Imagine a scenario… It’s 2020, Britain is not part of the EU (and never was), but is trading quite happily with the union as an independent state. Along with the Canadians, it has agreed a series of pretty good tariff arrangements, and is healthy, wealthy and prosperous. A deregulated services sector is powering the economy,…
I want my voice and vote to mean something in the UK in future, and yours as well – even if you disagree with my politics: you should have that right. If we vote to remain, we will slowly lose that privilege. The opportunity is here to recover it… don’t let it slip.
We need to open the gate wide to migrants, not kick the fence down. Voting to leave the EU will put us one step closer to doing this.
For the majority of us, we just want to know: will a Brexit make me and you more wealthy or less wealthy? Will I have less money to spend, or will the government have less money to spend in this country? This has been the gauntlet thrown down by Remain supporters to Brexiteers. I would…
The gloves are off… Queensberry rules be damned – this is no time for playing fair any more! The government is pulling out all the stops now, fair or unfair, to persuade all of the potential swing voters to vote to remain.
Closer and closer EU integration – which is where this EU project will end up – is no guarantor of peace any more than its absence is a guarantor of lessened security. Let’s give lie to this anachronism and leave it in the museum where it belongs.
I have too often failed to remember the power that God has to shape my life, should I only let him.
“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the future.”
David Cameron has again appeared in the press this week with the release of the Panama Papers and the news that he and his wife benefitted from some holdings in the offshore trust, Blairmore Holdings, set up by his late father. Internet goes into meltdown. It’s somehow been construed that he’s been doing something wrong….
Some reasons why there should be no bail-out for the Port Talbot Tata steelworks.
Iain Duncan Smith’s resignation has just sent a small shockwave through the Conservatives, and reminded them of how far they have drifted from One Nation politics.
I’d been mugged by Adele, emotionally blackmailed, and forced into doing what my feelings were dictating to me.