Tagged with "Brexit"
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    Brexit dividend if we take back regulatory control

    Excessive EU-mandated red tape has made our economy less productive and less competitive. While we will retain sensible regulations that ensure good standards, Brexit will allow us to save billions of pounds a year, and will be a particular boon to the engine of our economy -- small business. Let's reap that Brexit dividend!

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie - 17 January 2020
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    Recommended Reads

    A selection of the most interesting stories out there for the evening of Tuesday 7th January

    by Political News -  7 January 2020
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    News Round-Up

    A round-up of the most important and interesting news stories for the evening of Monday 30th December

    by Political News - 30 December 2019
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    Driving the Day

    The news stories that are driving the news and political agenda for Monday 30th December.

    by Political News - 30 December 2019
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    Sunday Selection

    Our selection of the most interesting stories and articles out there; to keep you informed on Sunday 29th December

    by Political News - 29 December 2019
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    Back to reality: UK defence after Brexit

    While EU fanatics remain mired in the delusion that the EU has preserved peace in Europe, we must use our influence after Brexit to reinvigorate support for NATO, the true guarantor of peace and stability on the European continent

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie - 19 December 2019
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    Italy not yet ready for Leave, but watching Brexit closely

    The Italians are suspicious of Europe, perhaps no more than that, right now. But they are watching Britain and if we make a success of Brexit their suspicions will take root. They will want out. As Salvini said after the UK election, ‘Go Boris’

    by Tim Hedges - 17 December 2019
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    Where should the UK go in future Brexit negotiations?

    The post-election Brexit negotiations with Brussels will be vital for our nation so we can decide the path we will follow for the coming decades. We can set an ambitious approach to negotiations which will allow us freedom from the EU in all forms, or we can remain shackled to the EU with both Labour and the Liberal Democrats

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie - 29 November 2019
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    Yorkshire resident writes letter to Luxembourg’s PM over his treatment of Boris

    Matt Snape reports on the Prime Minister of Luxembourg's refusal to apologise over his recent poor treatment of the British Prime Minister.

    by Matt Snape - 27 November 2019
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    Italy isn't working

    Italy is a wonderful country, but right now, when you look at the dam outside Venice which has never functioned, the rubbish on the streets of Rome and the ailing, deformed babies of Taranto, you get the feeling it just doesn’t work

    by Tim Hedges - 21 November 2019
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    Nigel Farage must do the right thing to secure Brexit

    Nigel Farage needs to see the real picture. With the Brexit Party still standing in various vital Tory target seats in the North, Wales and in SNP-Conservative marginals in Scotland, Remainers may simply cling on to control in Brexit-voting areas with neither the Tories nor the Brexit Party gaining enough support to oust them. This could yet cost us a Brexit supporting majority in Parliament

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie - 14 November 2019
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    Flipping MPs! Why can't we get rid of them?

    If we want to restore trust in democracy, we cannot allow the kind of antics we have seen by Remain MPs to continue. If our elected representatives change party, they should be required to face a by-election

    by Joshua Mackenzie-Lawrie -  1 November 2019
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    How Brexit could Benefit the UK’s Pubs and Clubs

    Harry Todd argues that Brexit will be brilliant for Britain's nightlife!

    by Harry Todd - 23 October 2019
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    Brexit and the Democratic Deficit

    Dr. Sean Gabb draws parallels between today and "the People vs. the Peers" election of 1910

    by Dr. Sean Gabb - 21 October 2019
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    What Boris might say in his speech on Saturday

    Let us assume that the European heads of government follow the lead of the Commission President in refusing to consider any further extension to our membership of the European Union. This being so, here is Sean Gabb's suggested draft for Boris Johnson’s speech to the House of Commons this coming Saturday the 19th October 2019.

    by Dr. Sean Gabb - 17 October 2019