EU Superstate by 2025

EU Superstate by 2025

Michele Tantussi/Getty Images by Liam Deacon of Brietbart London 7 Dec 2017 The European Union should transform into a federal “United States of Europe” by 2025 says Martin Schulz, the former President of the European Parliament and contender for German Chancellor. “I want there to be a constitutional treaty to create a federal Europe,” Mr. Schulz said Thursday during a speech at a Social Democratic Party of Germany (SDP) convention in Berlin. He told members…

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IRELAND THREATENS BREXIT DEAL

IRELAND THREATENS BREXIT DEAL

IRELAND THREATENS BREXIT DEAL Two weeks ago the Foreign Minister of the Irish Republic made the entirely credible threat that, if the Irish Government didn’t get what they wanted in keeping an open border with Northern Ireland, then they would veto any proposed EU trade agreement with the United Kingdom. The reason that such a threat is entirely credible is that for any EU trade agreement to be ratified it has to go through the…

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Enemy of the People – The Brexit Mutineers

Enemy of the People – The Brexit Mutineers

20 pro-EU Conservatives recently challenged the Government on Brexit. Who are the leaders and what do we need to know about them? 20 pro-EU Conservatives recently challenged the Government on Brexit – and more specifically, on fixing a date for leaving the EU into law. But who are the leaders and what do we need to know about them? Ken Clarke The former Chancellor of the Exchequer said that setting a date for leaving the…

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David Jones – Conservative and Unionist Party discusses ‘British Agriculture’

David Jones – Conservative and Unionist Party discusses ‘British Agriculture’

David Jones, Conservative and Unionist Party, discusses how there is now such thing as “British Agriculture” Only the English Democrats look to protect English Agriculture

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The Freedom Association’s Better Off Out campaign’s daily update

The Freedom Association’s Better Off Out campaign’s daily update

One issue that can be readily seen post-referendum is that so many of those who opposed Brexit still remain in prominent positions, and have seemingly refused to change their perspectives. Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, is one of them. Last week, Mr Carney said that the outlook for the UK economy remains “sluggish”, despite all the good news that we’ve seen since the EU Referendum. As a result of his pessimism, the…

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The Labour MPs voting against Article 50 – and the ones to watch

The Labour MPs voting against Article 50 – and the ones to watch

Article from the  The Labour leadership wants to support the Article 50 bill. But some MPs have other ideas. On Tuesday, the Supreme Court ruled MPs must have a say before triggering Article 50, which begins the Brexit negotiations. Two days later, Tulip Siddiq, the MP for a marginal constituency which heavily backed Remain, resigned from her post as a shadow minister. The Labour leadership had insisted that MPs vote for the bill. In her…

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The Problem with the English: England doesn’t want to be just another member of a team

The Problem with the English: England doesn’t want to be just another member of a team

Brexit is the result of an English delusion, a crisis of identity resulting from a failure to come to terms with the loss of empire and the end of its own exceptionalism, argues Cambridge University professor Nicholas Boyle There is a great lie peddled about the referendum: that it expressed the will of the British people. The pattern of voting showed up a colossal divergence between England, with its Welsh appendage, on the one hand,…

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After Alyn Smith’s EU parliament speech – it has to be accepted that the UK is finished

After Alyn Smith’s EU parliament speech – it has to be accepted that the UK is finished

After Alyn Smith’s EU parliament speech – it has to be accepted that the UK is finished On the 28th June 2016, Alyn Smith an SNP, MEP insulted English and Welsh citizens by begging the EU parliament to give Scotland preferential treatment over them. By promoting themselves above the rest of the UK they have damaged and weakened the UK negotiating position. He also separated London from the rest of England and showed that the…

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