Tagged with "brexit"
  • Vikings

    BREAKING: Vikings will re-invade Britain in event of Brexit

    According to reliable sources close to David Cameron and the European Commission, the rape and pillage of the Vikings will return to Britain if the UK votes to leave the EU

    by Project Fear, or Captain Spoof? -  9 May 2016
  • Pills

    EU Project Fear now says Brexit would put UK access to medicine at risk

    Following claims by the Remain camp that beaches could become covered in sewage, millions of jobs would be lost, and terrorism threats would increase, the latest warning is that Britain would lose access to cutting edge medecines in the event of Brexit

    by the commentator -  8 May 2016
  • Container_ship

    Our democracy is not for sale to the EU

    When people see their vote having little effect on the world around them in a time of austerity, but still see big business getting preferential treatment, they lose faith in democracy. This is how the EU is conducting the massive TTIP trade deal with the US. It's another reason to get Britain out of the EU on June 23

    by Ryan Fiske -  7 May 2016
  • Donald_trump

    Donald Trump backs Brexit

    After Barack Obama's intervention in the UK referendum debate backfired, the man who could replace him, Donald Trump, has come out in favour of Britain leaving the EU, in remarks which will embarrass David Cameron

    by the commentator -  6 May 2016
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Brexit: 8 reasons we're better off out

    From strengthened GDP due to not wasting tens of billions on the EU budget to cheaper energy, independent fishing policy, and an enhanced ability to trade in the world, the case for Brexit is overwhelming

    by John Redwood MP - 29 April 2016
  • Flags

    Remain doesn't get it. If they win, the EU is still doomed

    UPDATE: Boris Johnson is now being slated (by Sky News and others) for using this argument. But he's quite right. EU Remain may win in June, but it will be a Pyrrhic victory. All previous pan-European projects have failed, going back to the Romans. The dishonest tactics of the Europhiles add yet more contempt about the establishment way of doing things. If they win, it's a case of one more such victory, and they're lost

    by the commentator - 24 April 2016
  • Obama_and_cameron

    Time for Britain’s own Declaration of Independence

    Obama coming out in favour of Project Fear, ordering Britain to remain a vassal state of the EU, is a glaring contradiction to his trademark message about the audacity of hope. His pro-EU ranting is unacceptable hypocrisy on so many levels

    by Matthew Ellery - 22 April 2016
  • Juncker

    Juncker's mock concern about Britain

    European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker effects mock concern over British complaints about the EU. The truth is Brussels hasn't the slightest intention of changing course from more and more centralisation

    by John Redwood MP - 21 April 2016
  • Doggy

    EU Remain campaign says household pets could die in event of Brexit

    Citing the example of Greenland, where dogs and cats were wiped out by a virus after leaving the EEC, the EU Remain campaign has issued a new, dire warning about the consequences of Brexit

    by The Liar - 20 April 2016
  • Pinocchio-970x545

    Should Brexiters respond in kind to Remain's mad claims? 5K better off a year anyone?

    UPDATE BELOW: The Remain campaign is totally unscrupulous. So let's start a bidding war. Osborne claims Brexit will cost all of us £4,300 a year. So why don't we say we'll be better off by £5,000 a year? 3 million jobs lost if we go? So, 4 million if we stay? It's all bollocks, but they started it. Shall we respond in kind?

    by Eurosceptic - 18 April 2016
  • Easyjet

    Cameron's EU plane crash

    In his desperation to keep Britain in the EU, David Cameron is lurching from one bizarre and misleading claim to another. But his latest attempt to scare Britons into thinking Brexit would mean an end to cheap flights really takes the air biscuit

    by Ryan Fiske - 12 April 2016
  • Brandenburg_gate

    Why Germany will ensure a painless Brexit

    Germany is quintessentially pragmatic when dealing with conflictual situations. That's why they will ensure Brexit is as smooth and painless as possible for all concerned. Berlin won't play Project Fear when it comes to the crunch

    by the commentator - 11 April 2016
  • David-cameron

    Cameron's shameful propaganda pamphlet is itself a reason to quit EU

    All that the government's latest move has done, in preparing to send out a £9 million pro-EU propaganda pamphlet, is make me even more determined to rally everyone I know to vote to leave the EU in June. Dishonesty doesn't pay Dave, as you're about to find out

    by Eurosceptic - 11 April 2016
  • Merkel_cheering

    Merkel would force fair deal for Britain under Brexit

    UPADATE BELOW: The issue is ultra sensitive because the European Commission wants to frighten Brits into voting to stay. But reliable sources say Merkel will force a fair deal between a Brexited UK and the EU

    by the commentator - 10 April 2016
  • Europe

    Brexit will cause Europeans to rethink the whole project

    The prospect of Brexit will cause Europeans to reconsider the shambles an unelected elite has made of the continent. They will open their eyes and see that the EU is the continent’s past, not its future

    by Tim Hedges - 10 April 2016