Leaving will be good for farmers and fishermen
John Redwood’s latest blog discusses the UK’s farmers and fishermen in the event of Brexit When the UK leaves the EU it will carry on paying all the current grants to farmers. We will have our own money to spend, and will have all the money we had to send to the EU to pay… Read more
We can control our borders if we leave the EU
John Redwood’s latest blog discusses regaining control of the UK’s borders Starting this morning I am going to write a series of summaries of why we should leave the EU, taking a topic at a time. The UK today can decide how many people to allow in to work and live from outside the EU,… Read more
No, Brexit won’t harm or downgrade Britain abroad
This blog was first posted on The Commentator. With the In/Out European Union referendum nearing, more fears are being spread about Britain’s position in the world. However, Brexit is not about less co-operation and less clout on the international stage, but more. A report published by the think tank Carnegie Europe claimed leaving the EU… Read more
It’s Time to Rewrite Britain’s History
This blog was first posted on Huffington Post. “History is not written for us, but by us.” This could easily be a quote from any prominent member of the Leave campaign – perhaps by Nigel Farage, Kate Hoey or Daniel Hannan. Shockingly however, it was once said by David Cameron in front of a packed… Read more
Co-operation, influence and independence
John Redwood’s latest blog discusses leaving the EU Many are struggling over whether an independent UK would be stronger and more influential, or isolated and sidelined. Indeed, it is probably one of the pieces of disinformation that characterises the cynical and negative Stay in campaign. It is important once again to dismiss their myths. The UK’s… Read more
The EU Sets Us Further Apart, Not Closer
This article was first posted on the Huffington Post Economic sluggishness and political paralysis are characteristic of the European Union. Is it any wonder tensions are rising across the continent? European nations are still struggling with the pressures the EU places upon them. With a combination of economic stagnation, cynicism towards Brussels politicians, and xenophobia… Read more
Help us Kick Cameron Where it Hurts Most!
This blog was first posted on UKIP Daily. The Great British Public have been waiting 40 years for a free and fair referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union. Ever since David Cameron’s Bloomberg speech announcing an In/Out referendum before the end of 2017, Eurosceptics in all parties have been concerned the… Read more
Bugger the Bankers, Do You Want a Bulgarian Butcher to Operate on You?
This blog was first posted on Breitbart London. During the Christmas and New Year period, news is often lost, or even purposely hidden, as people spend more time with their families rather than reading newspapers or watching news updates. However, there were a few bits and pieces you probably should be aware of – and… Read more