Recent Media Coverage

Get Britain Out’s coverage in the national media over the last few months:

  • Brexiteer brilliantly explains why Brits WON’T BUY EU ‘bluster’ & scare tactics
    Get Britain Out Research Executive Robert Bates is quoted in the Express. He dismisses the EU’s scaremongering and says the Great British Public will reject this version of Project Fear!
    21 February – The Daily Express
  • Security cooperation in a post-Brexit Europe
    Our Director, Jayne Adye, points out that the UK will remain a global security and intelligence power after Brexit. It is in the EU’s interest to ensure they continue to co-operate with Britain in these fields.
    16 February – BrexitCentral
  • Bullying Brussels won’t defeat Brexit Britain
    While the UK has been conciliatory and has stressed a commitment to long term cooperation with the EU, the European Commission has undertaken a ‘black ops’ media strategy through leaks and briefings by backroom staff. Cowardice and bullying usually go hand in hand. Brussels will soon see that it just won’t work with Britain.
    16 February – The Commentator
  • Soros has undermined our country enough
    The unwelcome involvement of multi-billionaire George Soros in the Brexit debate reveals the level of antipathy many on the Remain side feel towards the Great British Public. He seeks to use his financial power to steamroller the democratic process and reignite Project Fear, writes Robert Bates.
    16 February – Comment Central
  • 18 months on and Project Fear has been proved wrong on every front
    During the EU Referendum campaign, Remain campaigners issued predictions of doom about the economy, Scotland, the border with France and many other issues in the event of a vote to Leave. A year and a half after the EU Referendum, the evidence is clear. These predictions were utterly incorrect.
    8 February – Reaction
  • Corbyn’s Labour Party is a Threat to Brexit
    The Labour Party is full of anti-democratic Remainers and life-long europhiles. Given the chance, they would deliver a ‘bare-minimum Brexit’ writes Robert Bates.
    8 February – The Commentator
  • Foolish Ways the EU Wastes British Taxpayers’ Money
    Get Britain Out reveals just some of the ludicrous projects the EU has wasted British taxpayers’ money on.
    8 February – The Conservative Online
  • The Customs Union: A Stark Betrayal of Brexit
    The Government must remain committed to leaving the Customs Union; anything else would be a betrayal of Brexit, writes our Daniel Huggins.
    8 February – Comment Central
  • EU to suspend the UK’s access to the single market if it fails to comply with EU law, reveals draft text
    Our Director Jayne Adye says the latest EU threats about the Transition Period represent an “insult to those who voted to Leave the EU”. Jayne urged the UK Government not to accept these demands.
    7 February – The Parliament Magazine
  • Brexit: Leaked Whitehall document shows EU still trying to rule Britain
    Responding to the leaked EU document concerning sanctions on Britain during the Transition Period, our Director Jayne Adye points out the possibility of British firms being locked out of Single Market access renders the Transition Period pointless.
    7 February – The Daily Express
  • Leaked EU document shows Brexit ‘punishment plan’
    Our Director Jayne Adye is quoted in opposition to the leaked EU threats of sanctioning Britain during the Transition Period. Jayne said if the EU do not drop these threats, the UK must walk away from negotiations.
    7 February – Sky News
  • EU to suspend the UK’s access to the single market if it fails to comply with EU law, reveals draft text
    Our Director, Jayne Adye, has been quoted in The Parliament Magazine discussing the EU’s demands for a ‘Transition period’. She argues the draft Treaty would render Britain a passive rule-taker and is an insult to the 17.4 million Leave voters!
    7 February – The Parliament Magazine
  • A status-quo transition period would be a betrayal of Brexit
    The proposed transition period is unacceptable for Britain. It would leave us forced to accept new EU laws and continued Freedom of Movement. This represents an unnecessary delay to a full Brexit.
    6 February – CapX
  • The UK must not unwittingly get sucked into participating in an EU army
    In this article we discuss the growing concerns about British involvement in European defence integration. Statements from Ministers and defence chiefs suggest the UK is keen to be closely aligned with the elements of the emerging EU Defence Union, such as PESCO. This raises serious risks for our national military independence.
    5 February – BrexitCentral
  • Bring down the Lords if they bring down Brexit
    Brexit, above all, is about reasserting democracy. The anti-democratic posturing in the House of Lords by unelected cronies reminds us radical reform, or even abolition of this outdated relic, may have to be another milestone on the road to reestablishing the sovereignty of the British people
    2 February – The Commentator
  • Sadiq Khan needs to get back to his day job
    The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, should be getting on with the day job of running London, instead of pontificating about Brexit. His continued doom-mongering about Leaving the Single Market are not helpful to the important business and finance sectors in London.
    30 January – Comment Central
  • The EU’s doomed plot to halt a real Brexit
    In our latest article we argue the EU now appears to be aiming to try and keep us within a Single Market-like state, as a de facto dependent vassal, continuing to pay vast sums of money into their ever-inflating, unaccountable budget. This cannot be allowed. We must get Britain out of the EU asap. Out means Out. 
    27 January – The Commentator
  • Small business bonanza after Brexit
    Laws made by unelected EU officials hold back the British entrepreneurial spirit. Leaving the EU will allow us to cut unnecessary red tape and build a more dynamic economy.
    22 January – The Commentator
  • Why the CBI wants to delay and dilute Brexit
    The CBI will not accept Leaving the EU means Leaving its Single Market and Customs Union. We explain how big business benefits from Single Market regulations which raise barriers to entry to the market.
    22 January – CapX
  • Wrong answer – the EU’s rotten record on referendums
    In our latest article, we argue the EU has a history of disregarding referendum results it disagrees with, and that a ‘Real’ Brexit is under threat.
