Why a WTO Brexit really is better than an EU surrender treaty

Why Brexiteers were right to reject Theresa May’s deal, and why it’s right to reject it again if it is brought back

31 March, 2019

by Martin Howe

A new leader of the Conservative Party (“Superleader”) will not be able to escape by skill or strength of purpose from the fatal restrictions of this deal.

The Political Declaration (PD) has legal effects because the ‘Withdrawal’ Agreement (WA) requires the UK as well as the EU to negotiate an agreement in line with it. It will not be possible for …

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Rights for the English in our own country

Police recruit, 25, who was rejected because he wasn’t black, disabled, transgender or homosexual joins force that discriminated against him

Matthew Furlong was rejected from his ‘dream job’ with Cheshire police force

Tribunal found he was discriminated against for being white heterosexual male

Mr Furlong is now set to join the force, following in the footsteps of his father


PUBLISHED: 11:55, 30 May 2019 | UPDATED: 11:55, 30 May 2019

A police applicant who was rejected for being a white heterosexual male is now set to …

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Weapons of Mass Deception Mk II

Truth vanishes in a cloud of poison gas

19 May, 2019

by Peter Hitchens

A huge international news story broke last week, but I doubt you will hear about it anywhere else. It seems very likely that the decision we, France and the USA made in April 2018 to bomb Syria was based on a mistake as big as the fictional weapons of mass destruction in Iraq in 2003.

The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the international body which examines alleged incidents of the use of …

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The one-sided terms of trade with the EU27

No wonder the EU calls the UK ‘Treasure Island’

Since the Referendum, EU27 have made over ¼ TRILLION pounds from goods sales to UK – net

Average net earnings for EU27 from UK are now approximately £9 billion per month

Saturday, 18 May, 2019

by Brexit Facts4EU.Org

No wonder they want to stop us leaving. On Thursday the EU’s official statistics agency released its latest trade figures, for the period up to March 2019.

The figures show just how much the rest of the EU is making from the UK by …

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Vote Labour get Remain

LABOUR’S EU MANIFESTO: Vote Labour, get Remain

Seven reasons NOT to vote Labour in thirteen days’ time

Brexit Facts4EU.Org analyses and summarizes Labour’s EU ‘parliament’ elections manifesto

10 May, 2019

Brexit Facts4EU.Org

Yesterday in the South-East of England Jeremy Corbyn launched the Labour Party’s manifesto for the EU ‘parliament’ elections which take place in just under two weeks’ time.

For convenience we have summarized some of the key passages.

Manifesto excerpts and Brexit Facts4EU.Org commentary

1. “Labour has put forward an alternative plan to seek a close and cooperative relationship with the European …

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Treason May is colluding with EU27 to surrender UK defence autonomy


10 January, 2019

by Admin

Much has been said today about the intelligence risks arising from the exit arrangements proposed by the Government.

The risk to UK’s unique intelligence capability is at 5) below, as part of a wider briefing on the tendency of Government to drive the UK further into the EU’s defence landscape at the moment we should be leaving it.

The Withdrawal Agreement, which makes only a few (albeit regrettable) assurances to …

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Never again say that you did not know


12 February, 2018

by Admin

10 things to know – a briefing by ex-military officers and supporters of Veterans for Britain, February 2018

1) MPs will be surprised to learn that the UK has been involved in shaping key EU Defence Union agreements that have been emerging since November 2016.

2) Agreements took place during five EU Council meetings and bind participant states in military finance, command, intelligence and defence industrial planning. MPs and public were initially told that UK consent …

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The treason of the May government


April 28, 2019

by Admin

When Theresa May announced a deal with the EU on 14 November, it quickly became clear that it conceded even more ground to the EU’s new defence integration schemes than even the Chequers Plan did. The UK would be tied up in new EU defence budgets and structures, which would in turn tie the UK to the wider political ‘membership’ of the EU’s rapidly growing defence …

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Government and controlled ‘opposition’ versus democracy

Despite Brexit, the Government has covertly signed us up to the EU’s defence agenda

24 November, 2018

by Steven Edginton

We’ve all heard the arguments over how Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration do not respect the referendum result in areas including fishing, trade, financial contributions and our laws. But the public, MPs and even ministers seem to be oblivious to one of the greatest sleights of hand in recent political history: how Theresa May has covertly given away control over policy, rules and structures which govern …

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The hidden costs of EU membership

Why are we paying to build Polish roads, when ours have potholes?

For the last five years the UK taxpayer has been paying £3 billion per year into a £54 billion EU fund and receiving NOTHING back

The UK is funding the new infrastructure of fifteen EU countries, in a massive EU wealth transfer scheme

Brexit Facts4EU.Org 7 May, 2019

This would continue under Treason May’s surrender treaty. Remain MPs and campaigners are fond of talking about the ‘EU money’ which is received for projects in the UK. Well, …

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