Tagged with "brexit"
  • 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
  • Olu-eletu-13086-unsplash

    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
  • Dover-port-515752

    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
  • Flags_italy_eu

    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
  • Own_goal

    Eurosceptics across Europe watch Brexit own goal

    What makes Brexit interesting to Italians and other Europeans is that the UK team seemed to be without a captain and determinedly kicking towards its own end. Meanwhile, unbeknown to the Brits, the other side is terrified of them; terrified of the domino effect from fans in Europe who might emulate their style, and terrified of losing the 40 billion in ticketing revenue. Come on, let's change tactics, get to the final, and bring it all home

    by Tim Hedges - 11 July 2018
  • Theresa_surrenders

    May's Brexit in name only is a betrayal of the nation

    The Prime Minister, who believes in Brexit in name only, is forcing Britain down a middle-way where we will never truly be free to benefit from the Brexit dividend. No Deal would be a far better deal than this elaborate soft squidgy fudge

    by Joshua King -  6 July 2018
  • Chequers

    Britain should give Brussels an ultimatum, and mean it

    Time to give Brussels an ultimatum. If they thought it was a simple choice of a Free Trade Agreement or the no deal WTO option, they would be likely to choose the Free Trade Agreement, which is in their best interests. But we must end the dithering, and clearly state we will walk away if they continue to negotiate in bad faith

    by John Redwood MP -  5 July 2018
  • Eu_flag

    EU fails to smother the resurgent nation state

    The European project is designed to smother the nation state, and democracy with it. But the cracks in that edifice are now so wide that it can only be a matter of time before the resurgent nation state strikes back with a lethal blow

    by Tim Hedges -  4 July 2018
  • Juncker

    Remain’s ‘Project Fear’ lies should fool no one

    The true shamelessness of Project Fear has reached a crescendo roar. As the clock ticks down to Brexit, they become ever more desperate; lies, such as BMW quitting the UK come, and then go. As Remain thrashes around in its death throes, its ugly, dishonest, anti-democratic face is there for all to see

    by Joshua King - 30 June 2018
  • Eu_summit

    BREXIT: It's time to tell the EU to get real or get lost

    Enough is enough. The EU now needs to offer a comprehensive free trade agreement for goods and services which leaves the UK free to spend it own money, make its own laws, and conduct its own trade policy. If the EU rejects any such suggestion then the UK should simply leave on March 29 2019 without a deal and without paying Brussels a penny

    by John Redwood MP - 28 June 2018
  • Merkel

    Migration strikes at core of EU's existential crisis

    When some writers have said that immigration is an existential matter for Europe, they are not exaggerating. The EU has to decide whether it is a loose association of independent states, or an ever closer union of the likeminded. Soon, it must choose

    by Tim Hedges - 26 June 2018
  • House_of_lords

    A nail in the coffin of Brexit-phobic House of Lords

    Despite their disgraceful attempts to do so, the Lords won't stop Brexit. But in shamelessly attempting to thwart the democratic will, they have achieved something: the British people are now alive to the necessity to scrap this corrupt institution and replace it with something better

    by Stephen Mitchell - 22 June 2018
  • Flags_latest

    US Ambassador hails benefits of Brexit

    Where are we on the road to Brexit? We have passed legislation to ensure the UK Parliament and courts take back control the day we leave the EU, and our departure is valid in international law. The world is rallying to Brexit's benefits as the words of encouragement from the US Ambassador show. Now let's just get on with it

    by John Redwood MP - 22 June 2018
  • The_aquarius

    Inconvenient truths about Italy's migrant problem

    There is a murky truth about the way NGOs have been working with people traffickers to help migrants get into Europe. That's not the story the mainstream media is telling you about Italy and migration

    by Tim Hedges - 20 June 2018