Monthly Archive: February 2018

BRITAIN AND THE EU: A Bad Romance Part 2

The Single European Act 1986 (SEA) became the first major revision of the 1957 Treaty of Rome. This new Act set the European Community an objective of establishing a single market by 31 December 1992, The SEA’s signing had grown from...

Theresa May Says Brexit Is “Start Of A Bright New Chapter In Our National Story”, Despite Voting Against It

Prime Minister Theresa May has called Brexit the “start of a bright new chapter in our national story” ahead of a key cabinet meeting on Thursday, in which she will attempt to unite her...

BRITAIN AND THE EU: A Bad Romance Part 1

Editors Note: We were sent the below by Grant Smith who has given us kind permission to reproduce, it presents to the reader a history of Britain’s misadventures with the European Union. In this...

WATCH: “I Didn’t Like That We Recognised The Public Opinion To Come Out!” – Remoaner John Prescott ADMITS He’s Against The People

Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott has admitted this week on the BBC’s Question Time that he is against the Labour party accepting the referendum result and believes that the party should be against...

An African Perspective On Foreign Aid

While networking on Facebook, I inadvertently came across a young man in Africa. I got chatting to 17-year-old Omar Sowe, who lives in The Gambia. He seemed overjoyed to have made a friend. Omar...

UKIP DEBATE: Should We Extend The Interim Leaders Term?

Editors Note: We received the below from one of our regular correspondents, Alan Craig and in order to widen the debate and involve the membership we republish below.  Dear UKIP colleague, The party has...

WATCH: “Will you SACK your vice-chairman?!” – Prescott SLAMS Tory Chairman Over Corbyn Spy Rumours

Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott hit out at Conservative Party Chairman Brandon Lewis last night, arguing that he should have sacked his Vice Chairman who accused Jeremy Corbyn of selling state secrets to...

COUNCILLOR RAY TIPPING: Why I Am Back Where I Belong In UKIP

Editors Note: The author is a District Councillor on South Derbyshire District Council.  I joined UKIP in 2015 after attending a meeting in Derby where Nigel Farage was the main speaker. I realised he was saying...