Category: UK Trade

Brexit at last

Three and a half years after the Referendum in favour of quitting the EU, today, 31st January 2020, at 11.00pm Britain finally ceased membership of the European Union.

National Economics

In future, the Port of Dover must have one truck lane for “IN” (for the occasional truck load of bananas and pineapples) and ten lanes for “OUT”, as we export goods and food to the EU and non-EU worlds, like times gone by.

The Best Deal Is No Deal


Having read and seen through the blatantly ambiguous language of our disgusting ‘surrender document’, it is clear that deal and no £39bn payment is the way forward.

Letter from Andrew Brons To Telegraph


The EU is still insisting that negotiations about future trade relationships between the UK
and the EU cannot begin until the UK’s fee for leaving the EU has been agreed.