This is the shop where we have no bananas

There’s a fruit store on our street
It’s run by a Greek.
And he keeps good things to eat
But you should hear him speak!
When you ask him anything, he never answers “no”.
He just “yes”es you to death, and as he takes your dough
He tells you
“Yes, we have no bananas
We have-a no bananas today.
We’ve string beans, and onions
Cabbageses, and scallions,
And all sorts of fruit and say
We have an old fashioned to-mah-to
A Long Island po-tah-to
But yes, we have no bananas.
We have no bananas today.”
Business got so good for him …

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BBC propaganda takes the cake


Dear Marriage supporter

Same-sex ‘marriage’ remains a highly contentious issue, especially for Christians. Around one in 200 places of worship in England and Wales is registered to hold same-sex ‘weddings’. So that’s 99.5% that are not.

When it deals with controversial subjects, the BBC is supposed to “ensure a wide range of significant views and perspectives are given due weight and prominence”.

Yesterday’s Songs of Praise focused on faith and marriage, and celebrated same-sex ‘marriage’. Though the presenter briefly mentioned that some …

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We hold all the cards and the EU is a busted flush

Hell’s Angels

Important paper on soon-to-be worthless paper – the euro

Why the Eurozone’s fate makes an immediate Brexit vital: how huge financial liabilities require a quick clean Brexit

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Never mind the showmanship, where is the statesmanship?

Boris Johnson has two options to get a Brexit ‘deal’ – but one of them is a trap

by David Scullion, Deputy Editor at BrexitCentral

22 July, 2019

Boris Johnson says he wants to leave the European Union with ‘a deal’ – but there are two ways of attempting this. One option doesn’t require winning a vote in the House of Commons; the second one risks collapsing the Government he is expected to be asked to form tomorrow.

One is to offer a basic Free Trade Agreement and accept …

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Prorogue the cultural marxist traitors


Dear Marriage supporter

As things stand it looks as though same-sex ‘marriage’ will be extended to Northern Ireland. The only thing that can stop it will be if the Province’s devolved institutions are restored by 21 October. This seems unlikely.

There’s not going to be a same-sex ‘marriage’ bill. Just a ministerial order making power established by a last minute amendment. Instead of a bill taking the best part of a year, there was a debate for a …

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I call shenanigans: prorogue the rogues


Dear Marriage supporter

Supporters of same-sex ‘marriage’ are continuing to target Northern Ireland.

Next week, some MPs intend to disrupt a devolution Bill in an attempt to impose same-sex ‘marriage’ on Northern Ireland. Several amendments have been tabled with the same goal, and oddly the Government is giving time for them to be considered.

This is shocking. It should be for the Stormont Assembly to decide on any purported redefinition of marriage, taking into account the …

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Article XXIV of GATT is eminently feasible but for EU27 intransigence

A simple explainer about Article XXIV of the GATT

19 June 2019

by Martin Howe QC

There seems to be a lot of misunderstanding flying around about Article XXIV of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 (GATT). GATT is one of the main WTO Agreements, and relates to trade in goods.

One of the most fundamental principles of GATT as laid down in Article I is the so-called “Most Favoured Nation” (MFN) principle, under which a country which chooses to charge tariffs on its imports must charge …

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We have already left the EU

Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union – what it actually says

3 June, 2019

by Stanley Brodie QC

In his article for Lawyers for Britain, Stanley Brodie QC invites attention to something which is often overlooked – the actual wording of Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union which regulates the departure of Member States from the EU. View the full article: Article 50 TEU Part I and Part II (23.5.19) by Stanley Brodie QC

He analyses the request made by outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May …

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