Tag Archives: European Union

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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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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The UK and USA are both facing leadership credibility


Although Boris Johnson is about to step down as Prime Minister in the UK and that currently Donald Trump is not the President, the fact that both of these men were the Nations leaders and given how at one time … Continue reading

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Some important questions on the Cancer Plan theme


A few days ago two Conservative MPs raised a significant questions to their Government about the Cancer plan that is currently being assessed. At that stage they were not aware that an identical question had been raised a few days … Continue reading

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Many thanks to all of the people who have helped protect us


My Father was only 15 when the VE day took place and so thankfully he never went to war, but had been born 5 years earlier things would have been very different. However in my youth I did meet many … Continue reading

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A completely incompetent Politician!


Throughout the last few years there have been many public statements made by Jacob Rees-Mogg that have raised all sorts of questions about his credibility. However until today most of them have stopped short of crossing a line that today … Continue reading

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Henry Smith, Crawley MP is clearly out of touch


As MPs from across the country enter into a range of discussions regarding the European Union it is inevitable that their lack of understanding will emerge in public. There are many MPs whose grasp of the EU demonstrates how unsuitable … Continue reading

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After the EU, UNESCO then the UN and NATO and then where next?


The decision by our International Development Minister to publicly state her desire to withdraw us from the United Nations agency UNESCO should raise all sorts of concerns amongst the nation that created UNESCO and which has benefited enormously from it … Continue reading

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A very different type of referendum


If as a nation we are to follow through the ‘plan’ set out by Parliament to leave the European Union, there are exactly 6 months or 180 days before the end of the process from today. For some people who … Continue reading

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We must look beyond our own shores


In the last 24 hours two British senior politicians from both sides of the House of Commons with clear responsibility for our role overseas have been raising concerns about internal aspects of our nation and it is clear that both … Continue reading

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