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27 07, 2017

The great European Parliament Interrail bribe

By | July 27th, 2017|As We See It|

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 amounts on propaganda gimmicks. Recent research by Get Britain Out shows it is sticking to old habits. A report from [...]

24 07, 2017

Health scare? The EU should be careful what it threatens

By | July 24th, 2017|As We See It|

by 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 the UK to expect every dirty trick in the book to subvert a fair deal. The early omens are not good and [...]

21 07, 2017

The silly Brexit season beckons – don’t believe a word of it!

By | July 21st, 2017|As We See It|

by AS we approach the political holidays – a recess of seven weeks, not long after a general election campaign that also lasted seven weeks – supporters of the UK leaving the European Union should continue to be optimistic that progress towards completing a clean Brexit is being made. It is true that remainers continue [...]

26 06, 2017

No fuss as negotiations open on time

By | June 26th, 2017|As We See It|

by Despite a great deal of speculation to the contrary the UK's Brexit negotiations opened on time and without a great deal of controversy. Critics of both the Government and Brexit looked to find their negative angles to portray them as a failure but as Brexit Secretary David Davis pointed out - it's how the [...]

6 06, 2017

Cost of Scottish independence now at least £2000 per person per year!!

By | June 6th, 2017|As We See It|

by WE HAVE SEEN in recent days and weeks a number of terrorist atrocities in the UK. Our thoughts and prayers must go to those so brutally effected by the actions of these perverted individuals. Rightly such shocking terrorism acts changes the focus of the debate, however, while making our streets safe must be the [...]

11 04, 2017

Guile rather than aggression is the UK’s likely posture

By | April 11th, 2017|As We See It|

by Miles Saltiel NOW THAT Article 50 notice has been served, the two sides are shaping up. What do we learn? First, we heard of Merkel’s relief that May used language signalling that the UK will stand by a telephone promise not to promote splits. Nonetheless a day later, Tusk was steadfast as to the [...]

3 04, 2017

Turning the table on Michel Barnier should be the UK’s approach

By | April 3rd, 2017|As We See It|

by Miles Saltiel AT 8.04AM ON 29 MARCH, Sir Tim Barrow’s Eurostar left St Pancras to arrive in Brussels at 11.05am local time. Later that day he delivered Theresa May’s letter, serving notice under Article 50 of the United Kingdom’s intention to leave the European Union. Everyone agrees that now following that act Brexit now gets serious. [...]

23 03, 2017

Where is Brexit in Northern Ireland? It’s time to get down to work

By | March 23rd, 2017|As We See It|

by David Hoey FOLLOWING THE DECISION of the UK last June to leave the EU, the Government of the United Kingdom has undertaken a great deal of work to prepare the country for triggering Article 50 on 29 March 2017. Not so much our devolved administration in Belfast. Before the vote last year, Northern Ireland [...]

13 03, 2017

A second independence referendum is not justified: Brexit was a known risk for Scotland staying in the UK

By | March 13th, 2017|As We See It|

by THERE CAN only be one reason the SNP can justify demanding a second independence referendum and that is to demonstrate that there has been a material change in the circumstances of Scotland’s relationship with the rest of the United Kingdom. Before we consider if there has been a material change or not, we first [...]

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