May’s Brexit Is Not What It Seems

In an interesting report from John Shaw on this website last week he noticed that in a study held prior to the Referendum Afro-Asian voters intended to support ‘Remain’ in a much higher ratio than UK ‘born and bred’ voters. Read Story

Nigel Farage Invited to Donald Trump’s Presidential Inauguration

It was reported today that Nigel Farage has been invited to the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20th as a guest of Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant. 
Asked if he would be attending the event, Nigel Farage told Sky News, “I most certainly am, I can’t wait.” Read Story

Comrade Corbyn Does Not Care About All Our Lives

Just read an article from the ‘Guardian’  where Comrade Corbyn shares his thoughts.
He is very keen on maintaining free movement of people between Britain and the rest of the EU and yet again shows that he does not give a dam that mass immigration causes hardship to his traditional voters or anyone else’s lives. Read Story

Brexit and the Legal System

Unelected judges have been accused of declaring war on British democracy by defying the will of the people who had voted in a national referendum to sever control by the European Union. However, on 3rd November 2016 the High Court decreed that the Government had no right to trigger Article 50 to take Britain out of the EU without the approval of Parliament. A government appeal will commence in the Supreme Court from 5th December, with a final decision expected in the New Year. Read Story

Brexit – Will The Decision Of The People Be Respected By Parliament and The Courts?

Hilary Benn, the Labour MP who strongly backed Remain has warned Brexiteers that he now holds the power to dictate the conditions on which Britain will leave the EU.
Mr Benn, who leads the Parliament’s Brexit Committee, told Sky News that the single market will be a priority amid fears that desperate Remain MPs will water down the terms of Brexit.
Following this week’s controversial High Court Brexit ruling, Parliament now holds the power to activate Article 50 – the formal start of Brexit negotiations.  Read Story

Is There A Case For Progressing BREXIT by Royal Prerogative?

The High Court’s judgement on Article 50 obviously triggers a constitutional crisis. This is a victory for those who seek to subvert the will of the people and block Brexit by whatever means possible. Unless the judgement is overturned by the Supreme Court, the ‘Remainers’ in Parliament will be able to overturn the Referendum result Read Story

54% of Voters Agree That Invoking Article 50 Is A Decision For The Prime Minister To Make.

The High Court is currently considering whether the Prime Minister has the legal right to invoke Article 50 – thereby triggering the beginning of the process for withdrawal from the European Union – without having to have a Parliamentary vote.
Many who voted Leave at the referendum believe that the case is not about Parliamentary sovereignty – as those who have brought the case about suggest – but a way of overturning the result of the referendum. Read Story

“I Think We Are Just Throwing Our heritage Away”

An LBC radio listener rang in to claim than Britain is “just throwing away its heritage” following the broadcast of the latest immigration statistics.
Paul from Liverpool reacted angrily to the news, telling LBC presenter Ian Collins: “I think we are just throwing our heritage away”. Read Story