    19 January – The Conservative Online
  • Macron is blaming the UK for Europe’s migrant problems
    We argue the UK should not be blamed by Macron for the migrant crisis. The European Union has played an active role in exacerbating the problem.
    19 January – Reaction
  • EU playing dirty in Brexit talks
    In our latest piece, we argue that the EU’s ‘No Deal’ preparations are a deliberate ploy to try and spook British businesses into relocating to the EU.  
    12 January – The Commentator
  • Brexit negotiations are a vindication of the Leave vote
    The EU has a slow moving and self-harming approach to trade. This is being revealed to us during the Brexit negotiations and demonstrates exactly why it has been unable to establish any economic partnership with any major economy.
    12 January – CapX
  • Donald Tusk is DELUSIONAL’ EU chief mocked for calling Europe ‘best place on Earth’
    Our Director, Jayne Adye, has spoken to The Daily Express, ridiculing Donald Tusk’s claim the EU is the “best place on Earth”. She points out there is growing anti-EU sentiment across the continent, and Brexit will put a huge hole in the EU budget.
    11 January – The Daily Express
  • Hammond has no part to play in Brexit Cabinet
    To leave the EU with the best Brexit deal possible, the Prime Minister needs a Cabinet that is fully committed to securing Britain’s future outside the European Union, says our Research Executive Peter Lyon.
    11 January – Comment Central
  • EU is part of the NHS problem
    Our latest article argues the NHS is now having to cope with around 3,000 additional people turning up to A&E every single day since last year. This is in so small measure due to massive uncontrolled EU migration. Leaving the EU is a great idea for many reasons, but cutting the strain on the NHS is a big one.
    6 January – The Commentator
  • European Union Countries Are Taking the Wrong Approach on Defence
    Our Research Executive Peter Lyon argues by creating PESCO while continually underfunding NATO, EU Member States are choosing the wrong priorities in defence policy.
    28 December – The Conservative Online
  • Animal Welfare Opportunities Post-Brexit
    We argue the EU PREVENTS Britain from improving animal welfare standards. Brexit will allow the UK to become a world leader in the field.
    23 December – UKIP Daily
  • ‘This is before the Lords gets going!’ Peer revels in ‘first step’ to DEFEAT Brexit
    Our Director Jayne Adye has been quoted in the Daily Express about Remoaners like Lord Adonis revealing their plans to DEFEAT Brexit. She said Remoaner MPs will face serious electoral consequences.
    14 December – Daily Express
  • HYPOCRITES! You were happy for 40 years of EU rule – but NOW you want sovereignty?
    Our Director Jayne Adye comments on the hypocrisy of the 11 Tory Remoaners who voted for the Grieve Amendment which would give MPs an opportunity to derail or delay Brexit.
    14 December – Daily Express
  • #Brexit: EU defence integration will have worrying consequences for national independence
    Our latest article for EU Reporter points to the dangers of further defence integration. Member States which subscribe to PESCO and associated defence programmes will lose their self-sufficiency in defence.
    11 December – EU Reporter
  • Moves to forge closer EU defence cooperation branded “worrying”
    In EU Today, our Research Executive Peter Lyon says all EU countries should be concerned about their national independence if they sign up to further defence integration via PESCO.
    11 December – EU Today
  • How a clean Brexit would raise living standards
    Our latest article for CapX argues Leaving the EU will allow living standards to soar.
    11 December – CapX
  • British global influence as strong as ever post-Brexit
    Our Director Jayne Adye argues Britain’s place in the world will remain as strong as ever after Brexit.
    8 December – The Commentator
  • Regulatory alignment would prevent Britain securing the benefits of Brexit
    Our Research Executive Peter Lyon argues the Government must commit to an end-state relationship with the EU in which we take back control of regulatory policy. 
    8 December – Reaction
  • No, Voters Have Not Changed Their Minds on Brexit
    Remoaners like Tony Blair like to paint a picture of Leave voters regretting their vote. Yet our Research Executive Peter Lyon shows polling data on a range of issues reveals most voters wanting the Government to get on with real Brexit as soon as possible.
    4 December – The Conservative Online
  • EU propaganda and a frightening roadmap to federalism
    The EU has produced a frightening new report arguing for vastly greater centralisation, deeper federalism, and yet further emasculation of the democratic nation state. We argue Brexit cannot happen fast enough.
    4 December – The Commentator
  • £40m in science grants makes University of Nottingham one of biggest EU funding benefactors
    Our Director Jayne Adye comments on how we do not rely on the EU for science and research funding, and we can continue funding after Brexit.
    30 November – Nottingham Post
  • Tony Blair tells French Britons will change their mind on Brexit and UK is ALREADY turning
    Our Director Jayne Adye tells the Daily Express Tony Blair’s attempts to undermine Brexit are scandalous.
    30 November – Daily Express
  • Britain Should Steer Clear of EU Defence Programmes Post-Brexit
    The EU’s intentions for significant integration on defence are becoming clear. We argue Britain should not associate or participate with these programmes, and instead operate on an independent case-by-case basis, while defending the primacy of NATO.
    14 November – Reaction
  • The EU’s hand is weaker than it claims
    Our Research Executive Daniel Huggins argues that the UK can afford to walk away from a bad deal, while the EU can’t.
    13 November – CapX
  • Juncker personifies everything that is wrong with the EU 
    It is easy to dismiss European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker as an anti-democratic clown. He is, but that is not the point, which is that he accurately personifies a failing project which is doing great harm to Europe. Thank goodness for Brexit!
    4 November – The Commentator
  • Different Forms of a ‘No Deal’
    We argue on Comment Central that the dichotomy between a Deal and No Deal outcome to Brexit negotiations is a false one. 
    3 November – Comment Central
  • The economic benefits of taking back control of British waters
    They are large economic benefits to be gained once the UK is free of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy. Our Research Executive Alexander Fiuza explores them in this article for CapX.
