The Bruges Group: Support the EU Withdrawal Bill

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The Bruges Group spearheaded the intellectual battle to win a vote to leave the EU and, above all, against the emergence of a centralised European state.

Take part in the campaign to make sure Brexit is not blocked

Please ask the members of the House of Lords not to oppose, nor water down, Brexit.

Email them to support the EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill. Petition the Peers to respect the referendum result and vote the right way.

Ask the Lords to support the withdrawal bill and allow Article 50 to be invoked without any amendments that would breach the will of the people, as expressed in the referendum. The members of the Lords should not seek to place conditions on our exit, nor should they cause delays.

The referendum of 23rd June 2016 must be the final say on this issue, the UK should leave the European Union. This will allow for the mandate set by the referendum to be fulfilled.

The EU should not be led to believe that the UK will settle for anything less than a full exit from the European Union.

The Members of the House of Lords, having approved the referendum, should keep faith with the result. Ask them to pass the Article 50 European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill through the House of Lords without opposing it, or seeking to water down Brexit.

We are confident that the UK will thrive outside of the EU.

Click here to email individual members of the Lords
This will send an email to your chosen Peer, or Bishop, concerning the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill


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Labour Leave: It’s Leave Supporters vs Michael Heseltine

LabourLeave_150By Brendan Chilton, General Secretary, Labour Leave

Yesterday the Lords began its Article 50 Committee Stage process. There are many amendments proposed and most can been described as dangerous towards Brexit. Most are intended to frustrate the government’s attempts to deliver a clean Brexit, and some are designed to derail Brexit all together.

Tory grandee Michael Heseltine has signalled he is ready to defy Theresa May over Brexit and will fight to change her plan to trigger Article 50 in the House of Lords.

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Freenations.net: BREXIT JUDGEMENT IS FASCIST LAW

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Ed – Recommended – fascinating and well researched

Free Nations: Maastricht Treason Charges

Treason at MaastrichtPosted By: Rodney Atkinson, Freenations on: In: Treason Charges

The re-appearance of John Major on the 2015 and 2017 political scene, scaremongering and misleading to retain UK membership of the EU,  prompted some research into his role in the treasonous 1992 Maastricht treaty and his deliberate betrayal of the British, his country and countrymen, to the anti-democratic forces of a foreign power.

 

Read the full story: http://freenations.net/21st-anniversary-of-the-maastricht-treason-charges/

Get the book: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Treason-Maastricht-Destruction-Nation-State/dp/0950935395

Read also: ‘It’s BAD FORM’ Tory MP brands John Major ‘ELITIST HYPOCRITE’ after anti-Brexit speech

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Treated at first as a joke, the EU is determined to squeeze the UK purse to the limit.  

Originally mooted at between €45 and €60bn, the EU is now believed to be determined to extract the higher amount. Many of the EU’s array of dubious projects in research, infrastructure, the environment etc. will be outstanding come Britain’s departure from the EU. But it defies belief for a 28th of the cost of a couple of new bridges in the Balkans and the odd beekeeping school to add up to double the UK’s defence spending in 2016. Adding the pensions of the likes of Lords Mandelson and Kinnock helps beef up the estimates, but not significantly.

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JULIA HARTLEY-BREWER has rubbished the need for nurses from EU countries such as Spain, when we can train British nurses instead.

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The show is back on the road. Yesterday the Lords begun the Brexit Bill Second Reading debate. More than 180 peers have requested to speak during the debate, which will not be completed until this evening.

We got a sense of the sort of resistance the Lords are likely to put up from Lord Mandelson on Andrew Marr’s Sunday morning show. Mandelson once more decided to rerun the referendum campaign arguments, claiming voters didn’t know what they were voting for, and should therefore have another referendum. Clearly, like his good friend Blair, they cannot accept that the public have disagreed with them – and that it was for the public to decide.

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Sunday Best: News and views from The Freedom Association

ParliamentBy Simon Richards, The Freedom Association

It’s Theresa time!

Throughout the EU, established parties and politicians are under threat from upstart populist parties. Beppe Grillo’s Five Star Movement has already claimed the scalp of Brussels’s pin-up boy, Matteo Renzi, in Italy. Geert Wilders, Marine Le Pen and Germany’s AFD all have high hopes for election success this year. In the USA, Donald Trump swept aside the old Republican Party order on his way to the White House.

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Patrick de Pelet was formerly a divisional head with Kleinwort Benson and a Group Director of Dresdner Kleinwort.

Those who wish to frustrate Brexit have a vested interest in arguing that negotiation of a new EU-UK Free Trade agreement would be both enormously complicated and time consuming. They also argue that the UK would potentially be exposed to falling off a cliff if the EU refused to reach an agreement.

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