Tagged with "brexit"
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    Why Britain should leave the EU's Single Market

    The EU's Single Market started out as a sensible idea in a bi-polar world divided between the Soviet bloc and the West. But the world became global and the Single Market became a political project for big business and Brussels power grabbers. It is an obsolete idea, and Britain will be far better off running its own global trade policy as a sovereign nation, says John Redwood MP

    by John Redwood MP - 25 September 2018
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    State of Disunion: Thank goodness for Brexit

    EU State of the Union addresses are meant to mimic America's, but they are a sick joke for many "ordinary" Europeans. Commission President Juncker would not know the feelings of a European citizen if he ran over one in his chauffeur driven Mercedes. Thank goodness for Brexit

    by Tim Hedges - 21 September 2018
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    Seven tragicomic faces of Project Fear

    How much more of this nonsense do we have to listen to? John Redwood MP debunks seven of the most egregious lies of the Remain campaign. They're getting ever more desperate as the countdown to Brexit draws closer

    by John Redwood MP - 17 September 2018
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    UK business will thrive without EU red tape

    The EU is essentially a corporatist enterprise which looks after big businesses and harms smaller ones who do not have the resources to navigate the regulatory minefield. Brexit can and must put small businesses first, allowing for a growth bonanza as red tape is cut and disposed of. Let's get Britain out as soon as possible!

    by Luke Watson -  3 September 2018
  • Salvini

    Italy's populist government rides high in the polls

    The people of Italy believe, not without some justification, that their country has been ruined by a caste of people which has feathered its own nest. What the oddball combination of Di Maio and Salvini has done is to understand this discontent and to channel it. Unless the mainstream in Europe engages in radical self-reflection and reform, the populists will continue to have the ear of the people

    by Tim Hedges - 31 August 2018
  • Treausry

    Enough of us giving aid to rich EU countries. Just Brexit!

    Signing a Withdrawal Agreement to give continuing overseas aid to a group of rich countries on the continent will leave us poorer. Let’s hear the Treasury calculations of how much economic damage is done by the large payments abroad, and by the large balance of payments deficit we run with the EU under present rules. Let's just get out and reap all the benefits

    by John Redwood MP - 29 August 2018
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    EU will have to respect WTO rules in "no-deal" Brexit

    The EU has built World Trade rules into its own legal structures. So to say they will be able to stop us trading with them in a "no-deal" Brexit -- something that would harm them more than us anyway -- is both plain wrong, and typically dishonest scaremongering

    by John Redwood MP - 23 August 2018
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    UK directors see economic doom and gloom, according to IoD

    Business leaders increasingly concerned about the economy, with Brexit negotiations a major concern according to new research from the Institute of Directors

    by News Reporter - 20 August 2018
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    Two thirds of shoppers expect Brexit high street price rise next year

    Nearly two thirds of UK consumers expect Brexit to trigger a surge in high street prices next year, according to new research. The findings are contained in a new report published today from the Parliament Street think tank entitled Retail Revolution: Preparing the UK high street for Brexit, which includes polling of 1,000 UK shoppers.

    by News Reporter - 16 August 2018
  • Police

    Brexit Britain and policing Project Fear

    The British Public voted to Get Britain Out of the EU, but this does not mean ending meaningful cooperation on policing and judicial matters with our closest European allies. It's just more Project Fear dishonest scraemongering to say that either we or our European neighbours will not act in our, or their own, best interests after Brexit

    by Luke Watson - 14 August 2018
  • Barnier

    Brussels terror of Brexit raises Project Fear to extremes

    Brussles is increasingly terrified of a no deal Brexit. They would lose the 40 billion they desperately need and British success would pose a mortal threat to the EU project. They're now ramping up Project Fear to new extremes

    by John Redwood MP -  3 August 2018
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    Brexit IT boost as businesses splash out on tech to tackle uncertainty

    Explosive research from MHR Analytics reveals that 93% of UK companies anticipate a drop in revenue next year, with two thirds planning to give IT departments a cash injection to improve data analytics

    by News Reporter -  2 August 2018
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    A WTO Brexit is the best of both worlds

    If Britain leaves the EU on WTO terms this does not in fact amount to no deal. WTO is a deal, the one most countires use in international trade. We should go for that, save ourselves the 40 billion, and get Britain out of the EU as soon as possible

    by Jayne Adye -  1 August 2018
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    Brexit stirs debate about EU madness across Europe

    Britain’s impending departure from the EU has at the very least stirred up a wave of discussion on a subject largely unknown to the European people. They are suddenly beginning to realise the costs and effects of a corrupt subsidy and tariff regime most thought normal. Brexit will bring much needed perspective to the debate about the EU, which is only just getting started in continental Europe

    by Tim Hedges - 24 July 2018
  • Westminster

    Only ignorance stands in way of a real Brexit now

    Yesterday’s debate in the Commons on Brexit was dominated by people who have never run complex supply chains who were unwilling to accept they work fine with non EU as well as with EU parts. The biggest barrier to a real Brexit now is the sheer ignorance of its opponents

    by John Redwood MP - 17 July 2018