Last chance saloon shifts to February 14th – an appropriate date given Parliament’s love affair with the EU! We are doomed not to get the clean Brexit we voted for and were promised by our W… Continue Reading »
So Boris is now seemingly prepared to acquiesce to May’s abysmal withdrawal agreement on the basis of securing an end date for the backstop. He and the rest of the so-called Tory Brexiteers are … Continue Reading »
The Brexit Steering Group today stressed that following the rejection by the House of Commons of the Withdrawal Agreement and the Political Declaration, the UK Government must work together with… Continue Reading »
The vote against Mrs May’s botched Withdrawal Agreement could hardly have been more decisive and it’s staggering to wonder how highly paid, experienced civil servants and the leader of our c… Continue Reading »
An extension to Article 50 would be the final betrayal of the will of the people and I fear could lead to public anger, not seen in the UK for many years. The elite political class – which never… Continue Reading »
The bombshell legal note, leaked today, vindicates president Trump’s assertion that Theresa May’s deal would prevent a UK-US free trade agreement and directly contradicts the Downing Street … Continue Reading »
The EU's direction and intent could not be more clear!
West Midlands Independent MEP James Carver today criticised the EU’s foreign policy ambitions following the sitting of the EP Foreign Affairs Committee, when there was a vote on the implementati… Continue Reading »
It may not be the norm to share legal advice, but Brexit is an unprecedented situation and MPs need to know how the Irish backstop would work. It’s outrageous to even contemplate that they be denied such detail; they must know what we are signing up to before Parliament votes.
What a waste of time for local politicians to spend more than an hour discussing whether Worcester City Council should support calls for a second referendum - in a town that voted to leave the E… Continue Reading »
Proposals by the EU to move from unanimity to qualified majority voting in a bid to show it is serious about tackling tax evasion, have been described as a “ploy” towards ever closer union by a … Continue Reading »