Tagged with "brexit"
  • Obama-pointing-finger

    Obama slaps Remain, says Brexit will be orderly

    Humiliated, cynical, rump Remain has a certain power to spook confidence. But only for a short while. It's amazing how little of their scaremongering has come true. Obama says, in a slap in the face to Remain, Brexit will be an "orderly transition". And so it will

    by the commentator -  8 July 2016
  • Theresa-may

    How to get on in politics. Fail!

    The on-going farce in what is left of the Labour Party is nothing compared with the shin-kicking, eyeball-gouging Donnybrook going on amongst the Tories

    by Robin Mitchinson -  7 July 2016
  • European_commission

    Lying Remain camp responsible for eruption of racism

    The entire Remain campaign was based on a pack of lies. Most of the scares have already been exposed. But by haunting immigrants with fears of being deported, and thus whipping up race-based hysteria, they have one last card to play in their shameful effort to smash the democratic will of the people

    by the commentator -  5 July 2016
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    A brief Brexit blueprint

    It is doubtful Remainers would have shown any decency to Brexiteers if they had won. But we must not stoop to their level. A solid plan for Brexit must be inclusive of all Britons' views. Here's how, says Matthew Ellery from Get Britain Out

    by Matthew Ellery -  3 July 2016
  • Juncker-waving

    What's Remain on about? Of course Brexit has a plan

    The Europhiles' charge of the day is that Brexiteers don't have a plan. But we do -- to leave the EU. There is only one substantive question: remain in the single market, or go for a free trade deal. The rest, for both sides, is just tactics. Remain's argument is, once again, specious

    by the commentator -  1 July 2016
  • Container_ship

    A Smooth Brexit: Project Fear becomes Project Fail

    The shocking campaign of dishonesty known as Project Fear has crashed along with the credibility of its proponents. The FTSE is soaring, and latest data show alleged pre-Brexit damage to the economy just didn't happen

    by John Redwood MP - 30 June 2016
  • Virginia_raggi

    The future of populism after the British vote to leave

    We are usually told that populism is based on irrationality, that the people cannot be trusted. Following the Brexit vote, Europe is taking stock. And Rome's new mayor may have some lessons for Britain

    by Tim Hedges - 28 June 2016
  • Liam_fox

    Only Liam Fox can unite Conservatives and country

    Britain is changing. Our country is preparing to leave the EU. Millions of working class voters feel neglected and ignored on everything from job creation to immigration. Never has a Conservative leadership election been so vital for the future of the party, and the country. Liam Fox is the right man for the job

    by Steven George-Hilley - 28 June 2016
  • Ballot_box

    Anti-democratic hysteria gripping failed Remain camp

    UPDATE BELOW: At the 2016 referendum in Britain, established opinion did not get the rubber stamp it was looking for, and felt it was entitled to. And they're mightily pissed off about it. Their ugly, anti-democratic colours are now shining through

    by the commentator - 26 June 2016
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Nine key takeaways from Brexit

    Margaret Thatcher will be smiling down at the good sense of the British voter. The UK has voted to leave a sinking ship. The future is now bright, and Britons should seize the moment, says Dan Mitchell at the Cato Institute in Washington

    by Daniel J. Mitchell - 24 June 2016
  • Flags_latest

    INSTANT VIEW: BREXIT wins, democracy wins. Cameron, Osborne, Carney must now resign

    Leading figures in UK establishment led one of the most disgraceful scare campaigns in British political history. It failed. Cameron, Osborne, and Bank of England's Carney must resign immediately. Boris Johnson must take over as PM. We now need a new start to manage Brexit, and we need cool heads to prevail across the board

    by the commentator - 24 June 2016
  • Union_jack

    Why EU Remain is the riskier option

    The EU has learnt nothing from the terrible mistakes of the past, which continue to haunt us in the present. If Britain votes to stay in, moves, already being planned, for a superstate will be relentless. The best option for Britain is to vote to leave

    by John Redwood MP - 22 June 2016
  • Jo_cox

    Political abuse of Jo Cox murder is a threat to democracy

    The repeated attempts to draw political capital from Jo Cox's murder by the Remain campaign are inexcusable. This has taken Project Fear to a new low

    by Jeremy Havardi - 22 June 2016
  • Flag_latest

    Ignore ‘Little Europeans’ and vote for a Global Britain

    Go for Project Hope, not Project Fear. Britain can regain its independence on Thursday. These opportunities do not come around very often. Let's get Britain out of the European Union, and make a fresh start

    by Ryan Fiske - 22 June 2016
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Why latest poll putting Remain just ahead is good news for Brexit

    Remain would be very unwise to take comfort from the very latest phone poll giving them a 1 point lead. They need much more than that to win. Brexiteers should be cautiously optimistic right now. Here's why...

    by Eurosceptic - 21 June 2016