Tag Archives: Nigel Farage

Thank you Home Office for challenging Farage’s dishonest tweet


The twitter shown here from Nigel Farage appeared at around 8am on Saturday about an hour before he was invited onto a TV programme to speak about the same issue and he added to it very significantly. In that interview … Continue reading

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I am so disappointed that the Fishing Industry is feeling let down


I voted to remain in the EU back in 2016. I confess I had no real view about it from the fishing industry point of view. I also did not feel that the EU is the best thing in the … Continue reading

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The irony of the latest No Deal Brexit barrier – 1500 years old


As the Government is making a last minute dash towards a No Deal Brexit, and is just spending around a Billion Pounds to prepare for how we will deal with such issues, it has hit a barrier that was built … Continue reading

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The Home Office must change its behaviour and attitudes


This tweet re-appeared yesterday along with a comment from Paul Bernal, a tweeter I often agree with. He was responding to how the Home Office is currently behaving towards our borders and Scotland and I have included his comment below. … Continue reading

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Will we be able to celebrate 70 years of the Refugee Convention?


In around 50 weeks on the 28th July 2021, the 1951 Refugee Convention or Geneva Convention will have reached its 70 year Anniversary. In one sense we should be able to celebrate that despite the many challenges that have arisen … Continue reading

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Two ex MEPs who ignore facts that oppose their extreme views


Two days ago Daniel Hannan posted this tweet which is both inept and potentially very provocative for people who may not have taken the time to follow his link, or watched or listened to the Governmental Coronavirus daily update on … Continue reading

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Many thanks and I wish you a good future


It would be very easy to say thanks to people like Catherine, John and Alexandra Philips and to be pleased that people like Nigel and Daniel are no longer earning money from our funding. However the fact is that all … Continue reading

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The empty climate change podium of our less than Prime-Minister


It seems as though Mr Johnson along with Mr Farage are not willing to participate in a debate about climate change that is taking place this evening on Channel 4. Of course there is still a few hours to go … Continue reading

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Farage and Banks want personal publicity rather than electoral credibility


It was always questionable if the Brexit Party stood any prospect of winning a Parliamentary seat next month, given the challenge for all small parties to do so. Thankfully we face the prospect of an increase in Green, Plaid Cymru … Continue reading

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The Absurd concepts behind Farage’s fear attacks


According to the tweet on the right hand side, Nigel is angry that some British MPs (who together represent 3 nations and Northern Ireland) have been making contact with the EU nations Government contacts. Presumably he has forgotten that this … Continue reading

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