    27 October – CapX
  • EU plotting TOTAL DOMINATION: Brussels moves to take control of wages from member states
    Our Director, Jayne Adye, calls out a ‘naked power grab by the EU’ over new EU-wide minimum wage policy
    24 October – Daily Express
  • Philip Hammond’s pessimistic attitude is risking a good Brexit deal
    Philip Hammond’s constantly negative attitude and policy prescriptions are making a No Deal situation more likely.
    11 October – Reaction
  • UK government must get serious about No Brexit deal
    Charles de Gaulle famously said “Non” to Britain joining the EU. Alas, we didn’t take no for an answer. But now that we are leaving, we should emulate de Gaulle and be prepared to say a decisive “Non” to Brussels. Given EU intransigence, preparing for no Brexit deal is now a vital part of our strategy
    10 October – The Commentator
  • Philip Hammond: Big on critique, small on vision
    Once we Get Britain Out of the EU, we need a visionary and optimistic Government. Philip Hammond is currently one of the Cabinet’s biggest drains on these two key traits.
    4 October – Comment Central
  • Roundtable: Refugee Crisis – Are rich nations shirking responsibility?
    Our very own Jack Tagholm-Child takes part in a panel discussion about the global refugee crisis on TRT. 
    3 October – TRT
  • EU wants Britain to carry on contributing to their gilt-edged pensions after Brexit
    The Daily Express quotes our Director Jayne Adye as we express our incredulity at the billions of Pounds the EU is demanding from the UK in pensions liabilities.
    21 September – Daily Express
  • The German election could be good news for Brexit
    The prospective inclusion of the relatively eurosceptic FDP in Angela Merkel’s new coalition combined with a rise in anti-establishment sentiment in Germany could well make a fair and reasonable Brexit deal more likely than not
    September 27 – The Commentator
  • What might the German Election mean for Brexit?
    If Angela Merkel is pressured to be more, and not less, accommodating towards the UK by her new coalition partners, the chances of Britain reaching a good deal with Brussels are far higher
    September 21 – The Parliament Magazine
  • The EU withdrawal bill: a dangerous much ado about nothing 
    The EU withdrawal bill was a necessity to avoid Parliamentary deadlock and legal chaos the day after Brexit. 
    September 13 – Reaction
  • Anti-Brexit demonstrators march on Parliament
    Our very own Jack Tagholm-Child is featured reacting to the anti-Brexit march which took place in Parliament Square.
    September 9 – Channel 4 News
  • ‘We’re NOT paying bureaucrats pensions!’ Brexiteer blasts EU’s ‘illegal’ divorce bill
    Our very own Alexander Fiuza slams Brussels divorce bill proposals on Russia Today.
    August 28 – Daily Express
  • The EU is a house deeply divided 
    The issue of refugees is bringing out into the open the deep divisions inside the EU which make a nonsense of ever closer union. Former communist countries who endured occupation do not take kindly to being dictated to by Brussels, and Brexit may yet be an example they will wish to follow
    August 26 – The Commentator
  • Macron Is No Threat to the City
    President Macron’s France is determined to take the fight to the City of London after Brexit. However, the basic facts on the ground mean they have no chance of getting Paris to supplant London. Macron should give up his pipe dream and promote mutually-beneficial co-operation between Britain and the EU instead.
    August 20 – The Conservative Online
  • The EU should pay for its own agencies
    The EU are trying to squeeze as much money as possible out of Brexit Britain. They are now insisting on moving two EU agencies out of Britain, and want us to foot the bill. Our Brexit negotiators must reject this absurd demand.
    August 18 – Reaction
  • Labour stands to gain from backing Brexit in full
    At some point Labour need to make a choice, and it makes sense to back Brexit.
    August 18 – Labour Leave
  • The ‘New Customs Partnership’ – untested for a very good reason
    The Government’s proposals for an interim period in a Customs Union with the EU after Brexit made waves, but another concern has gone relatively unnoticed. One of the Government’s plans for the permanent post-Brexit customs system, the ‘innovative’ and ‘untested’ idea of a ‘new customs partnership’, is based in a Remain mindset and is totally unacceptable.
    August 17 – BrexitCentral
  • Pending Brexit, immigration has still not been addressed
    The concerns the Great British public has had about immigration have gone unaddressed for decades. The evidence shows the majority of the UK favour a large reduction in immigration and mass migration is not good for the economy. After Brexit the UK governments needs to get a grip on Migration.
    August 16 – The Commentator
  • MEPs’ Interrail proposal would come at huge cost
    Brexit has shaken the foundations of the European Union. Where it has been growing and centralising relentlessly for decades, for the first time it must contend with a nation leaving.
    August 10 – The Parliament Magazine
  • Brexit is a chance to re-balance our Economy
    Brexit offers the UK the opportunity to Boost exports and re-invigorate the North.
    August 8 – CapX
  • ‘What we really send Brussels each week: £156m
    August 7 – İ News
  • Blame the EU for this airport chaos
    The chaos at some European airports is another example of incompetence and bad faith in Europe, while European airlines and Brussels are again showing petty mindedness on aviation policy to punish British travellers for Brexit. They will not succeed in breaking our will
    August 7 – The Commentator
  • UK Government urged to “respect” outcome of EU vote
    August 4 – EU Today
  • How the Government can give us all a Brexit bonus
    With Brexit, we will be able to take back full control over our tax policy. We can abolish the tampon tax, VAT on energy bills, and make more reforms which will make VAT simpler and fairer.
    August 4 – CapX
  • Migrant crisis pushes Europe to the brink
    Alexander Fiuza believes the EU migrant crisis is undermining the stability of the European Union. Brussels must urgently rethink its current strategy of tackling the crisis, he says.
