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Fifteen reasons why Brexit will be great

Brexiteers are sick of the negatitivity of Remoaners!  OK, they have had their say in the name of free speech. but if there had been any grounds at all for cancelling Brexit Remoaners would have done it by now.  It is  the turn of democracy to speak.    PM Cameron pledged that the voice of the British people would be respected.  Not ignored.  According to Anthony Browne, a former aide of Boris Johnson , we have plenty of reasons to be happy over Brexit.  Anthony lists 15 of them below, and this article is via The SpectatorContinue reading

BOMBSHELL! Boris will lead resignations this month if there is a Brexit betrayal

The Sun Editor, Tom Newton Dunn, revealed the explosive news on the Sunday Politics show today that Boris Johnson will lead the Brexit resignations if the Remainers in government betray what the country voted for.

There is ample evidence to prove that Brexiteers made their position clear during the EU Referendum,   Brexit means leaving the single market and the customs union.  Tom Newton Dunn said that the Brexiteer exodus from the cabinet would take place if the cabinet agrees to form a “semi-single market”.  Continue reading

During the EU Ref., voters were repeatedly told we would be leaving the single market

There is an abundance of evidence that it was clearly explained to voters during the EU Referendum that we would be leaving the single market.

However, since Brexit won, many Remainers have refused to accept the decision of this country.  Some Remainers complain that it was never explained to voters that we would be leaving the single market.  The video below proves that this is not true.  Continue reading

Ex PM Cam should honour his Brexit promises says Peter Oborne

As Peter Oborne reminds us  in his outstanding article in today’s Mail on Saturday, David Cameron made categorical commitments to the British people during the EU Referendum that should be now honoured. 

Brexiteers are fighting a valiant rear guard action to defend what the country voted for.  Peter Oborne says:

“In such circumstances, I believe Mr Cameron should now state publicly that the commitments he made to the British people during the referendum campaign must be honoured. Continue reading

Boris right on the NHS – forget the politics Mrs. May

The NHS has been in dire straits for years, and everyone knows that.  More money is needed, and I can tell from my own surgery,  doctors and nurses are buckling under the strain.  This is the harsh  truth, but yesterday Philip Hammond was still insisting it was all fine and no action would be taken until after Brexit.  That could be years. 

Boris has continually spoken up about this,  he raised the issue during the EU Referendum with the suggestion on the battle bus and recently he spoke out again.  He warned May that unless she acts now, demonstrating commitment to supporting the NHS, Labour will win the next GE.   It’s that serious.  Corbyn has made the NHS the spearhead of his campaign.   Continue reading

Lord Adonis is no democrat, insults Brexits and tried to get Andrew Neil fired

Lord Adonis resigned from his job as Brexit infrastructure tzar, last Friday,  but apparently was on the verge of being sacked.  Brexit has caused a “nervous breakdown” in Whitehall, the former Labour minister said following his resignation as chair of the government-backed National Infrastructure Commission.

Lord Adonis resigned on Friday, exploding into an unbalanced rant, in which he described Brexit as “a dangerous populist and nationalist spasm worthy of Donald Trump”.  Continue reading

Nick Clegg to be knighted – he’s the Prince of Pisstoleers

Nausea overwhelmed twitter at the news that Nick Clegg   – yes, Nick Clegg, is to be knighted in the New Years Honours list.  Lord Fibbington Muchley, the poster boy for perfidy.

Nick Clegg

Nick is to be knighted for his services to the Coalition, ie. consistently using his veto to block every single decent idea the Tories had.  His most damaging intervention was to  block all terror measures and plans to fight radicalisation on the grounds of human rights in spite of valiant efforts by David Cameron over an entire weekend to change his mind.  This is how one of Nick Clegg’s Coalition partners described him, in May  2014.   Continue reading