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. Read Story
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. Read Story
British Democrats to contest election in Loughborough this May. Read Story
On the contrary, a WTO Brexit was exactly what a majority of the people did vote for, with a hope that ‘free trade’ agreements would subsequently be agreed with the EU and many other countries throughout the world Read Story
No one in our country is happy with the political situation, whoever they usually vote for or whatever way they went in our Referendum. The whole world has judged our politicians and their narrow based, opinionated and wrong, parties as totally incompetent.
By Mike Newland. Keen observers of politics have known for a very long time that the US is not Read Story
A personal opinion from reader Nick Grifford, originally sent in as a comment to this website on the story by Read Story
By Andrew Brons. “Policies are not free-standing ideas without roots. They are based on spoken or unspoken beliefs and assumptions.” Read Story