    August 3 – Comment Central
  • Blair and the dangerous, unrepentant Remoaners
    Blair and Co are doing everything they can to derail Brexit – they pose a clear and present danger
    August 1 – The Commentator
  • ‘Now they’re getting REALLY desperate’ EU offer £2bn ‘bribe’ of free travel to students
    PROFLIGATE EU chiefs plan to blow £2billion a year bribing young people with free rail travel around Europe as Britain negotiates a multibillion pound Brexit divorce bill.
    July 30 – Daily Express
  • The great European Parliament Interrail bribe
    A report from the EU Budgetary Committee restates the European Parliament’s support for a so-called ‘18th Birthday Interrail Pass For Europe’, calling on the Commission to push it forward. This scheme, first proposed in 2016, would give every teenager in Europe a ‘free’ Interrail Pass when they hit 18.
    July 28 – Think Scotland
  • The great European Parliament Interrail bribe
    A report from the EU Budgetary Committee restates the European Parliament’s support for a so-called ‘18th Birthday Interrail Pass For Europe’, calling on the Commission to push it forward. This scheme, first proposed in 2016, would give every teenager in Europe a ‘free’ Interrail Pass when they hit 18.
    July 28 – Global Britain
  • Britain has beaten Continental bullies before
    As we have done before, we will push past the bullies in Europe as a truly global trading nation, and we will emerge triumphant from the Brexit negotiations by defying threats, embracing our global connections, and believing in the Great British Public
    July 28 – The Commentator
  • Why we must leave the Customs Union: debunking the myths
    An almost literal ‘world of opportunity’ awaits post-Brexit; a world on which the Customs Union would slam the door
    July 25 – Reaction
  • Trade deal offers show post-Brexit world is our oyster
    At least 35 countries have expressed an interest in a free trade deal with Brexit Britain, including the United States, Japan, and Australia. Brexit is going to be a bonanza. So drop the pessimism, and get behind it.
    July 20 – The Commentator
  • The EU is making poor countries poorer
    The EU likes to present itself as a global force for good, fostering aid and development in the world’s poorest societies. It boasts of its £12 billion aid programme, and calls itself “the most generous donor in the world”. It truly believes itself to be a kindlier world power than the United States, Russia, or China.
    July 18 – CapX
  • The vital importance of the Great Repeal Bill
    The Great Repeal Bill, also known as The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, is a vital step in recovering Britain’s sovereignty. Opportunists and anti-democratic opponents of Brexit are therefore trying to stop it in its tracks. They must not succeed
    July 14 – The Commentator
  • The UK must close all the loopholes to take back control of its fishing waters.
    The UK fishing industry stands to benefit considerably from Brexit. However, this is only if the British government stays vigilant to the EU’s games on the CFP, after the UK leaves the bloc.
    July 13 – BrexitCentral
  • How Will the EU fill the Hole in its Budget After Brexit?
    The EU faces a shortfall of €10 billion after Brexit. This could have stern consequences for the bloc.
    July 12 – Reaction
  • The EU can’t stand up to Russia
    Vested interests mean the EU fails to present a credible force to face up to Vladimir Putin’s ambitions. In reality, the West will be defended by a strong NATO.
    July 11 – Comment Central
  • The senseless Remoaning Tory ‘sensibles’
    The anti-democratic Remainers in the Conservative Party are actually more likely to ensure that Britain leaves the EU without a deal. Cameron and Hammond should be careful what they wish for.
    July 11 – The Commentator
  • Will Erdoğan open Turkey’s European border?
    Turkish cooperation is all that is stopping Europe’s migrant crisis from bubbling over
    July 5 – CapX
  • The EU’s future is far from secure
    There are a number of reasons which make the EU still a very unstable institution. Specifically, two key EU bulwarks – France and Italy – as well as Greece, demonstrate that the EU is far from a solidly grounded entity.
    June 28 – Reaction
  • Enough talk about a transitional deal with the EU
    A transitional arrangement could easily end up meaning another five years until Brexit means Brexit. That could mean Brexit doesn’t happen at all. The talk of a transitional arrangement needs to stop. Let’s just get Britain out, and stop the dithering.
    June 28 – The Commentator
  • The EU can’t escape its economic legacy
    Nothing has changed since the financial and sovereign debt crisis. Debt and Deficits still abound, with interests rates far below what should be considered normal. The EU is wide open to a another sovereign debt crisis if even a moderate global downturn were to occur.
    June 28 – CapX   
  • Brexit activists hold Theresa May’s feet to the fire
    The Danish press meets Get Britain Out, and recounts our effort to hold the government to account on delivering Brexit.
    23 June – Fyens Stiftstidende
  • Distance Won’t Stop a Global Britain
    Emily Thornberry purported in a recent interview that you can’t export food to Australia, because it might go off. This is patently not true. Technological innovation has made the world smaller than ever. Many of the UK’s other trade partners our growing faster than the EU and we should be looking to trade with them – regardless of the distance.
    23 June – The Conservative Online
  • Theresa May Must Stay. For Now.
    With the Conservatives lacking an alternative unity candidate, were Theresa May to step down it would harm the UK’s prospects of a successful Brexit.
    20 June – Comment Central
  • Pro-Brexit, Pro-Europe: Not so hard to understand
    As Britain and the EU begin Brexit negotiations it is timely to restate a fact that is easily missed: Britain is not leaving Europe, just the EU. Brexit is a liberating force for enlightened internationalism, and a rejection of narrow regionalism. Our friends in Europe should embrace our decision, and discard their prejudices
    19 June – The Commentator
  • ECJ boosts prospect of Brexit deal
    The ECJ has inadvertently paved the way for a mutually beneficial Brexit deal, says Alexander Fiuza. 
