Tag Archives: Nigel Farage

Why a second EU referendum is vital


I confess to being someone who voted to remain, and would do the same again today if a referendum was being held (being a Thursday it is more likely today than tomorrow). However despite this my view that a second … Continue reading

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What to do with £140m of public money


The way in which we spend public money or rather how it is spent on our behalf varies wildly depending on ones point of view. This weekend Boris Johnson has written a piece in the Telegraph, once again promoting the … Continue reading

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One of my MEP’s is missing!


The news that the President of The US invited one of my MEPs to dinner following his visit to the Whitehouse at the weekend was widely publicised by Mr Farage using this photo on social media and quickly picked up … Continue reading

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Between a rock and a soft place


In the last few days the Executive Orders emanating from the White House and their chaotic nature have taken many of those I know who voiced support for Donald Trump by surprise and caused them to rephrase their support. However … Continue reading

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We need local debates to shape Brexit


On Friday the Argus newspaper carried the following piece written by me as their Opinion Piece on the idea that if we are to get the best deal from leaving the EU we need local debates that cross the Leave/Remain … Continue reading

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Why do Politicians spoil Christmas?


Last Christmas I posted a blog about the seasonal message from David Cameron as Prime Minister. As I pointed out there was little wrong with the message itself, however coming from a man who had overseen five years of the … Continue reading

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The pipers who play their own tunes


From April 2017 all businesses will be assessed to see if their wage bill is high enough to pay a new form of tax called the apprenticeship levy. This will only become payable if the wage bill exceeds £3M or … Continue reading

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