May on the brink

Source: leave.eu It looks like time might well be running out for our gutless Remainer prime minister, with reports that yet more Tory MPs are preparing to submit their letters of no confidence to 1922 Committee chairman Graham Brady, bringing the total closer to the 48 threshold that would initiate a potential leadership contest. ITV’s […]

A Strategy for a Successful Brexit

We must not approach the EU as a supplicant which would allow them to fob us off.  We should rather state how we wish to proceed and see what the reaction is.  We should divide the issues into three categories : those under our own control ; those they control ; and those which we […]

It is time to seize back our seas

There are two distinct Fishing-related actions under way. 1) We need to retrieve our Territorial Waters – out to twelve nautical miles from the beach – this was given away by the Tory Party in March 1964 in the terms of the London Convention signed by RAB Butler on behalf of Alec Douglas Home the […]

2017 and the dawn of the New Right

The following article discusses the right of anti-establishment parties in Europe and some parallels with Brexit and Trump. UKIP itself is a centerist party and does not necessarily share all policy visions with the respective parties discussed below. 2016 saw two seismic events in Western politics. In June Britons decided to leave the EU and later on […]

What does the Supreme Court Ruling mean for Brexit ?

Source: leave.eu The Supreme Court ruling is in, and it could change the course of Brexit. The Supreme Court has now ruled by a majority of eight to three that the government is unable to trigger Brexit by invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty through the use of the royal prerogative – that is, […]

Three perspectives on Brexit

Midhurst meeting Last night in Midhurst offered the residents of the Chichester constituency a chance to gain three very different considered, informative and, at times, entertaining perspectives on why Britain should leave the European Union. UKIP Chichester Chairman Andrew Moncreiff introduced to the floor Conservative MP (E. Worthing & Shoreham) Tim Loughton, Vote Leave board […]