Category Archives: EU Referendum

Ministers claim Protocol rather than Brexit is a problem


The Prime Minister is using twitter to claim that because Germany allows transfer from one part of their nation to another without any barriers that transfers from England, Wales or Scotland to Northern Ireland should therefore be without any barriers. … Continue reading

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Five years on and where do we need to go?


After 1826 days, today we can acknowledge or perhaps celebrate the impact of our national recommendation for the Government to leave the EU. Although all referenda are legally restricted to simply advise the Government, the 2015 Government made it very … Continue reading

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Are the Leave EU Politicians only focused on their holidays?


Our departure from the EU which is still less than six months old is seriously impacting on a number of our industries and our communities. The impact on the Northern Ireland region is probably the most high profile situation and … Continue reading

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This Queens Speech includes several Conservative U turns


Last week the second Queens Speeches since the 2019 General Election and the first in this decade took place. Inevitably the one that follows a General Election is focused on the Manifesto that was published by the party or group … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland – their challenge is being overlooked


When an MP asks a question that is not very clear it gives the Government the opportunity to either ignore the real subject and give a superficial response or to focus on the real challenges and try to explain what … Continue reading

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Could this be a way to achieve Political Unity in Sussex?


Today is the final day of the recess from the House of Commons so tomorrow our local Members of Parliament will be travelling up to Westminster to begin working on a range of themes. This Easter break has been a … Continue reading

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The greater our unity at home, the stronger our influence abroad


I wrote a piece yesterday on the theme of our nations Foreign Aid provision that a local Tory MP pointed out was promised in his 2019 Manifesto and several previous manifestos. Along with that MP there are a number of … Continue reading

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When did Douglas Ross and chums do a reality check for the UK?


I must be honest that I don’t read many pieces from the Daily Express but 10 hours ago Brian McGleenon wrote this piece with this headline (which I have slightly adjusted). I have also added a couple more photos for … Continue reading

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Four headlines in the last 24 hours


Its fascinating that the Daily Express is simply one of the Newspapers that for many years has encouraged us to vote to leave the EU and then when our Nation had done so it told us that leaving was the … Continue reading

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Some strange views from some angry powerful people


It is always challenging when people who have significant influence and indeed power in our nation make a range of statements that are clearly disconnected from the others they have made. Sadly these folk shown here are willing to change … Continue reading

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