Tagged with "brexit"
  • Europe

    Britain has beaten Continental bullies before

    As we have done before, we will push past the bullies in Europe as a truly global trading nation, and we will emerge triumphant from the Brexit negotiations by defying threats, embracing our global connections, and believing in the Great British Public

    by Alexander Fluza - 28 July 2017
  • Verhofstadt

    Why Brussels will calm down about Brexit

    With Verhofstadt's and Barnier's wrecking tactics now fully exposed, and with yet another massive crisis looming over Poland, Brussels simply cannot afford a fight with Britain. Merkel and company will ensure a smooth Brexit, because they ultimately have no choice

    by the commentator - 24 July 2017
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    Trade deal offers show post-Brexit world is our oyster

    At least 35 countries have expressed an interest in a free trade deal with Brexit Britain, including the United States, Japan, and Australia. Brexit is going to be a bonanza. So drop the pessimism, and get behind it

    by Joseph Hackett - 20 July 2017
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Dishonest Remainers struggle with Brexit successes

    The UK economy has done fine since the Brexit vote. But, as all their predictions fail, dishonest Remainers in the media and elsewhere keep shifting the goal posts. The truth is that Brexit is mainly political anyway. It is about what we do with our sovereignty when we retreive it

    by John Redwood MP - 17 July 2017
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    BREXIT: The vital importance of the Great Repeal Bill

    The Great Repeal Bill, also known as The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, is a vital step in recovering Britain's sovereignty. Opportunists and anti-democratic opponents of Brexit are therefore trying to stop it in its tracks. They must not succeed

    by Joseph Hackett - 14 July 2017
  • Cameron_and_juncker

    The senseless Remoaning Tory "sensibles"

    The anti-democratic Remainers in the Conservative Party are actually more likely to ensure that Britain leaves the EU without a deal. Their divisive tactics just mean the default position of the hardest possible Brexit is more likely to occur than not. Cameron and Hammond should be careful what they wish for

    by Alexander Fluza - 11 July 2017
  • Refugees

    EU refugee chaos continues to spiral out of control

    In defiance of everything the European Union is supposed to stand for, France and Austria have closed their borders with Italy to stop refugees. Let us remember this the next time some drivelling Europhile Remainer talks about the EU being a force for peace

    by Tim Hedges - 10 July 2017
  • Happy_dover

    Five reasons why Brexit will be fine without a deal

    Project Fear continues to spread scare stories about Brexit on a daily basis. The hysteria mainly centers on the alleged catastrophe if we leave the EU with no deal. John Redwood MP deals with five key issues which rip the Remain case to shreds

    by John Redwood MP - 30 June 2017
  • Migrants-rome-756310

    Why Italy's migrant problem has not led to terrorism

    With huge numbers of undocumented migrants from hot spot Muslim countries one might have thought Italy would have a major terrorism problem. It doesn't, and that is because it just does its intelligence, policing, and community management better, and unshackled from political correctness

    by Tim Hedges - 29 June 2017
  • European_commission

    Enough talk about a transitional deal with the EU

    A transitional arrangement could easily end up meaning another five years until Brexit means Brexit. That could mean Brexit doesn't happen at all. The talk of a transitional arrangement needs to stop. Let's just get Britain out, and stop the dithering

    by Alexander Fluza - 28 June 2017
  • May_and_merkel

    Misjudging Brexit: Strong Germany vs weakened Britain

    There is much delusional talk following the general election about a weak Britain and a strong Germany. But the Prime Minister is actually in a much stronger position than Mrs. Merkel in their respective parliaments. Rump Remain needs to pay more attention to the world as it is than as they'd wish it to be

    by John Redwood MP - 27 June 2017
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    INSTANT VIEW: May stuns critics with Queen's speech

    The Queen's Speech was a brilliant illustration of how less can be more. Theresa May has shown that modern Britain has one and only one top priority: deliver on Brexit and, thus, back the will of the people. Opponents of this government's core agenda must now accept that they oppose democracy itself

    by the commentator - 21 June 2017
  • Dick_taverne

    Anti-Brexit Lib Dems now full-on neo-authoritarian party

    Even calling the party the Liberal Democrats is fake news. That these anti-Brexit scoundrels are neither liberal nor democratic is no longer a cheap jibe. It is the most accurate way to characterise them. The Lib Dems are now a full-on neo-authoritarian party

    by the commentator - 20 June 2017
  • Eu_flag_union_jack

    Pro-Brexit, Pro-Europe: Not so hard to understand

    As Britain and the EU begin Brexit negotiations it is timely to restate a fact that is easily missed: Britain is not leaving Europe, just the EU. Brexit is a liberating force for enlightened internationalism, and a rejection of narrow regionalism. Our friends in Europe should embrace our decision, and discard their prejudices

    by Jack Tagholm–Child - 17 June 2017
  • European_commission

    Either in or out: There is no hard or soft Brexit

    The obsessive disucssion in mainstream media about a supposed choice between hard and soft Brexit is based on an entirely false premise. We either leave the Single Market and Customs Union or we don't really leave the EU. It's real Brexit or fake Brexit. At the general election, 86% of voters went for real Brexit. That choice must be respected

    by John Redwood MP - 16 June 2017