Wake-Up Call: The EU Must Change or Collapse
Article first posted on Breitbart London. The United Kingdom’s decision to Vote Leave in the referendum on June 23rd should have been a wake-up call for EU leaders. In the largest election turnout in the history of the UK, 17.4 million people chose to leave an organisation which they believe is detrimental to their interests. Despite all the… Read more
Britain’s Future is with the Commonwealth
This article was originally published on The Commentator In 1972 former Prime Minister Edward Heath led Britain into the European Economic Community, and in doing so committed one of the greatest betrayals in British history. At a stroke, this ended our preferential trading arrangements with the countries of the Commonwealth. Many of them dependent on this trading arrangement, countries such… Read more
An EU Trade War Would Destroy the European Project
This article was first published on Huffington Post. The argument advanced by leading Remain campaigners during the referendum was if the UK left the EU a trade war would ensue causing the loss of 3 million jobs. With a month having passed already since the vote to Leave the EU in the referendum, these prophecies… Read more
We do not want a 7 year transition for freedom of movement!
John Redwood’s latest diary discusses the 7 year emergency break suggested by EU diplomats. The UK did not recently vote for a slightly beefed up version of Mr Cameron’s attempted renegotiation with the EU. We voted to leave, to take back control of our laws, our money and our borders. Those phrases were repeated throughout… Read more
How Brexit can mean Brexit
Blog first posted on The Commentator. Prime Minister Theresa May’s new government has been established. For all the worries about this being a Remain-dominated Cabinet, for the moment at least, it looks as though these fears may have been misplaced. Time will tell. All of the key positions relating to Brexit have gone to prominent Leave… Read more
Suzanne Evans: What Will Brexit Look Like?
UKIP Parliamentary Spokesperson and former Vote Leave board member Suzanne Evans writes an exclusive article for Get Britain Out. So, surprise, surprise! The promised Armageddon failed to materialise. Plans for an emergency Budget following a Leave vote in the recent EU referendum were dropped as fast as a hot potato. President Obama decided we could… Read more
Free movement and Brexit
John Redwood’s latest diary discusses free movement and Brexit The government should not be drawn into discussion of free movement by our EU neighbours. The referendum was quite clear. We wish to take back control of our borders. Vote Leave expressly ruled out the Norway option or EEA membership, mainly because of the need to… Read more