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By Get Britain Out, posted on November 24, 2016

This article was first published on Breitbart. “I respect the referendum, but…” is the new mantra for Remoaner MPs – and is always followed by an explanation of why the referendum ought to be ignored. It is a delicious contradiction in terms, illuminating the public on the vacuous nature of the MP who is saying it…. Read more

091121-F-0782R-036 KABUL, Afghanistan (November 21, 2009) U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William B. Caldwell, IV, left, receives the Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan guidon from Gen. Stanley McChrystal, Commander, International Security Assistance Force and U.S. Forces Afghanistan, during the ceremony marking the change of command and the official activation of the NATO Training Mission - Afghanistan at Camp Eggers in Kabul, Nov. 21, 2009. Lt. Gen. Caldwell assumed command from Maj. Gen. Richard P. Formica, and the Combined Security Transition Command - Afghanistan merged with the new NATO Training Mission - Afghanistan to create a unified command responsible for building capability and capacity within the Afghan Ministries of Defense and Interior. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Staff Sgt. Larry E. Reid Jr., RELEASED
By Get Britain Out, posted on November 23, 2016

This article was first published on The Commentator. Donald Trump’s promise to “Make America Great Again” was a highly effective and succinct message to the American voters. It promised a return to former glory, with the United States’ interests coming first. No wonder President-elect Donald Trump dislikes the current relationship between the United States and… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on November 23, 2016

This article was first published on the Parliament Magazine. Since the 23 June referendum, we have heard many terms to describe the possible Brexit deal – ‘hard Brexit’, ‘soft Brexit’ even ‘clean Brexit’ (as opposed to ‘dirty Brexit’ presumably). However, none of these terms are particularly descriptive. They do not convey any sensible message either… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on November 15, 2016

This article was first published on The Commentator. The EU Referendum put immigration back on the agenda, reminding us of its impact on communities and public services. Though many Eurosceptics are branded ‘racist’, they are merely putting their communities first. If there is conflict, it exists in the communities struggling the most. It’s unsurprising the… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on November 7, 2016

This article was first published on Huffington Post. On June 23rd this year, almost 17.5 million people voted for the UK to ‘Leave’ the European Union. More people voted ‘Leave’ than have ever voted for any political party in any UK general election. The mandate is therefore undeniable – the majority of voters want the… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on November 5, 2016

This article was first published on Brexit Central. Last year, we celebrated the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta. That single event marked the beginning of a journey, during which powers have been transferred from the powerful few to the Great British Public. Key historical events define this journey, such as the… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on November 5, 2016

This article was first published on The Commentator. On June 23rd, the UK voted to ‘Leave’ the EU. We hoped this would be the end of ‘Project Fear’. If only! Nick Clegg continues to wave the‘Project Fear’ flag by claiming food prices will increase if the UK leaves the Single Market. We at Get Britain… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on November 3, 2016

This article was first published on Huffington Post. Last Monday, Theresa May and the First Ministers of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland met to discuss Brexit negotiations with the European Union. The Government has offered the First Ministers a ‘hotline’ to consult with Brexit Secretary, David Davis throughout the negotiation process. This doesn’t go far… Read more