29.03.17 – The Prime Minister fires the starting gun for BrExit.
“in order to provide continuity, we will adopt the Acquis”
“a narrow focus on the European Union (EU) has led to Britain missing out on opportunities presented by its Commonwealth links”
Tory MPs back Jake Berry’s plan to give fast-track visas to our 52 Commonwealth countries MPs have signed up to a plan to give citizens of the 52 Commonwealth countries “fast-track” visas to the UK after Brexit. A letter to the Home Secretary, published in The Daily Telegraph newspaper, says loosening visa control on Commonwealth […]
… he was a “very adequate mayor, I think, of some city in Luxembourg and maybe he should go back and do that again”.
Everyone living in the property in Stoke has been forced to leave, not just Mr Nuttall.
The Government have put it down “under the radar” as a “negative statutory instrument” which means it will automatically go through unless an MP formally objects.
COURTESY OF GUIDO FAWKES 8TH AUGUST 2016 Despite claims from Remainers that a Brexit vote would see consumer confidence plummet, new figures out today show spending has surged since the referendum. Just a few weeks ago Remain doom-mongers were writing about a “dent in confidence”, how people were “gloomy” about their finances and wanted to […]
By Daily Bell Staff – March 17, 2016 The longer-term effects of Brexit are … likely to be adverse. Most studies suggest that economic growth would suffer. A detailed analysis from the Bank of England in October found that EU membership had benefited the British economy. Attempts to model the consequences of Brexit point to economic […]
“EU deal is ‘spin operation of very flimsy and insubstantial grounds”. He said: “The bottom line is that it’s not legally binding and irreversible. There is no reference to irreversibility and that matters.