Category Archives: EU Referendum

The Government appears to have a chaotic immigration policy


On Monday in Parliament four Conservative MPs including Gillian Keegan, the MP for Chichester asked Sajid Javid the same question and then there was a brief set of additional questions from them and some colleagues from other parties. The answers … Continue reading

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A poor grasp of racism from someone who should know much better


Over the last ten days there have been two public statements by Melanie Phillips on the theme of racism that both raise some serious questions. According to Wikipedia Melanie who is a Jew was born to parents who arrived in … Continue reading

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“We have a leave population and a remain Parliament”


Speaking this morning on the Andrew Marr show, Liam Fox made the above comment, proving that his capacity to understand his colleagues and the nation his Government is supposed to be leading and serving is close to zero. Tragically Liam … Continue reading

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We have no confidence in Parliament


Whilst the vote results regarding Her Majesty’s Government have given Theresa May and her Cabinet the opportunity to continue with their ‘plans’ it seems time for the public to be given an opportunity to raise their concerns that irrespective of … Continue reading

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If Theresa wins today she must then return to propose a referendum


Assuming that the Labour Party and its allies fails to deliver a no confidence vote against the Government today, which seems probable given that there are more votes available to the Conservatives and the DUP than the rest of an … Continue reading

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Western Democrats act in a manner that is deeply embarrassing


The UK news over the last few days understandably is focused on our appalling chaos in the House of Commons over a public vote that took place 30 months ago involving 33.6m people which was called for and prepared amongst … Continue reading

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The real ‘catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust’


Rather than trying to communicate with the rest of the public, Theresa has written in todays Sunday Express, stating: “You, the British people, voted to leave. And then, in the 2017 General Election, 80% of you voted for MPs who … Continue reading

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