    16 June – Comment Central
  • This election could finish off the hardcore Europhiles
    All over Britain, one of the few things that we can be pretty confident of in Thursday’s elections is that Remain-friendly candidates are in for a pasting. Eurofanatical Lib Dems and Greens in particular face humiliation. And wouldn’t it be marvellous if Nick Clegg lost his seat? Watch this space...
    7 June – The Commentator
  • Don’t panic! Britain has a strong Brexit hand
    Europe has a lot to lose from a bad Brexit deal. It’s not in the EU’s interests to imperil our strong trade ties, and EU Member States are more reliant than ever on British military support.
    6 June – CapX
  • Labour still hasn’t got a coherent position on Brexit
    Eurosceptics have been waiting almost a year for the Labour Party to fully commit to Brexit. They would be disappointed if they were to read the manifesto, which commits Labour to various missteps. They have days to change, or they will not be a trustworthy option for Brexiteers.
    6 June – ConservativeHome
  • The SNP Aims to Derail Brexit
    The SNP’s manifesto makes clear they don’t want to take back control, but to surrender it to Brussels.
    1 June – Reaction
  • Project Fear Alert: Brexit won’t harm the young
    Remoaners are a sad and desperate bunch who still cannot deal with the referendum result without resort to scare tactics. They say the young will suffer badly after Brexit, but sober analysis shows they stand to gain as much as anyone else
    1 June – The Commentator
  • Lib Dem candidate brands Brexiters as ‘f***wits’ – in area which voted 64% leave
    Liberal Democrat hopeful Stephen Gilbert has sparked outrage after he branded all Brexiters “f***wits” in a rant on Facebook.
    31 May – Daily Express
  • Brexit, the NHS, and the English language
    Foreign doctors are a massive bonus to the NHS. What is dangerous and unfair to all concerned are EU migration rules which mean a European doctor who speaks poor English is given easy access to working in the NHS while a Nigerian doctor who speaks fluent English has a dozen hoops to jump through. Brexit will cure this illness
    26 May – The Commentator
  • Mandy’s Moaning
    Once labelled “The Prince of Darkness” for his near-complete control of New Labour’s rise in the early 90s, Peter Mandelson is a figure of intrigue.
    23 May – Comment Central
  • Britain is still paying for EU propaganda
    The UK sends the EU over £13 billion per year – excluding our rebate. Almost two-thirds of this money is never to return to our shores. In 2018 and 2019, some of this money will go towards promoting the 2019 European Parliament elections, in which Britain will not even take part.
    17 May – CapX
  • Brexit manifesto pledges key to election choice
    It’s important each political party sets out clearly their ambitions for Brexit in their forthcoming manifestos. Commitment to Brexit should be the barometer by which every political party should be judged at the forthcoming general election.
    10 May – Comment Central
  • Nobody wants you back Tony
    Tony Blair has spent so much time snuggling up to dictators since leaving office that he has forgotten what democracy means. His arrogant and clumsy attempts to overturn Brexit will only further discredit the anti-democratic Remain campaign
    10 May – The Commentator
  • Britain, Europe, and Jean-Claude Juncker
    Last week, the European media was buzzing with the news of how the President of the European Commission had once again levelled threats at the UK’s future outside the EU. But history shows such provocation only spurs our great island on to success
    9 May – Reaction
  • France going Eurosceptic regardless of election result
    Macron will win the French elections only because he is not Marine Le Pen. But euroscepticism is surging in France as evidenced by the fact 46% in the first round voted for fiercely eurosceptic candidates. That reality will endure after Sunday’s presidential run off
    5 May – The Commentator
  • What Eurosceptics can get out of the General Election
    A strong vote for pro-Brexit parties in next month’s General Election will prove to the world that the British people are serious about leaving the EU
    4 May – Reaction
  • Why hasn’t Ken left yet?
    Given Ken Livingstone’s proclamation during the referendum campaign that, in the event of a vote in favour of Brexit, he would leave the country, Jayne Adye ponders why he still has yet to leave
    3 May – Comment Central
  • Brexit means an end to EU boondoggles
    The EU’s regional development programme wasn’t working. So why copy it? The British government can certainly make better use of taxpayers’ money than the EU.
    25 April – CapX
  • Election chance to strengthen Brexit mandate
    The forthcoming general election offers an opportunity for the British pubic to further strengthen the government’s mandate for delivering a hard Brexit 
    21 April – Comment Central
  • Mogherini: UK to lose more than the EU from Brexit
    EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini has said Britain will lose more than the EU from its decision to leave the bloc.
    21 April – Parliament Magazine
  • Former Belgian PM says he is “glad” UK will quit EU
    Former Belgian prime minister Elio Di Rupo has sparked controversy after he said he is “glad” the UK is leaving the EU.
    20 April – EU Today
  • Europe needs our co-operation on defence
    The hypocrisy of denouncing Britain for daring to raise the prospect of no Brexit deal, while taking every ludicrous ultimatum from the EU as entirely natural and justified, needs to be challenged. Defence is an example where we are perfectly ready to play fair, but not at any price
    16 April – The Commentator
  • How EU is facing RUPTURE as Brussels splits into SEPARATE power blocs
    THE countries within the European Union (EU) are seemingly more divided than ever despite the bloc’s top apparatchiks constantly declaring “Europe is our common future”.
    15 April – Daily Express
  • Plaid Cymru is seeking to subvert the wish of the Welsh people for Brexit
    As the Scottish National Party shamelessly exploit the strong Remain vote in Scotland in the EU Referendum for their ideological goal of independence, Plaid Cymru have been trying to follow in their footsteps in Wales. Their problem, however, is that Wales voted for Brexit.
