A row over the Brexit divorce bill has dominated the latest round of talks between the UK and the European Union, with both sides in the Brussels negotiations voicing their frustrations.
Brexit might make it harder for human traffickers to get victims into Britain, the National Crime Agency (NCA) claimed on Thursday, August 10. But Will Kerr, the NCA’s Director of Vulnerabilities, said the downside of Brexit could be that it might be harder to co-operate with European law enforcement agencies. Will Kerr said there had […]
In a letter to a local newspaper about Brexit and the way prime minister Theresa May is handling it, I happened to mention in passing the Balfour Declaration, criticising her plans to celebrate the centenary “with pride” and invite Israel’s PM Netanyahu to the fun.
The Cabinet this week caved in to European demands that EU states be continued to allow to dump surplus labor on the UK after Brexit. This is being blamed on business, but in fact there is little demand from business for continued uncontrolled mass immigration from the EU.
We can now say with much greater confidence that the photo revealed in last week’s History Channel documentary is indeed that of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan on Jaluit Atoll after their capture by the Japanese in July 1937. The ship has been confirmed as the IJN Koshu, as I suggested it might be last week.
Ever since Grenfell Tower blew up at a cost of over 100, possibly 200, lives, people have been demanding answers. Brain-dead left-wingers, oblivious to the fact the estate was run by a tenants-controlled organisation and that the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is controlled from the Cabinet Office, not the town hall, have been blaming ‘Tory cuts’.
Jim W. Dean – Uri obviously does not read VT or he would know our position that the international criminal network prefers to work with right wing governments as their profits are higher. But the gangsters can deal with liberals, if they have to.
Opposition party leaders urge the UK Home Office to release its report into foreign funding of terror groups after it was suppressed
It is a rule of thumb in politics that when the polls don’t agree it means that the outcome is likely to be pretty close; add to that the fact that some of the polls are showing a very small and decreasing gap then I think it is a fairly safe assumption that this election is likely to be a pretty close one.
Unless the UK and the EU 27 agree to a further, transitional period of membership, the UK will be leaving the EU on March 29th 2019.
Who was the primary target?
The Euro is a horrible construct that needs urgent reform, as is the EU.
Hard Brexit: UK to leave the single market and Parliament will vote on the final deal, pledges PM May
Prime Minister Theresa May has said the UK “cannot possibly” remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean “not leaving the EU at all”, but at the same time promised to push for the “greatest possible” access to the single market following Brexit.
This is hotting up!
The big difference lies in the enthusiasm of Trumpy’s supporters. Hillary is not generating the same level of interest.
The Jewish progressive fear of Donald Trump fits with the definition of Pre Traumatic Stress Syndrome. We are dealing with a mixture of guilt and aggression that are embedded in New Left culture.
Rabbi Neuberger feels she finally has made her peace with Germany.
Jim W. Dean – Theresa May is, and will be, an interesting story, not only for her successful political path in an Englishman’s world, but for taking over the ship of state during its trip through uncharted post-Brexit waters.
A month on from the Brexit vote and Scotland’s EU-smitten First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, continues to stamp her foot in frustration.
Jim W. Dean – Seth Ferris waited for the Brexit dust to settle before writhing his analysis of it, and it’s a gem. It reminds me of the old saying, “Don’t count your chickens ’til the eggs hatch.”
Jim W. Dean – John Kerry gets ahead of the curve with his current statements that US – British relations, post Brexit, will be a step-by-step process for which there are no shortcuts.
This should be a joyous time for the UK when efforts turn towards throwing off EU bondage and exploring the sunny uplands of free will and expanded world trade.
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The latest intelligence in London is that Number 10 and the Cabinet Office are planning to defy the electorate and reverse Brexit. Cameron, the Tory whips and Sir Jeremy Heywood, the pro-EU Cabinet Secretary, are backing a Remain campaigner, failed Home Secretary Theresa May, in the Tory leadership election. The first sign of trouble […]
President of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci, believes that Britain’s exit from the EU will prompt all other EU members, above all Spain, to recognize his self-styled republic. In an interview with Radio Sputnik, Milan Igrutinovic, a researcher at the Institute of European Studies, dismissed this as “political demagoguery out of touch with reality.” Moscow Urges Kosovo […]
By: Brett Redmayne-Titley So…you, the UK voter, favored the Brexit! You, the EU voter, see the Brexit as the pendulum of democracy swinging away from un-elected central rule and returning to sovereign national priorities? You… will be proved wrong. Sadly, yours is an optimism without memory of corrupt Members of the European Parliament (MEP) […]
On June 23rd Britain voted to leave the European Union by 52% to 48% in a national referendum. The outcome of the Brexit referendum has caused strong reaction at home and worldwide.
“The major beneficiary is the ‘state’ of Israel, which is apparently the major actor behind the series of false flag terror events beginning with 9/11.”
Unprepared Government is paralysed. Need for an all-party transitional cabinet with vision to steer it through.
Britain and the US have always been close friends, however that relationship has now been tested as Britain has decided to leave the European Union. So who will become Washington’s new ally?