Tagged with "brexit"
  • Cameron_pamphlet

    Government EU propaganda pamphlet will backfire

    The government's taxpayer funded pro-EU propaganda pamphlet is a disgrace. But it will backfire on Cameron and make Brexit more likely, says John Redwood MP

    by John Redwood MP -  9 April 2016
  • Farmers

    British farmers will fare best from Brexit

    British farmers are being ripped off by the EU. Project Fear is trying to scare farmers, and everyone else, into thinking it will all go to pot if we Brexit. It won't. A brighter, more prosperous future awaits, which is why we must get Britain out

    by Chris Carter -  8 April 2016
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    Living in the EU means a costly dependence for Britain

    The EU model put out by the Remain campaign is a model for economic dependence. Taken to extremes it leads to bankruptcy as we have seen in Greece and Cyprus. Leaving the EU will immediately give us back more of our own money to spend on our priorities. Let's do it

    by John Redwood MP -  4 April 2016
  • Trident_submarine

    Brexit to death? UK security at risk? Really?

    It seems highly unlikely that Brexit would harm Britain's national security, though we must do it in a sensible manner. Much of the noise in Europe is the familiar scaremongering

    by Charles Crawford - 29 March 2016
  • Flags

    Would Obama please butt out of Brexit debate?

    Given Obama's hopeless foreign policy, you'd have thought he'd stay out of the Brexit debate. But no. He's lecturing Britain on staying in. Fine. Every time he opens his mouth he creates thousands more Brexiteers.

    by Robin Mitchinson - 23 March 2016
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    International Women's Day: We can Brexit

    Today’s celebrations are about the achievements of women all over the world. In many cases, these liberties and successes have been hard fought against incredible odds. Our next big challenge is to get Britain building a brighter, global future. With one voice it’s time to say “We can Brexit!”

    by Clare George-Hilley -  8 March 2016
  • Train_wreck

    What has been the most damaging EU policy so far?

    John Redwood MP outlines a list of the 5 most damaging policies of the European Union. Do you agree with him? Can you think of any additional items?

    by John Redwood MP -  4 March 2016
  • I_ain't_afraid_of_no_

    Don’t be spooked by Remain Campaign’s EU scare stories

    The desperation and horror stories currently being peddled by the Remain campaign will only make the case for Brexit stronger. Britain is a proud nation that is ready to stand on its own two feet by rejecting the political experiment that is the EU

    by Clare George-Hilley - 28 February 2016
  • Renzi_and_juncker

    Italy calls foul on the EU

    Storm clouds are gathering over Italy, and others, again, as the European project exacerbates enduring problems. There's trouble coming, and the Eurosceptic heat is rising from below

    by Tim Hedges - 26 February 2016
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Bravo Boris Johnson and Michael Gove on Brexit

    While the remain campaign is mired in shallowness, in Michael Gove and Boris Johnson two heavyweights of British politics have put their considerable muscle behind the camapign to save our democracy and leave the EU. Bravo, says John Redwood MP

    by John Redwood MP - 23 February 2016
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    We have winning ingredients for The Great British Brexit

    The Prime Minister has returned from Brussels with a half-baked deal which underlines the case for Britain taking control and leaving the European Union. But that can only happen with the full backing of maverick Cabinet members, think tanks and a united grassroots movement, says Clare George-Hilley

    by Clare George-Hilley - 21 February 2016
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    Cabinet star Priti Patel attends Vote Leave Brexit rally in London

    Vote Leave gets a boost with support from Justice Secretary Michael Gove and Employment Minister Priti Patel who have visited the campaign's London HQ for a major telecanvassing session

    by Steven George-Hilley - 20 February 2016
  • Brussels

    Gaming Britain's "deal" with the EU?

    Some cynics think Cameron et al are trying to make it look as though the UK is winning a deal worth having with Brussels. The truth is that the shenanigans show how little power Britain has as a member of the EU. Our partners do not want to offer us what we want and need

    by John Redwood MP - 17 February 2016
  • European-commission-building-flags

    Brexit looks way better than staying in

    The Better Stay in Europe campaign is totally negative, and that's because the benefits of Brexit far outweigh anything that is positive in Britain remaining in the EU. Brexit can be done, and it should be

    by John Redwood MP -  1 February 2016
  • Uk_and_eu_flags

    No, Brexit won't harm or downgrade Britain abroad

    Third rate analysts in tandem with Europhile scaremongerers say Britain will lose influence in the world after Brexit. The exact oppositie is true: a globaly-oriented Britain will be free from the narrow and insular regionalism of Brussels

    by Chris Muspratt - 23 January 2016