    15 April – Conservative Home
  • Brexit must mean no more benefit tourism
    Isn’t it enough the UK has given the EU over half a trillion pounds since we joined – only now to learn we must give away even more in benefits to migrants and their relatives who don’t even live here? Brexit must mean no more benefit tourism
    12 April – The Commentator
  • REVEALED: How Britain will pay another £26BILLION into EU during Brexit talks
    BRITAIN will contribute at least a further £26billion in membership contributions to the European Union over the two years it negotiates a Brexit deal to leave the bloc.
    1 April – Daily Express
  • The Commission’s contempt for voters
    In delaying controversial proposals until after key elections and referendums, the European Commission barely hides its contempt for European voters and the democratic process
    31 March – Comment Central
  • The EU needs a rethink on its 60th birthday
    This weekend EU leaders will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome – the founding document of European integration. But are they right to do so at a time when Britain is leaving the EU, euroscepticism is on the rise across Europe, the Eurozone and Schengen are failing, and Jean-Claude Juncker is engaged in increasingly desperate attempts to save the bloc?
    25 March – Brexit Central
  • Leave sceptics wrong on tariffs
    It is time for politicians and corporations to be realistic, accept Brexit is happening, and accept the UK is leaving the Single Market and the Customs Union
    24 March – Comment Central
  • Put Brexit first and reject a new general election
    Downing Street has denied it plans to call a fresh general election this spring, and many Conservatives might be kicking themselves. But a fresh general election would be an unnecessary risk, and would divert attention from the main task of delivering the best possible Brexit deal
    22 March – Reaction
  • Sturgeon’s self-defeating referendum opportunism
    The UK single market is far more important to the Scottish economy than the EU single market. Nicola Sturgeon’s (unworkable) plan to leave the former for the latter shows her up as an opportunist who will put personal and ideological ambitions above Scotland’s interests
    20 March – The Commentator
  • There should be no more referendums, the UK must leave
    Members of the European Parliament should beware of those arguing for the final Brexit deal to be put to yet another EU Referendum in Britain. The Great British Public have already spoken. Now is the time for the Government to be allowed to negotiate with confidence and deliver a good deal for Brexit Britain.
    17 March – EU Reporter
  • British farmers don’t need the Common Agricultural Policy which fails to reward efficiency and hard work
    Leaving the EU will allow the UK to have a tailor-made agricultural policy, rather than a one-size-fits-all scheme
    9 March – Brexit Central
  • The Lib Dems should drop their cynical anti-Brexit crusade
    For all the headlines, in reality the Liberal Democrats are irrelevant
    9 March – Reaction
  • Brexit is our future, the Lords is not
    Lord Heseltine is the face of Britain’s past. Brexit is the face of Britain’s future. Has beens in a remote and unelected House of Lords must not be allowed to thwart the will of the British people
    8 March – The Commentator
  • Time for the EU to face up to reality
    The time for excuses is over. The EU must face up to reality: the rising tide of hostility towards a European federalist superstate is nobody’s fault but the EU’s
    6 March – Comment Central
  • The fishing opportunity for Brexit Britain
    Brexit is an exciting opportunity for us to reclaim our sovereignty and restore our fishing industry, taking our place alongside Norway, Iceland, and the Faroes as a regional fishing powerhouse. It’s another great reason to be filled with optimism about our post-EU future
    2 March – The Commentator
  • D-Day for Brexit
    Theresa May to trigger Article 50 on March 15 despite defeat by Lords who demand that she IMMEDIATELY guarantees the rights of EU nationals already in the UK
    2 March – Daily Mail
  • REVEALED: 69 Remain MPs at risk of losing seats in general election
    NEW research today named 69 MPs who could be most at risk of losing their seats at the next general election if local voters rally behind pro-Brexit parties.
    2 March – Daily Express
  • Cost of EU Parliament set to soar as new President to be protected by 12 BODYGUARDS
    THE cost of security for MEPs and staff at the European Union’s Parliament is set to rise again with President Antonio Tajani to be protected with 12 bodyguards.
    23 February – Daily Express
  • Both possible successors to Corbyn have electorally disastrous views on the EU
    A Labour Party which tramples on the concerns of its voters at this crucial time, could be the beginning of the end. However, this would be bad for British democracy, at the very moment it is returned.
    22 February – Conservative Home
  • Food prices could drop by hundreds of pounds a year if tariffs are axed after Brexit, anti-EU campaigners claim
    Lamb chops, fresh prawns, wine, strawberries and honey are just some of the items that could see significant price decreases
    19 February – The Sun
  • No peace inside the Eurozone for Greece
    The unresolved Greek debt crisis has flared up again pitting the IMF against the German-led EU. Greece can never recover until it quits a single curreny that is out of kilter with its fundamentals. But La La Land Eurocrats will destroy Greece altogether before admittimg they are wrong
    18 February – The Commentator
  • Brexit a win-win situation for farmers and consumers
    Our current membership of the EU means more expensive food, as it’s the EU which has established vast tariffs on agricultural produce. After Brexit our food will be better and cheaper. So, let’s get Britain out as soon as we can.
    5 November – The Commentator
  • A Brexit Deal For The Whole UK
    The First Ministers of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland can contribute to the Brexit deal by consulting with the Government, rather than voting on the final package. It will then be up to the Prime Minister to achieve her “bespoke” deal which will work for the whole of the UK, ensuring a successful Brexit when we Get Britain Out of the European Union.
    3 November – Huffington Post
  • Project Fear – Well and truly debunked
    Last week we saw the warnings of Project Fear being well and truly debunked. Companies like Nissan are continuing to invest in the UK, and statistics reveal our economy is still going strong. Brexit is going to be a great success
    2 November – The Commentator
  • Brexit makes airport expansion essential
    Theresa May must be both brave and bold to ensure Brexit is a success. Expanding the UK’s airport capacity is a vital first step for Brexit Britain, and essential for proving why we were right to Get Britain Out of the EU.
