Telegraph: The vast forces of the anti-Brexit elite are already regrouping. Theresa May must resist them
By Norman Tebbit, 22 August 2016
“The hardcore opponents of British self government, not least the Governor of the Bank of England, the CBI, the underperforming overpaid fat cats of many major companies, the BBC, Financial Times, the Islington Guardianista and of course EU Commission’s pensioners increase the volume of their grim forebodings even as the economic news gets better.”
Read full story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/22/the-vast-forces-of-the-anti-brexit-elite-are-already-regrouping/
THE BBC was slammed for being ‘a walking advert for Remain’ by a US news channel which has been fined for its Brexit coverage.
In a brief news item before polls closed, the programme said: “Politicians, moronic celebrities who don’t know anything about trade imbalances, they are waiting on this, the media – the BBC is like a running ad for Remain, and it goes on and on so that is a lot for the Brexit, British exit crowd to really fight up against.”
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Get Britain Out Campaign, 19th August 2016
It’s Not Over Until Brexit’s Delivered
Since the momentous Brexit vote on June 23rd, British politics has been in a state of flux. Theresa May, our new Prime Minister, has moved into No 10 Downing Street. Nigel Farage has resigned and UKIP seems to be in disarray, with their leadership battle descending into a farce after the exclusion of the favourite, Steven Woolfe. The Labour Party is also in the middle of a leadership challenge which could be ruinous – with Jeremy Corbyn being castigated more than ever. Corbyn is criticised by the vast majority of his MPs for not supporting the EU enough, despite Labour’s main issue being the way they are completely out of touch with their core voters, especially in the North, where they voted overwhelmingly for Brexit! It is even more important in these difficult times for Get Britain Out to continue our work, to ensure the Government’s feet are held to the fire on the issue of Brexit.
Written by Selwyn Duke, Friday, 19 August 2016
“The elite are not the problem right now; the people are,”
said German president Joachim Gauck, responding to the Brexit vote in June. His comment perhaps reflected an old division with a new twist. The division is the Elite vs. the Street. And the twist, writes columnist Peggy Noonan in a much-read article, is “a kind of historic decoupling between the top and the bottom in the West that did not, in more moderate recent times, exist.”
Read full story: http://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/item/23895-traitors-within-the-global-elites-and-their-nationa-breaking-games
Express: EURO HAS FAILED: Mistrust and money wars sparks claims Juncker’s EU is finished
A NORTH and south divide is threatening to split the European Union in two amid growing calls for the single currency to be scrapped.
“Instead of peace and harmony, European countries now view each other with distrust and anger.
By Telegraph View, 19 August 2016
Angela Merkel has defended her refugee policy, insisting that there is no link between new arrivals in Germany and terrorism. We hope that she proves to be right – but experience gives German voters reason to doubt. Several recent attacks in Europe have been linked to refugees; in July a Syrian asylum-seeker blew himself up in Bavaria. That same month, Mrs Merkel admitted that refugee routes had been “used to smuggle terrorists”.
Read full story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/2016/08/19/angela-merkel-is-deluded/
By BrexitCentral.com team
Matthew Elliott, Chief Executive of Business for Britain, today announces the impending launch of a new website, BrexitCentral.com, under the editorship of Jonathan Isaby.
As Theresa May’s government sets about implementing the historic verdict of the British people at June’s referendum, BrexitCentral will be essential reading for all wanting to follow the twists and turns of the UK’s departure from the European Union. The website, to be launched in September, will be a one-stop shop for news, analysis, comment and insight about the single biggest issue dominating the new Prime Minister’s in-tray, backed up by a vibrant social media presence and a daily e-bulletin.
Jonathan is leaving his current role as Chief Executive of the TaxPayers’ Alliance to become Editor of BrexitCentral, drawing on his previous twelve years in journalism at ConservativeHome, the Daily Telegraph and the BBC.
By Dan Denning, Publisher, Money Morning
Tim Price from the London Investment Alert has taken up the challenge. Last Friday, he wrote and submitted a new petition to the government to end QE. I forwarded Tim your many, many messages of support to end QE. He took it from there.
Today I’m asking you to support Tim’s call to end QE by signing the petition he created. You can do so by clicking the link below. Please note it’s a government website and they will require you verify your signature by sending you an email. Here’s the link:
Petition: Establish a commission to limit the mandate of the Bank of England and end QE
Tim and I discussed what the petition should call for. In the end, this was the wording he chose:
Telegraph: Why do pro-EU academics feel so entitled to everyone’s money?
By Tom Harris, 16 August 2016
“I had to sit for two hours listening to the whining and sneering of academics who had attended merely in order to see a Brexiter for themselves in actual, real life and to affect indignation at appropriate points, just to put him in his place.”
Read full story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/16/why-do-pro-eu-academics-feel-so-entitled-to-everyones-money/