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A total capitulation to employers and business. What about the workers?

THE government’s promise to ‘take back control’ of Britain’s borders after Brexit is being broken. Despite tough talk from the Home Secretary that the...

French play high-stakes poker in the fishing war

WHY could fishing, of little value to the economies of both the UK and France, crash a possible EU trade deal? As negotiations near...

Long on facts, short on passion: The Theresa May story

May at 10 by Anthony Seldon with Raymond Newell ‘History with its flickering lamp stumbles along the trail of the past, trying to reconstruct its scenes, to revive its echoes, and kindle...

Fishing rule comes back to haunt the EU

WHY is fisheries proving to be such a difficult subject to resolve with Brussels? One has to go back 50 years to EEC Regulation 2141/70 of...

TCW’s Brexit Watch: No one wants a return to the Troubles – except the EU

ONE has only to look at the contributing authors to John Longworth's newly published report on the Withdrawal Agreement with the EU to know that The Australian Deal...

What do we want? No deal. When do we want it? Now

JUST over a week ago the  Prime Minister announced, apparently emphatically, that the trade talks with the EU were over.  Three days later it looked rather less...

Why we should ignore the EU’s sabre-rattling on Northern Ireland

Last week the House of Lords voted down Boris Johnson's Internal Market Bill in what was generally perceived to be a symbolic gesture. They approved...

The EU’s bad faith needn’t deprive us of a good deal

AS A retired Higher Courts Solicitor-Advocate (Criminal Law), I shall do my best to enlighten you as to the latest Brexit negotiations and legalities. Theresa...

Revoke the Withdrawal Agreement or get Brino

BORIS, you need to make us certain that the EU trade talks have failed – and there’s only one way to do that. The Cabinet...

Democracy – the reason I’m backing Fox’s Reclaim Party

FOR me, it’s all about democracy. In 2016 we were asked should the United Kingdom remain a member or leave the European Union. That question engaged...

You vote: Should Johnson commit to no deal right now?

THREE days ago the Prime Minister announced, apparently emphatically, that the trade talks with the EU were over.  He said there was ‘no point’ in discussions...

Will Johnson betray us over Brexit, on top of everything else?

STRAWS in the wind? Maybe. An overdeveloped sense of cynicism and scepticism laced with premonition on my part? Perhaps. But the past few months...

Memo to Boris: Don’t be cowed by EU’s bullying and blackmail

Dear Boris, SOME years ago you paid a visit to 1066 country and following a fun evening, I recall sending you up the lane afterwards...

Beware the EU’s armada of bad chaps

THE British Constitution is not a single amendable codified document. It is written down all over the place and also relies on tradition, custom and...

After Brexit, will we get Flexit and Wexit?

THE possibility that Belgium could one day split into two independent states is in the spotlight again. Talk of a separation between Flanders, the Dutch-speaking...

Brexit Watch 1: Mousie Johnson v the Brussels Gruffalo

WE hear that the Brexit negotiations are to enter the final ‘tunnel phase’, which we can take to mean the final, final agreement, concessions and threats. We...

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