Saturday Essay By Quentin Letts For Mailonline, Published: 30 January 2016
Such a sickening betrayal of Britain: QUENTIN LETTS rejoiced when Cameron promised a referendum and a radically reformed relationship with the EU – but the charade since and the gutlessness of careerist ministers make his blood boil
Read full story: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3423744/Such-sickening-betrayal-Britain-QUENTIN-LETTS-rejoiced-Cameron-promised-referendum-radically-reformed-relationship-EU-charade-gutlessness-careerist-ministers-make-blood-boil.html
This organisation has been researching and campaigning against the anti-democratic EU superstate agenda since 2004. Their website holds a wealth of facts and information to help Leave activists and campaigners. Well done them!
Aims & Objectives
Democracy and Self Determination
Our nation state can only be democratic if it has the right to self determination. Only elected MPs in the House of Commons and a government answerable to those MPs should have the power to make laws and policies for our multi-racial, multi-nation state of Britain. No Government has the right to renounce that power and no Parliament can commit future Parliaments to such a course.
By Giles Sheldrick, Express, PUBLISHED Fri, Jan 29, 2016
FAMILIES would see their grocery bills soar under EU plans for a tax on food.
The new tax would increase food bills
Eurocrats are considering a radical overhaul of VAT, threatening Britain’s right to levy a zero rate on food, medicines and children’s clothes.
A five per cent tax – the EU minimum – would raise £5.4billion a year and add £203 to the cost of the average household’s shopping.
Read full story: http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/639037/The-EU-tax-food-bills
By Allan Hall In Berlin for MailOnline,
German police were ordered not to prosecute migrants two months before New Year sex attacks: Documents show officials thought it was pointless as so few arrivals had any ID
- Officers in Kiel were ordered not to prosecute migrants for certain crimes
- They were told there was little chance of success because of ID issues
- Guidelines issued in northern German town in October, documents show
- Came months before New Year’s Eve attacks in Cologne in which hundreds of women reported
- For more on the Cologne sex attacks visit www.dailymail.co.uk/germany
From The Leave.EU Campaign.
The Battle has started, the game is officially in play, we have opened our doors to enable you to become part of our organisation. We already have 100s of people signing up to become part of history, part of the campaign that will lead the UK out of the European Union.
By becoming a member of our organisation you are playing a part in defeating the business elite that wish us to stay within the EU for their own benefit.
Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan even the Governor to the Bank of England have stated their allegiance to staying in the corrupt state of disunion that we call the EU.
By Mehreen Khan, Telegraphh, 28 Jan 2016
“The referendum is generally seen as a ‘UK’ issue, when it is better seen as a European issue” said Philippe Gudin of Barclays.
The political and institutional reverberation of a ‘leave’ vote would be far greater than any economic fall-out, said the bank. In particular, analysts highlighted the “emotionally charged” immigration debate as the “wildcard” which could see the UK leave the EU.
Read full story: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/12127776/Brexit-would-trigger-disintegration-of-the-EU-not-the-UK-say-Barclays.html
Yorkshire Post, Wed 27 Jan
THE cantankerous Victor Meldrew used to express his exasperation on TV with the words: “I don’t believe it.”
So did Margaret Thatcher when the Ministry of Defence said that the Falklands could not be recovered if invaded.
I am now reduced to saying it by the charade known as the British renegotiation of EU membership. – Bernard Ingham
Read full story: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/bernard-ingham-one-foot-in-the-grave-if-britain-doesn-t-vote-to-leave-eu-1-7698291
By Charlotte Fairbanks, Better Off Out, email@example.com
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