Marcus Watney, The Bruges Group, 21st April 2016
Those of us who have been certain for decades that the UK must free itself from this sclerotic EU organisation, we have become so enmeshed by statistics that we have lost sight of the fundamentals. Or rather the fundamental. The EU has failed. It started as a utopian dream embraced in the fifties by a continent shattered by war, but it has evolved into an anti-democratic Orwellian institution where unelected despots tell everybody how they should live their lives in the ultimate incarnation of ‘Nanny knows best’.
Ed – This is a hugely influential, well thought through reference for the UK’s future prosperity and the EU’s.
Introduction and link to The Bruges Group research paper below.
38 Degrees Campaign
Brexit may be dominating the headlines, but lots of business in Westminster are carrying on as usual. And on Thursday, our MPs will be debating the government’s plans to sell-off the Land Registry, the profitable public service that records the sale and purchase of all land. 
There’s lots of uncertainty at the moment, but that shouldn’t mean government plans go ahead unchallenged. The government’s already feeling the pressure of Brexit. The last thing they’ll want is MPs speaking out against the Land Registry sell-off too. It could convince them to scrap the plan completely, rather than risk more in-fighting.
On Your Guard Leavers and Democrats
The Remain campaign is continuing – it never stopped. All Leave campaigners should contact their respective national group policy teams and get them working on winning the media battle.
The BBC in particular are highlighting negatives and ignoring positives.
We are witnessing mass media agitation on behalf of the EU/Westminster political class in what appears to be a media assault on democracy. The EU gravy train has a way to go before it hits the buffers and the fearmongering double referendum ploy is its favourite. The TV and sattellite channels have resolutely refused to discuss EU Fraud, Corruption and waste and the massive increase in budget in addition to forced Euro entry and the EU Army.
Read story :REVEALED The EU’s £1TRILLION plans kept secret until AFTER the referendum
Read story : Blair says ‘don’t write us out of Europe yet’ and describes Brexit as an ‘EXPERIMENT’
Read story: EU superstate plan-causes-alarm
Cognac for breakfast, a Nazi father-in-law and brought down by a spy scandal: How Jean-Claude Juncker has hated Britain since Thatcher’s days and is now pushing us to head for the Brexit door immediately
- Jean-Claude Juncker was Luxembourg’s Prime Minister for 18 years
- Forced to step down in 2013 after a spy scandal involving the Grand Duke
- European ministers discussed 60-year-old’s past heavy drinking habits
- Father forced to fight for the Nazis while his father-in-law supported them
The foreign ministers of France and Germany have proposed creating a “European superstate” limiting the powers of individual members following Britain’s referendum decision to leave the EU, Polish public broadcaster TVP Info has reported.
BRITAIN began to find out who its real friends are today as senior EU leaders and businesses slapped down under-fire Brussels bureaucrat Jean-Claude Juncker.
To: the Editor
From: Ray Richards, Pentlow
Date: 26 June 2016
Why did Mr Cameron not do the honourable thing and resign on Friday the 24th June 2016. Great Britain’s “Independence Day”? We the people of this great country have shown you what we think of Brussels and you, why have you not gone. We don’t need you to hang around and cherry pick for Brussels. You are not a British Bull dog but a Brussels lap dog.
Invoke article 50 immediately and clear off.
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To all Brits
This is a historic day! The people of the United Kingdom have voted for freedom against the protectionist, inward-looking and controlling EU.
We now have the opportunity to take control of our own destiny – something we haven’t been able to do in 41 years.
We in the Better Off Out campaign want to thank you for all the work and effort that you have done over, not just over the past few weeks, but also over many, many years.
The task now is to help create a better Britain.
We have voted to overcome fear, to embrace a more optimistic and outward looking Britain.
Let’s embrace the future. Let’s embrace freedom!
Better Off Out