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A Modest Proposal for a Referendum Act

A Modest Proposal for a Referendum Act by Monty Skew The democratic  system is broken. Parliament was prorogued and that has now been deemed unlawful after legal arguments to reverse it were accepted in a process which will create yet more … Continue reading

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Brexit – Crunch Time

Brexit – Crunch Time by Stuart Millson Despite a rash of remain-inspired parliamentary motions, an all-out media assault against our withdrawal from the EU, and the prospect of a postponement of our leave date, the wheels of change are turning … Continue reading

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The Euro FifthColumn

The Euro Fifth Column By Stuart Millson With five months to go before our country disengages from the EU, a millionaire-funded, pro-Brussels movement is obstructing the democratic Brexit process. With the ratification of the EU Withdrawal Act by Parliament earlier … Continue reading

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Brexit – the Battle for Britain

Brexit – the Battle for Britain by Stuart Millson Despite enormous opposition from unreconciled pro-Remain MPs, Dominic Grieve, Anna Soubry from the Conservative benches and practically every Labour MP – save for principled, free-thinkers such as Frank Field and Kate … Continue reading

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Imagination – it’s an Illusion

Imagination – it’s an Illusion Reimagining Britain: Foundations for Hope, Justin Welby, Bloomsbury Continuum, 2018, 300pp. Hardback, £16.99., reviewed by EDWARD DUTTON The Rev. Dr Malcolm Johnson, Rector of St Botolph’s, Aldgate, once remarked, ‘I see the Church of England … Continue reading

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Calling Free Nations

Calling Free Nations Stuart Millson deconstructs “Remainiac” rhetoric   On 1stMay, the Daily Mail, the newspaper which the chattering classes love to hate, published some extraordinary despatches from the House of Lords debate on EU exit – their ‘lordships’ having inflicted … Continue reading

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An Amicable Divorce

An Amicable Divorce Stuart Millson gets the Government’s Brexit strategy Speaking last week on the Today programme, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt gave an upbeat assessment of the Prime Minister’s Brexit strategy. He cited both her Article 50 letter to EU … Continue reading

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Bastille Day equals Brexit Day

Bastille Day equals Brexit Day Stephen MacLean highlights the Remainers’ fear of freedom Freedom lovers around the world celebrate Bastille Day (14th July) in recognition of the rights of man and ‘liberté, égalité, fraternité’. As many on the Continent believe, … Continue reading

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Brexit is Britain’s Independence Day

Brexit is Britain’s Independence Day Stephen Michael MacLean discerns ‘the end of the beginning’ Independence Day. That was Boris Johnson’s description of June 23rd last year, as he and fellow Leave campaigners canvassed the United Kingdom for Brexit, making the … Continue reading

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Primrose Day

Primrose Day Stephen Michael MacLean, on a date with history If Theresa May had any historical nous, she would have postponed divulging her polling intentions by one day and announced her plans the following morning, Primrose Day — once a … Continue reading

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