    24 October – The Commentator
  • The continued misuse of our money by the EU underlines the case for taking back control
    Is there no end to the wasteful ways in which the European Union will spend our money? Week after week, new details emerge of such waste, which exposes the reality about the EU’s careless attitude when it comes to the money raised in tax by EU member states
    21 October – Brexit Central
  • Hammond accused of undermining Brexit and not seeing opportunities
    Get Britain Out speaks to RTUK
    17 October – RTUK
  • Britain’s bright future after Brexit
    It is becoming clearer and clearer, from multiple sources and multiple countries, that Britain has a bright future after Brexit. Let’s make it happen as soon as possible and prove to future generations that voters made the right decision.
    17 October – The Commentator
  • Prime Minister May Must Not Allow Hammond to Undermine Brexit
    The past fortnight has seen numerous speeches from British politician’s concerning Brexit. The Prime Minister, in her first speech to Conservative Party Conference as leader, responded to the defeatism which consumes much of the political establishment.
    17 October – Breitbart London
  • The CBI’s journey from ‘Project Fear’ to ‘Remoaner’
    The pro-EU CBI has not held its hands up after its Project Fear predictions all collapsed. Instead, it continues to peddle the myth of economic meltdown. The organisation has moved seamlessly from an agent of ‘Project Fear’ to a ‘Remoaner’, crossing its fingers and wishing for the apocalypse
    12th October – The Commentator
  • Across Europe Euroscepticism is on the Rise, and is Here to Stay
    The EU project is failing. Brexit is the symptom rather than the cause, and the UK is the first domino which could topple the entire political project of a United States of Europe
    8th October – Breitbart
  • A Sensible Brexit Policy Is The Only Way To Save The Labour Party
    Electoral oblivion can be avoided, but only if Labour embraces Brexit and stands up for its core voters. These policies will fit with Labour’s ideology and will appeal not only to Labour Party members but to the wider public.
    3 September – Huffington Post
  • Could Deutsche Bank crisis cause the EU to collapse?
    The enormity of the crisis surrounding Deutsche Bank is another illustration that Brexit was the right decision. Indeed, if the crisis spirals any further there may not be much of a European Union left for Britain to leave
    3 October – The Commentator
  • Brexit Has Left Sturgeon and Scottish Nationalism Floundering
    On Tuesday Nicola Sturgeon blamed Brexit on the UK Government’s austerity policies. Speaking at the annual conference of the Institute of Directors (IoD) in London, the Scottish First Minister warned listeners she was “profoundly concerned” about the implications of the UK leaving the EU, with the early signs “not encouraging”.
    1 October – Breitbart London
  • Leave Lies? Remainers Need To Look In The Mirror
    It is about time us Brexiteers challenged this ridiculous narrative of leave lies and remain truths. We voted ‘Leave’ for control over the laws of this country, and the patronising suggestion we are gullible idiots is quite frankly ridiculous.
    26 September – Huffington Post
  • Brexit is an Opportunity For Britain To Take a Leading Role in Reinventing NATO
    Last Wednesday, in his ‘State of the Union’ address, the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker attempted to put forward an upbeat vision of the EU. Largely ignoring the Brexit-sized elephant, Juncker instead chose to stick to his tried and tested approach: “The European project continues. Let’s choose to look forward. Be positive.” Get Britain Out questions whether simply ignoring such a major setback is a wise move, but it seems Juncker is determined to continue to try and put a positive spin on things. No matter what the question is, the answer for Juncker is always the same – more Europe.
    22 September – Breitbart London
  • Our Universities And Schools Will Thrive After Brexit
    The Brexit vote was about control; it was not about turning the clock back. There are some areas where international co-operation is beneficial, some areas where it is not. Brexit means we will be able to have total control over our education policy.
    20 September – Huffington Post
  • Control over our borders after Brexit
    The governments is to be applauded for looking seriously at tough but fair variants for a post-Brexit immigration system. But ruling out a points based system may not be the best idea. That said, we will get back control of our borders after Brexit, and the sooner that happens the better.
    13 September – The Commentator
  • Time For A Brexit Law To Guarantee The Referendum Result
    Over two months has passed since the people of the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU. It was billed as the most momentous decision the electorate would take for a generation. But what has happened to date? Absolutely nothing.
    31 August – Huffington Post
  • Pro-Remain billionaire Sir Martin Sorrell changes his tune on Brexit and calls on Theresa May to get us out of the EU as soon as possible
    Advertising chief adds weight to growing pressure on the PM to trigger Article 50 as soon as possible
    25 August – The Sun
  • Sir Martin Sorrell a top remain boss, joins call to get out of EU as soon as possible
    GLOBAL businessman Sir Martin Sorrell yesterday added his weight to calls on Theresa May to get a move on with Brexit.
    25 August – Daily Express
  • Through greater trade we can have a greater Britain
    Brexit will enable the UK to throw off the EU shackles. The increasing demand for British goods and services from Commonwealth nations has the potential to boost the UK economy for years to come. As the EU continues to decline, British exporters should be licking their lips at the prospect of a Brexit bonanza.
    20 August – The Commentator
  • A new UK immigration policy to work for all
    There are some terrific new ideas coming out of the Brexit camp on immigration. The vast majority of people support immigration, but not uncontrolled immigration. We should be filled with enthusiasm about a new, fair, and sane immigration agenda for Britain.
    18 August – The Commentator
  • Agents of ‘Project Fear’ Finally Come to Their Senses
    As we can see the initial fear of Brexit has now turned to optimism since the referendum result was announced. It is clear big business feared Brexit because the future was unknown, but Brexit has become a reality, and the business opportunities are clearly endless.
