Tagged with "brexit"
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Britain’s bright future after Brexit

    It is becoming clearer and clearer, from multiple sources and multiple countries, that Britain has a bright future after Brexit. Let's make it happen as soon as possible and prove to future generations that voters made the right decision

    by Jayne Adye - 17 October 2016
  • Cbi

    The CBI’s journey from ‘Project Fear’ to ‘Remoaner’

    The pro-EU CBI has not held its hands up after its Project Fear predictions all collapsed. Instead, it continues to peddle the myth of economic melt down. The organisation has moved seamlessly from an agent of ‘Project Fear’ to a ‘Remoaner’, crossing its fingers and wishing for the apocalypse

    by Matthew Ellery - 12 October 2016
  • Brexit_gets_going

    Brexit Britain gets going

    The EU Referendum showed the global establishment British voters will not be told what to do. It is fitting we now have a PM who will not be told what to do by Brussels bureaucrats or their fellow leaders, but rather they will obey the wishes of the Great British Public. Brexit is getting going

    by Jayne Adye - 23 September 2016
  • European_commission

    A 7 point Action Plan for Brexit

    Amid continued nonsense from rump Remain, there are plenty of well thought out ideas for Brexit. John Redwood MP offers a 7 point Action Plan

    by John Redwood MP -  5 September 2016
  • 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
  • Medals

    Let's face it. Rio Olympic success is down to Brexit

    It's a Brexit medals fest for Britain in Rio. The next closest European nation, Germany, has a mere 26 medals, not far short of half the British total. And no wonder. How inspired can their athletes be knowing they're doing it all for Jean-Claude Drunker?

    by Never a truer word - 17 August 2016
  • London

    How the City of London can thrive after Brexit

    Whilst key players in the City supported Remain for the sake of stability, many are now positive about the opportunities Brexit will bring. And with good reason. Once we get Britain out of the EU, expect to see the UK financial sector go from strength to strength

    by Ryan Fiske - 12 August 2016
  • Flag_latest

    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
  • Patience-wheatcroft-006

    Patience Wheatcroft's shabby case against democracy

    Baroness Wheatcroft, who wants to trash the results of the June 23 referendum, should just come out and say it: she has joined the neo-authoritarian camp, like so many of her colleagues in Remain

    by The Commentator -  5 August 2016
  • English_flag

    Don't forget England in the Brexit process

    Brexit is a Union matter and has to proceed as such. Other matters like the financial settlement within the UK are as much English as Scottish issues. England still needs more recognition in our democratic structure, and Scottish separatism hasn't been boosted by Brexit anyway

    by John Redwood MP -  4 August 2016
  • Commonwealth

    Britain’s future is with the Commonwealth

    With Brexit we have a chance to right the historic wrong of joining the EU and betraying our natural allies. Now, once again, we can fully re-engage with the Commonwealth

    by Ryan Fiske - 28 July 2016
  • Pounds

    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
  • Donald-tusk

    May's first test. Hit EU bigots like Tusk hard, real hard

    Hard-line neo-authoritarian Donald Tusk, European Council President, has said he wants to punish Britain for having the temerity to vote to leave the EU. Let's fight back. Ban this bigot, and demand his dismissal now

    by the commentator - 14 July 2016