Tagged with "brexit"
  • Heseltine

    Brexit is our future, the Lords is not

    Lord Heseltine is the face of Britain's past. Brexit is the face of Britain's future. Has beens in a remote and unelected House of Lords must not be allowed to thwart the will of the British people

    by Matthew Ellery -  8 March 2017
  • Fishing

    The fishing opportunity for Brexit Britain

    Brexit is an exciting opportunity for us to reclaim our sovereignty and restore our fishing industry, taking our place alongside Norway, Iceland, and the Faroes as a regional fishing powerhouse. It's another great reason to be filled with opitimism about our post-EU future

    by Joseph Hackett -  2 March 2017
  • Corruption_demo

    A tale of two revolutions

    It was 25 years ago when Nigel Farage started out as a parliamentary candidate, taking the first steps to a very British revolution. At the same time, Italy began a revolution against corruption. One revolution succeeded, the other did not

    by Tim Hedges - 26 February 2017
  • Jean-claude_juncker

    EU countries like Italy want a smooth Brexit deal

    Having failed in the ‘we can’t go it alone’ shtick, the Remoaners’ second argument ‘we will be left high and dry by a determined, united 27’ might also be complete tosh. Italy, for one big country, is mightly concerned about all the Italians living in the UK who send money home. They'll want a smooth Brexit deal

    by Tim Hedges - 13 February 2017
  • Brexit_bill

    Everyone's coming round to Brexit

    It seems strange to recall that the House of Commons was once thought to be a major obstacle to Brexit. But as the Notification for Withdrawal Bill breezed through parliament yesterday we are reminded that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself. Rejoice. Brexit is on track, and it will be a great success

    by Joseph Hackett -  9 February 2017
  • Schultz_and_verhofstadt

    Brexit Britain won't be "punished"

    The EU is in no position to issue a "punishment beating" to Britain for having had the temerity to vote Brexit. Poor, deluded Eurocrats don't realise that it is they who are in last chance saloon as Britain forges a new and successful post-EU future

    by Matthew Ellery -  2 February 2017
  • Nick_clegg

    EU, Remainers smell of fear as Brexit trade deals loom

    Why does the EU and the embittered Remain camp care so much if Britain is in talks for free trade deals with the US and so many others? It's because they know Brexit was the right move, and their credibility is in tatters. They smell of fear

    by the commentator - 26 January 2017
  • Scales_of_justice_9_149443c

    Brexit goes forth after Supreme Court decision

    The Supreme Court has ruled that parliament must vote on triggering the much vaunted Article 50. In the end, Remainers are just looking forlorn now. Brexit is going ahead, and there's nothing they will be able to do to stop it

    by Matthew Ellery - 25 January 2017
  • Theresa-may-2

    We voted for Brexit to regain control. It's that simple

    Remainers just don't have a leg to stand on regarding the legitimacy of the Brexit referendum. Their increasingly pathetic whining shows that in reality they just aren't committed to respecting the democratic will of the people, however much they protest to the contrary. Let's just get out of the EU and have done with it

    by Matthew Ellery - 18 January 2017
  • Scales_of_justice_9_149443c

    Brexit in court. It's politics stupid

    Disagreeing with the anti-Brexit court cases has nothing to do with disrespect of the legal system. It is opposition to the courts being a playground for the rich to obstruct the democratic process. Still, Tony Blair is in on the anti-Brexit act. So there shuould be a surge in pro-Brexit sentiment

    by Matthew Ellery - 12 January 2017
  • Container_ship

    The UK economy can surge after Brexit

    Even when trade all but ceased with Europe in World War II the British economy surged ahead. The idea the UK will suffer from leaving the EU, whatever deal we strike, is poppycock, and smacks of rump Remain desperation

    by John Redwood MP - 11 January 2017
  • Tim_barrow

    PM brings a heavyweight to Brexit negotiations

    Britain's new "Brexit Ambassador" Tim Barrow is a vast improvement on his Remain-friendly predecessor, Ivan Rogers. The chances of Britain honouring the referendum mandate to get Britain out have definitely gone up

    by Joseph Hackett -  6 January 2017
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Ignore Remoaners: Regulation after Brexit is no problem

    Remainers made big play about the supposed complications of adjusting regulations after Brexit. In reality, this was just empty scare mongering. We take back control of our laws and then act in our perceived national interest. How's that for a plan?

    by John Redwood MP -  3 January 2017
  • Theresa-may-2

    Project Fear Is being discredited In real time

    The Project Fear EU Remain camp is being humiliated in real time. Their claims to competence have been flushed down the toilet as the British economy powers ahead. They need to grow up, we need to ignore them, and all of us should get Britain out of the EU as soon as possible

    by Joseph Hackett - 22 December 2016
  • Flags

    The UK should stop negotiating with itself over Brexit

    With Brexit in mind, some people in the UK need to wake up to the reality of how you do well in an auction or a negotiation. You don't tell everyone in advance and, in a team, you don't fight amongst yourselves. We hold many cards. Play then wisely, and we'll do very well

    by John Redwood MP - 19 December 2016