Tag: Brexit

We were never asked documentary

The British have never been asked about immigration and a significant number oppose and do not support what is happening. 

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — Denmark’s immigration ministry said that more migrants left Denmark in 2019 than entered, with the minister in charge of the matter calling the official figures “wonderful.”

It was the first time since 2011 that net migration — the different between immigration and emigration — was negative.Mattias Tesfaye said that “whenever possible, it is only natural for refugees to travel back to their homeland. I am glad that we can give people protection while it is needed. But I’m also happy every time a refugee can return home.”

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.

11 gun salute at 11pm on 31st January 2020 if Big Ben bongs are unavailable

At 11pm on Friday 31st January 2020 Britain is due to finally cease membership of the dictatorial European Union.It has been a long time coming; it was a mistake to have joined the EU on 1st January 1973 when it was known at the outset that the organisation was controlled by unelected officials and not democratic. The proposed single European currency for diverse national economies was economically unworkable.

Conservative Brexit Alliance / coalition

However, Britain would have nothing to fear from a No Deal arrangement with the EU, contrary to what left-wing Remainer MPs complain of; they only ever refer to tariffs imposed on us, never to the tariffs which we would be free to impose. We would gain more than we paid in tariffs because we import more from the EU than we export to them.

Should the army be called in to protect democracy?

A majority of the British people voted unequivocally in the 2016 Referendum to leave the European Union. The vote was to leave with no deal, i.e. under WTO rules, because no deals were mentioned on the ballot paper.

May sees Brexit as damage limitation

The news that Theresa May’s Chief of Staff, Nick Timothy, says that many of her Cabinet and numerous advisors and civil service people, see the Brexit negotiations as a damage limitation exercise is shocking to some!

SUCCESS via a negotiated NO DEAL Brexit

The 2016 EU Referendum asked voters whether they wanted to remain in the EU or leave it. On the Referendum ballot paper there was no mention of any conditional deal with the EU as to the manner of leaving – we simply voted for Britain to cease being a member of the European Union and revert to pre-1973 independence. 

No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

Theresa May’s horrific so-called “Agreement” is the worst possible of both worlds in that it gives up some of the advantages and keeps, if not strengthens, all the bad things! Forever.

They Shall Not Fish


The Prime Minister is continually saying that Britain is taking back control of our waters and that the fishing arrangements with the super-state are at an end.

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.