Category Archives: EU Referendum

Defra is analysing its Retained EU Law!


On Monday our local MP Caroline Lucas asked several questions on the theme of the European Law. There were two questions which were responded by Mark Spencer who is the Minister of State for Defra (Department for Environment, Food and … Continue reading

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Now, I am a democrat. I respect what British people voted for


These words came from Elizabeth Truss towards the end of her Prime Minister Question session yesterday and it was in response to a question or a call from Stella Creasy, the Labour MP for Walthamstow in London. I was very … Continue reading

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The Government is finally reversing their proposal


This is the document that appeared last night in the Telegraph which begins with the statement from Therese Coffey who is currently the deputy Prime Minister. ‘I don’t mind if they are coming from abroad’ as she battles to deal … Continue reading

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Liz Truss admits US trade deal will not resume for years


The travel to the US today by our new UK Prime Minister, Liz Truss appears to reflect on the statements from the Government over the last six months. Apparently there is no prospect for a deal with the USA for … Continue reading

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European Union support from our next Prime Minister


If Elizabeth Truss becomes our next Prime Minister as it indicates she will, here are some of her comments in Parliament regarding the European Union. She spoke about it on the 17th March 2016 during a discussion about Farming we … Continue reading

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Alan Sugar calls for a significant response to Brexit


The call from Alan Sugar on twitter is very significant “The biggest liars in 2016 was Boris and Gove with the red bus. They should both go to Jail. As a chairman of a public company if I mislead or … Continue reading

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If Sunak is PM will make the UK a ‘science superpower’


A few days ago the Institute of Engineering and Technology posted an article on their website which was written by Beatriz Valero de Urquia and which can be obtained from here. He suggests claims that if Rishi Sunak becomes the … Continue reading

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EU roaming charges may surprise some of us


According to the Institute of Engineering and Technology there is a challenge that will face people who travel over to the EU area and use their telephones. They have spotted the call from Martin Lewis who is the founder of … Continue reading

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If investors leave due to BREXIT will there be a review?


A couple of days ago Revolution Breeze – Sue Jones (@SueJonesSays) who is the “Public interest issues, policy, human rights & social sciences. Researcher & writer for: Politics & Insights (home site), & others Social Affairs Editor: Scisco politicsandinsights.org“ put out this … Continue reading

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Some very good Brexit comments from people I respect


Earlier this evening I spotted a tweet from my friend Jane Gould who I very much respect. She was focusing on the comment by Chris Daw who I also agree with. This was the tweet that Jane has shared I … Continue reading

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