Tag Archives: EU Referendum

The many benefits of freedom of movement


Several bits of news or information came into my hearing or reading yesterday that all relate to the importance of our nation and our need to discuss and debate matters such as a freedom of movement and open borders. I … Continue reading

Posted in Brighton & Hove, Community Safety, EU Referendum, Immigration, Parliament and Democracy, Syria | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

A scary headline – that speaks of a double disaster!


The image shown here with the headline is from yesterdays Telegraph posting on Facebook. It would be a silly mistake to assume that one headline on any newspaper is reliable, however taken in two parts and then read together this … Continue reading

Posted in EU Referendum, Parliament and Democracy | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

My MEP is finally speaking sense


One of the ten MEPs in the South East who I usually disagree with has at last written an article about the 2016 EU referendum that I found I could understand and partly agree with. His name is Daniel Hannan … Continue reading

Posted in EU Referendum, Parliament and Democracy | Tagged , | Leave a comment

We need to challenge these deceitful comments


Just over a week ago the MP for Crawley attempted to mislead his colleagues and misrepresent the views of his constituents. I contacted him via Facebook and pointed out that although 58% of the people in Crawley who voted in … Continue reading

Posted in EU Referendum, Parliament and Democracy | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Mrs Thatchers single Market


The value of our nation remaining in the Customs Union and the Single Market offers some significant economic benefits. As the image above makes clear, coming from the memoirs of Margaret Thatcher, when she reflected on her creation of the … Continue reading

Posted in Economics, EU Referendum, Parliament and Democracy | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The need for greater clarity


At present our understanding of what a post Brexit world will look like is becoming even more confused as Politicians and ex-Civil Servants attempt to explain matters using simple metaphors. Few hungry people would turn down a packet of crisps, … Continue reading

Posted in EU Referendum, Parliament and Democracy | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Johnson describes how his Government lied!


As the Foreign Secretary took to the lectern at a right wing think tank yesterday to give his speech on Brexit, within a couple of paragraphs he had made a strong case for him and his colleagues to reverse their … Continue reading

Posted in EU Referendum, Parliament and Democracy | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment