Patria chooses its Candidate for Chichester

Patria will be contesting three elections over the coming weeks.

The first two are by-elections to the county and district councils to be held on the same day in November, while the third is the general election on 12 December.

The candidate is in each case the well known campaigner for patriotic politics, local man Dr Andrew Emerson.

I say well known because I have fought two previous general elections in Chichester, most recently in 2017, as well as numerous council elections and by-elections for Patria and before …

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Our hopes profound

For the Fallen

By Laurence Binyon

With proud thanksgiving, a mother for her children,
England mourns for her dead across the sea.
Flesh of her flesh they were, spirit of her spirit,
Fallen in the cause of the free.

Solemn the drums thrill; Death august and royal
Sings sorrow up into immortal spheres,
There is music in the midst of desolation
And a glory that shines upon our tears.

They went with songs to the battle, they were young,
Straight of limb, true of eye, steady and aglow.
They were staunch to the end against odds uncounted;
They …

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The written in Berlin May-Johnson ‘deal’ is not Brexit but a surrender treaty

The written in Berlin May-Johnson political declaration and remain agreement is more than five hundred pages long and contains scores of clauses which disadvantage the UK, forestalling our freedom of action and purporting to place us in a position of subservience to the EU in perpetuity.

During the so-called transition period we would be subject to the direct effect and supremacy of EU law but without a vote or veto. This would apply not only to existing EU law but also to any new laws …

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Johnson’s written in Berlin surrender treaty is no Brexit


The new exit deal proposed by the EU contains clever, concealed dangers in the area of defence, found mainly in the Withdrawal Agreement Articles 129.6 and 127.2 and the Political Declaration Articles 102 to 104. Darren Selkus, a former officer in the British Army and a Brexit campaigner, explains how a clean Brexit is essential if we are to escape the growing tendrils of EU control over defence.

18 October, 2019

Be in no doubt, there is a …

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If you read nothing else, read this


No, it’s not

Brexit factsheet no.7 – The EU’s new UK Surrender Treaty

A layman’s summary of the Johnson-May ‘deal’ agreed by parliament

1. Parliament will not be sovereign – UK still to be governed by existing and new laws of the ECJ – a foreign court – and with no say over these laws. [WA articles 4, 87, 89 and 127, PD para 131]

2. Demands payment of a sum to be decided by the EU – Minimum £39 billion …

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This oven-ready deal is a real turkey

The revised WA still contains many severely negative features. This is because the text of the NI backstop Protocol is to be revised, but unfortunately the actual WA text itself, as negotiated and serially capitulated by Theresa May, will be untouched.

The most important and damaging feature which remains is the long term subjection of the UK to rulings by the ECJ. At present, the ECJ is a multinational court in which we jointly participate. After we exit the EU, it will become an entirely foreign …

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Patria policy on Brexit

We shall withdraw from the European Union, denouncing all of its treaties, including EURATOM, making no new ones with it and leaving all of its institutions, agencies and mechanisms. These include its councils, commission, ‘parliament’, courts of justice and auditors, customs union, single market, CAP, CFP, EIB, CFSP and EEAS. Also included is the ‘EU army’, ie, CSDP, EDIDP, MPCC, EDA, EDF, EPF, EUB, MM, ATHENA and CARD, to much of which we were signed up after the 2016 Referendum decision to leave the EU.

We …

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What is Johnson really up to?

Is Boris Johnson really trying to avoid a Brexit?

A very good question. I would say the jury is still out, but let’s have a quick look at the evidence.

Wrote two letters before deciding whether to support Leave or Remain in 2016 (in February, rather late). One of these argued for Leave, the other for Remain. Supposedly, his eventual choice was made on the basis of which side would most benefit his personal standing and political prospects.

Father had a career working for the EU in Brussels.

Actually …

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Judicial activism now imperils parliamentary sovereignty

Bad for both democracy and the law?


PUBLISHED: 00:07, 25 September 2019 | UPDATED: 00:23, 25 September 2019

Eleven Supreme Court judges overturned centuries of established law yesterday in ruling in favour of Gina Miller, Sir John Major and Joanna Cherry.

The Government has always had the power to prorogue Parliament and it has never been for the courts to control how this power is exercised. That has always been a job for Parliament and, in the end, the people.

The Court’s judgement is …

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Supreme Court overreaches itself to mangle the constitution

Why don’t we drag John Bercow in front of the Supreme Court?


PUBLISHED: 00:15, 25 September 2019 | UPDATED: 01:07, 25 September 2019

What you have to get through your thick heads, you easily led, Leave-voting morons, is that this ruling wasn’t about Brexit.

Goodness me, no. Perish the thought. We have the unimpeachable assurance of no less a figure than Lady Hale, President of the Supreme Court.

Handing down the unanimous decision of all eleven injustices, she was keen to emphasise: ‘These …

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