Tagged with "break up of the European Union"
  • Container_ship

    Through greater trade we can have a greater Britain

    Brexit will enable the UK to throw off the EU shackles. The increasing demand for British goods and services from Commonwealth nations has the potential to boost the UK economy for years to come. As the EU continues to decline, British exporters should be licking their lips at the prospect of a Brexit bonanza

    by Chris Carter - 20 August 2016
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    Pro-EU camp humiliated again as UK economy surges

    Retail sales for July, the first significant data set on the real economy to come in since Brexit, rose 1.4 percent, against expectations of 0.2 percent. So, mainstream economists thought the high street economy was chugging along at precisely one seventh the rate it was actually moving. That's why we Brexiteers were right to ignore the incompetent establishment

    by the commentator - 19 August 2016
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    The IFS are completely wrong about Brexit

    The Institute for Fiscal Studies suggests the British economy could lose tens of billions through quitting the EU. They are Remain through and through. It's all sour grapes, and they should look at the facts

    by John Redwood MP - 11 August 2016
  • Pile-of-rubbish

    The Euro and complete rubbish

    If Italians lose faith with the status quo -- and just the latest mafia scandal on refuse collection is spiralling -- Beppe Grillo could form the next government. His Five-star Movement has promised a referendum on Italy remaining in the euro. Rubbish could yet secure the demise of the single currency

    by Tim Hedges -  9 August 2016
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    Brexit can end managed decline, forge new global Britain

    The British establishment adopted "managed decline" after Suez, viewing the EU as a crutch to sustain us. It was a historic mistake for many reasons. But Brexit means we have a new opportunity. We must seize it

    by Ryan Fiske -  6 August 2016
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    No to an "Emergency Brake" on EU migration

    Brussels and British diplomats seem to be trying to cook up a plan for us to remain in the single market via a temporary "emergency brake" we can apply on migration. That's not what we voted for. We must reject the idea, and respect the referendum

    by John Redwood MP - 25 July 2016
  • May_and_merkel

    How Brexit can mean Brexit

    In order to regain control of our borders we must reject the single market and go for free trade with the EU instead. Johnson, Davis and Fox are the right people to get us where we need to be. It's happening. Britain is indeed leaving the EU

    by Ryan Fiske - 22 July 2016
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    Project Fear now totally exposed as economy booms

    The establishment non-entities who predicted that Brexit would cause immediate harm to the economy have egg all over their faces as new data comes in and the Bank of England back tracks. Thank goodness the majority of Brits ignored these losers

    by Eurosceptic - 21 July 2016
  • Customs

    Free movement and Brexit

    Post Brexit, the way to control numbers will be through a work permit system with quotas for skilled and qualified people we want, adapted to our needs. There is no need to stop people coming here as visitors or to invest and set up businesses. Yet again, Brexit is going to be perfectly smooth, defying all the scare stories

    by John Redwood MP - 21 July 2016
  • David_davis

    Article 50 and the Brexit process explained

    Article 50 and the European Communities Act 1972 need some explaining. What does not need explanation is, "Brexit means Brexit". We must hold Theresa May to her word

    by Matthew Ellery - 15 July 2016
  • Europe

    Let's get cracking on Brexit: borders and money first

    The negotiation needs to start from the proposition that we are taking back control of our borders and money. These should not be in contention. The only thing the UK would like is continued tariff free trade. How's that for a plan?

    by John Redwood MP - 12 July 2016
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    Obama slaps Remain, says Brexit will be orderly

    Humiliated, cynical, rump Remain has a certain power to spook confidence. But only for a short while. It's amazing how little of their scaremongering has come true. Obama says, in a slap in the face to Remain, Brexit will be an "orderly transition". And so it will

    by the commentator -  8 July 2016
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    Lying Remain camp responsible for eruption of racism

    The entire Remain campaign was based on a pack of lies. Most of the scares have already been exposed. But by haunting immigrants with fears of being deported, and thus whipping up race-based hysteria, they have one last card to play in their shameful effort to smash the democratic will of the people

    by the commentator -  5 July 2016
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    A brief Brexit blueprint

    It is doubtful Remainers would have shown any decency to Brexiteers if they had won. But we must not stoop to their level. A solid plan for Brexit must be inclusive of all Britons' views. Here's how, says Matthew Ellery from Get Britain Out

    by Matthew Ellery -  3 July 2016
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    What's Remain on about? Of course Brexit has a plan

    The Europhiles' charge of the day is that Brexiteers don't have a plan. But we do -- to leave the EU. There is only one substantive question: remain in the single market, or go for a free trade deal. The rest, for both sides, is just tactics. Remain's argument is, once again, specious

    by the commentator -  1 July 2016