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11 03, 2019

Have Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn broken the UK’s political establishment?

By | March 11th, 2019|As We See It, Latest News & Events|

by Mev Brown ON THE 26TH OF NOVEMBER last year, in a moment of frustration bordering on anger, I tweeted: “Theresa May has returned from Europe with her #BrexitDeal What happened to #LeaveMeansLeave? Forget #BrexitShambles and #BrexitChaos this is #BetrayalMay and her government are nothing but a bunch of #Quislings” It seems that tweet was surprisingly [...]

1 02, 2019


By | February 1st, 2019|As We See It, Latest News & Events|

by Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns for The Freedom Association I ASK the question because Facebook closed down the page for Leavers of Britain recently. Lucy Harris, the founder of Leavers of Britain, told me that she submitted a request for a review but then they locked it down permanently. She then kicked up a fuss and [...]

25 01, 2019

We need more Dysons – so let’s encourage them

By | January 25th, 2019|As We See It|

by Brian Monteith WHAT DOES IT TAKE to be a successful entrepreneur and not become a political hate figure? Is it really possible? If we are to believe the digital kangaroo court that is social media (and especially Twitter) then Sir James Dyson should be stripped of his knighthood and have his successful business nationalised, together [...]

21 01, 2019

Brexit: No Deal before a bad deal

By | January 21st, 2019|As We See It|

by the Rt Hon David Jones MP WE ARE TOLD repeatedly by those of the Remain tendency and their publicists – most particularly the BBC – that for the UK to leave the EU without a negotiated Withdrawal Agreement would be a catastrophe of unprecedented proportions.  Indeed, one senior Labour MP, only last week, described [...]

4 12, 2018

NEW GB POLLING: Theresa May digs her heels against rejection of her Withdrawal Agreement

By | December 4th, 2018|As We See It, Latest News & Events, Media Materials|

by Brian Monteith, Director of Communications at Global Britain NEW POLLING on the Withdrawal Agreement commissioned by Global Britain contains no good news for the Prime Minister. Not even a scintilla of Christmas cheer. The headline result is that more people support what is known as “No Deal” than support her supposed deal with the European [...]

29 11, 2018

Treasury and Bank of England forecasts are eccentric and demeaning to their reputations

By | November 29th, 2018|As We See It|

Reaction from Global Britain to Treasury and Bank of England speculations  Yesterday both HM Treasury and the Bank of England issued their assessment of the impact of various BREXIT scenarios and in particular ‘no deal BREXIT.’  We are at a complete loss to understand both their logic and reasoning. The Bank of England’s worst case outcome for [...]

30 10, 2018

A budget that shows Project Fear is a lie

By | October 30th, 2018|As We See It|

by Ewen Stewart DO YOU REMEMBER that David Cameron’s Government claimed a vote to leave the EU would immediately hit GDP by 5% and cost 500,000 jobs? Global Britain was one of only a tiny number of economic observers to argue this was, well, bunkum. We said the economic impact would be minimal in the short [...]

3 09, 2018

The Chequers agreement will deliver a Corbyn government

By | September 3rd, 2018|As We See It|

By Ewen Stewart Global Britain has commissioned polling to determine what the Chequers Agreement will mean for the Tory MPs who will ultimately face the electorate. Across the forty-four most marginal Conservative Party constituencies the message we got back is unequivocal. Chequers will not deliver Brexit, Chequers will deliver Corbyn. There are many economic arguments [...]

7 12, 2017

No, voters have not changed their minds on Brexit

By | December 7th, 2017|As We See It|

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 result, have tried to create the impression of a significant proportion of Leave voters changing their mind, and have implied [...]

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