. Member states have been implementing whatever plans they have deemed necessary. The only leverage Brussels has is money, and it hasn’t got … Continue reading Covid-19 and the EU
Until the 31st December 2020, the UK must abide by EU laws, laws over which we have no vote or veto. External rule is imposed against our will. This is a clear violation of Article 1 of the United Nations Covenant on Civil and Political … Continue reading Why there should not be a Brexit extension
Today is Remembrance Sunday. A day when, with great solemnity, our leaders lay wreaths at the Cenotaph and make speeches about how we will never forget the fallen. What did they fight for? Surely it was that we could govern ourselves democratically. If that is … Continue reading We Forgot.