As we see it

No, voters have not changed their minds on Brexit

December 7th, 2017|0 Comments

by Peter Lyon IT IS NOW almost 18 months since 17.4 million voters (52%) opted to Leave the European Union in the EU Referendum. Since then, politicians and commentators wishing to reverse or dilute this clear [...]

Why the EU’s hand is weaker than is being claimed

November 14th, 2017|0 Comments

by Daniel Huggins WHO BENEFITS most from the UK’s membership of the EU? Much has been written about the terrible impact on us of a “cliff-edge”, no-deal exit. But the political implications of it on both [...]

New Brexit Paper puts the real cost of EU at nearly one billion a day

November 10th, 2017|0 Comments

Boris was wrong – EU membership costs £980 million per week and we are exposed to a further £1 trillion of other liabilities NEW RESEARCH by city financial expert Bob Lyddon, published by Global Britain [The Brexit [...]

A German perspective on the Brexit negotiations

October 30th, 2017|0 Comments

by Brian Monteith Global Britain is pleased to be able to make available a speech given at the House of Lords on 24th October by Dr Markus Krall, invited by kind invitation of Lord Fairfax. It [...]

We need a new vision for Europe post Brexit

October 3rd, 2017|0 Comments

by Alex Story FOR BORIS JOHNSON, voting Leave is a Great Escape. Referring to the EU in March 2016, before the June 23 vote, Johnson told the BBC’s Andrew Marr that “the jailer has accidentally [...]

A Gulf free trade deal can show the importance of Brexit

August 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

by Brian Monteith WITH NEWS last week that Saudi Arabia favours New York over London for the listing of oil giant Saudi Aramco, there is growing cause for concern that Britain is losing grip on post-Brexit [...]

Brexit is a chance to rebalance our economy

August 14th, 2017|0 Comments

By Jack Tagholm-Child THE LEFT has long insisted that Margaret Thatcher destroyed our manufacturing base and created an economy almost wholly reliant on services, in particular the inherent vice of economic production: finance. Like most [...]

Only leaving the EU allows the UK to abolish taxes like the ‘Tampon Tax’

August 9th, 2017|0 Comments

by Joseph Hackett IN MARCH 2016, Britain appeared to have scored a rare victory in Brussels. The deeply unpopular and unfair “tampon tax” – the 5 per cent VAT applied to women’s sanitary products – was [...]

The great European Parliament Interrail bribe

July 27th, 2017|0 Comments

by Alexander Fiuza The European Union is well known for its willingness to spend billions of pounds on its propaganda. It gives handouts to loyal Non-Governmental Organisations, sets up wasteful promotional projects, and spends huge [...]

Health scare? The EU should be careful what it threatens

July 24th, 2017|0 Comments

by Ewen Stewart IT LOOKS increasingly likely that the warning from former Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was correct. Speaking of how his country was treated by the EU during its bail-out negotiations, he warned [...]

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