    17 August – Huffington Post
  • British Farmers Can Have a Bright Future
    Brexit will undoubtedly have a profound effect on UK farmers. Currently the UK is a member of the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), which dominates British agriculture.
    15 August – Huffington Post
  • How the City of London can thrive after Brexit
    Whilst key players in the City supported Remain for the sake of stability, many are now positive about the opportunities Brexit will bring. And with good reason. Once we get Britain out of the EU, expect to see the UK financial sector go from strength to strength
    12 August – The Commentator
  • As Long As We Pay The EU, We Must Have Our Say!
    The announcement of Sir Julian King’s new role as Europe’s new “Commissioner for the Security Union” has been celebrated by some as a sign of the European Commission getting serious about Brexit. They point out how King could have been given a derisory role which some Brussels insiders had previously joked about. This however ignores the reality of King’s new role.
    6 August – Breitbart London
  • Brexit can end managed decline, forge new global Britain
    The British establishment adopted “managed decline” after Suez, viewing the EU as a crutch to sustain us.
    6 August – The Commentator
  • Wake-Up Call: The EU Must Change or Collapse
    The United Kingdom’s decision to Vote Leave in the referendum on June 23rd should have been a wake-up call for EU leaders.
    29 July – Breitbart London
  • Britain’s future is with the Commonwealth
    With Brexit we have a chance to right the historic wrong of joining the EU and betraying our natural allies. Now, once again, we can fully re-engage with the Commonwealth
    28 July – The Commentator
  • An EU Trade War Would Destroy the European Project
    An EU which fails to create trade deals of mutual benefit to all parties involved, will not strengthen the EU, but weaken it
    27 July – Huffington Post
  • Brussels deal keeping Britain from being fully independent of EU sparked fury
    A DEAL that could stop Britain from fully leaving the EU sparked anger last night
    25 July – Daily Express
  • How Brexit can mean Brexit
    In order to regain control of our borders we must reject the single market and go for free trade with the EU instead. Johnson, Davis and Fox are the right people to get us where we need to be. It’s happening. Britain is indeed leaving the EU.
    22 July – The Commentator
  • Article 50 and the Brexit process explained
    Article 50 and the European Communities Act 1972 need some explaining. What does not need explanation is, “Brexit means Brexit”. We must hold Theresa May to her word
    July 15 – The Commentator
  • Grassroots fury at being denied vote in Tory leadership contest
    A BACKLASH was growing last night among grassroots Tory members angry at being denied a vote in their party’s leadership contest.
    12 July – Daily Express
  • EU Citizens Need Not Worry Over the Impact of Brexit
    We at Get Britain Out would like to reassure all readers your right of residency will not be removed, as to do so would not only be immoral, but also illegal.
    11 July – Huffington Post
  • Brexit: Who will lead the UK out of Europe?
    One of our team live on Al Jazeera with UKIP’s Suzanne Evans
    7 July – Al Jazeera
  • Prime Minister Theresa May — An Insult To Democracy
    The Home Secretary Theresa May has put herself forward as the candidate with experience. She points to her record time in the Home Office as evidence of her competence.
    5 July – Breitbart London
  • Tory fury over legal bid to prevent Brexit without vote in Parliament
    One of our team live on Russia Today
    4 July – Russia Today
  • Get Britain Out talks to Kaye Adams
    One of our team live on the Kaye Adams Programme (9.20 – 9.45)
    4 July – BBC Radio Scotland.
  • A brief Brexit blueprint
    It is doubtful Remainers would have shown any decency to Brexiteers if they had won. But we must not stoop to their level. A solid plan for Brexit must be inclusive of all Britons’ views. Here’s how, says Matthew Ellery from Get Britain Out
    2 July – The Commentator
  • Brexit referendum Special Issue
    Our Campaign Director describes her feelings at the referendum result on page 19 of the EU’s Parliament magazine
    29 June – Parliament Magazine
  • Get Britain Out talks to RT International
    One of our team live on Russia Today
    24 June – Russia Today
  • Undecided Voters at the Eastbourne Tennis
    A member of our team appeared on BBC South East Today, to speak to undecided voters.
    22 June – BBC South East
  • Ignore ‘Little Europeans’ and vote for a Global Britain
    Go for Project Hope, not Project Fear. Britain can regain its independence on Thursday. These opportunities do not come around very often. Let’s get Britain out of the European Union, and make a fresh start
    22 June – The Commentator
  • Higher Phone Bills Inside the EU
    It’s true the EU will – by June 2017 – have abolished the difference in cost between using your phone in this country and in another EU country, with the process of harmonising the prices having already begun. On the face of it this sounds like a rare EU success story, but rather than looking at the headline of this policy, it is important to understand who pays for this reduction in fees. You!
    21 June – Huffington Post
  • Remain Means an End to An Independent Britain
    On June 23, there’s no status quo option for EU membership. If we vote to stay in, we lose even more independence as we progress towards a unified superstate. Just look at the plans for an EU army. The only option is to leave before it’s too late
    21 June – The Commentator
  • Dodgy Dave’s Turkish Dishonesty
    “Misleading” and “absolutely wrong” is how the Prime Minister describes ‘Leave’ campaigners who suggest Turkey could join the European Union. Unfortunately for him, it’s Mr Cameron who has in fact been “misleading” and “absolutely wrong” – and we have the evidence to prove it.
    16 June – Huffington Post
  • 57 pro-leave Tory MPs promise to vote down Osborne’s ‘Brexit budget’
    One of our team live on Russia Today
    15 June – Russia Today
  • EU Strangles Small Business, In Favour of Top 1 Percent
    Cameron and remain constantly stress the interests of the very biggest firms, which may benefit from EU membership. But the vast majority of companies are small, and they are being strangled by corrupt EU regulation. For the benefit of the 99 percent, we need to get Britain out of the EU now
    15 June – The Commentator