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By Get Britain Out, posted on May 23, 2018

This article was originally published on Comment Central The Government continues to derail Brexit. Last week the Cabinet agreed to a backstop arrangement where post-Brexit Britain would match EU trade tariffs after 2020 in the event of no deal with our Masters in Brussels. This declaration ensures a bad deal because it tethers us to… Read more

By Get Britain Out, posted on May 17, 2018

Following the Scottish Parliament’s decision to vote against the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, John Redwood’s latest diary highlights the double standards which exist and that grant MSPs greater powers than the English.  On Tuesday in the Commons we were asked to go into  English Grand Committee  to approve the Rating Bill that has been making its… Read more

By Get Britain Out, posted on May 11, 2018

On Tuesday 15 May, the EU Strategy and Negotiations sub-committee will meet to discuss the two post-Brexit customs options on the table: a ‘Customs Partnership’ favoured by Remainers, and ‘Maximum-Facilitation’ favoured by Brexiteers. Get Britain Out believes the Customs Partnership would be a disaster for post-Brexit Britain, a betrayal of the 2016 Referendum result, and would… Read more

By Get Britain Out, posted on May 11, 2018

This article was originally published on Comment Central British families are potentially at risk after a new ruling from the European Court of Justice that war-criminals cannot be automatically refused a right of residence to any EU Member State. The judgement last week came as a result of two cases. The first involved a Bosnian… Read more

By Get Britain Out, posted on May 11, 2018

This article was originally published on BrexitCentral. Few are really sure what the House of Lords is actually for nowadays. Public understanding of the institution is at a worrying low, and as 14 anti-Government amendments to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill were passed over the past few weeks, it begs the question: what is the point… Read more

By Get Britain Out, posted on May 9, 2018

Conservative blogger Robert Barnes writes an exclusive article for Get Britain Out: Last year in the General Election campaign, the two major political parties made commitments about leaving the Customs Union and the Single Market. Over 80% of all votes cast were for parties who had committed to Leave both the Customs Union and the… Read more

By Get Britain Out, posted on May 8, 2018

This article was originally published on the Conservative Online The World market is calling for trade with an independent Britain, they realise they can’t afford to miss out. The EU Referendum vote was fundamentally about identity. The Great British Public were tasked with asking themselves whether they were Little Europeans or Global Britons. Voters were clear,… Read more

By Get Britain Out, posted on May 7, 2018

This article was originally published on The Commentator Less than a year to go until the United Kingdom officially leaves the European Union and Prime Minster Theresa May is once again on the backfoot. May’s handling of Brexit as premier has largely consisted of the unusual and confounding situation of her rhetoric being explicitly simple… Read more