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By Get Britain Out, posted on July 11, 2017

This article was first published on Comment Central. 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, says Joseph Hackett. For many Remainers, the EU is the great defender of the West. To turn your… Read more

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron (L) is welcomed by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (R) ahead of a meeting at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium February 16, 2016.  REUTERS/Yves Herman
By Get Britain Out, posted on July 11, 2017

This article was originally posted on The Commentator The anti-democratic Remainers in the Conservative Party are actually more likely to ensure that Britain leaves the EU without a deal. Their divisive tactics just mean the default position of the hardest possible Brexit is more likely to occur than not. Cameron and Hammond should be careful… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on July 5, 2017

This article was first published on CapX For Italy, the Migrant Crisis is back – if it ever went away. Some 83,000 migrants from across Africa have landed in Italy this year already – a 12 per cent increase on this period last year. The last week alone has seen a surge of over 12,000… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on June 30, 2017

John Redwood’s latest diary entry discusses myths about leaving the EU The latest scare stories doing the rounds seek to suggest that the UK could not trade successfully with the rest of the EU from outside the single market and customs union if there is no deal. I have explained in general terms why I… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on June 28, 2017

This article was originally published on Reaction Commentators have argued Emmanuel Macron’s victory in France, and Mark Rutte’s in The Netherlands, have reconsolidated the moderate Pro-European position – which appeared to be teetering – sweeping aside the anti-EU populism which had been centre stage in the French and Dutch elections. Whilst this may be true… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on June 28, 2017

John Redwood’s latest diary entry looks at the EU’s state of self-delusion Listening to the EU reactions to Mrs May’s generous and sensible proposals on residence and citizenship, I concluded we are still months off the EU being ready to discuss our future relationship in a productive way. They seem to think it is our problem,… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on June 28, 2017

This article was first published on The Commentator 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. It recently emerged Brexit Secretary David Davis… Read more

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By Get Britain Out, posted on June 28, 2017

This article was first published on CapX The Remain-supporting media’s latest favourite plot line is the stark contrast between the EU – which is said to be on the up, buoyed by a renewed sense of purpose and unity – and the UK, which looks faltering and divided. Among the evidence cited to support this theory… Read more