EU is the biggest scam ever known

WHY DOES UK PAY SO MUCH AND GET SO LITTLE BACK?

WHO REALLY BENEFITS FROM THE EU’s MASSIVE £410 BILLION ‘ESI’ FUND?

HOW CAN REMAINER MPs JUSTIFY THIS TO THE BRITISH PEOPLE?

Today we complete our investigation of the EU’s massive £410 BILLION ‘ESI’ Fund. We show how the UK is the poor relation when it comes to receiving money from this fund, despite being the second biggest contributor to it.

To bring this home to British Remainer MPs – and to ordinary voters in the UK – we …

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The EU is spending your cash like a drunken Luxembourg bureaucrat

THE EU’S DASH TO SPLASH YOUR CASH

HOW PAYMENTS TO MEMBER STATES FROM EU’s £410 bn ‘ESI’ FUND ARE RISING FAST

Sorry, British MPs, but you are powerless to control this expenditure and can only put an end to it by voting for a full, clean, real Brexit

EXCLUSIVE: Payments to other member states out of the EU’s £410 billion ‘ESI’ Fund have risen substantially since the UK’s Referendum decision to leave the EU.

In 2016 the UK voted to leave the EU. The EU already had budgets for …

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Marriage-lite unwanted

CIVIL PARTNERSHIPS ARE IN CRISIS AND THAT MATTERS FOR MARRIAGE

Dear Marriage supporter

The rate of dissolution for civil partnerships is far higher than the rate of divorce within marriage, according to figures released last week by the Office for National Statistics.

The Daily Mail reported that in 2016 for every 1,000 marriages there were 8.9 divorces. For civil partnerships the figure is 29.7 dissolutions for every 1,000 partnerships, more than three times the rate.

Over 2017 there were more dissolutions (1,217) than there were new partnerships formed (908). …

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The UK and the shoal of hungry EU minnows

AN UNEASY PARTNERSHIP OF UNEQUALS

HOW THE EU ISN’T WHAT IT SEEMS AND WE ARE NOT ALL THE SAME

A common thread running through all Remainer thinking is that the United Kingdom is lined up against twenty-seven countries of equal standing. This is wrong.

With one against twenty-seven, so the “argument” goes, the UK should “know its place”. This “argument” is based on a total misunderstanding of the composition of the EU. There is almost no comprehension of the relative size and importance of the twenty-eight member states.

Here …

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Patria exceeds expectations yet again

In today’s by-election in the East Ward held to fill a vacancy on the Chichester City Council, the parish council for the city of Chichester, the result for Patria was:

18 votes or 1.71% of the poll

This was an excellent result in a ward in which Patria was standing a candidate for the first time.

Thank you to each of the very sensible patriotic electors of the East Ward who voted Patria.

The words of Winston Churchill come to mind, “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: …

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Save our rare bats, badgers, dormice, ancient oaks and hedgerows

SAVE LONG COPSE LANE – LETTER FROM A READER

23 May, 2018

Should 260 homes be built on a greenfield site alongside a rural lane adjacent to Hollybank Woods and in close proximity to Southleigh Forest and the South Downs National Park?

Plans are to be put together to develop 260 homes in Long Copse Lane at the northern edge of Emsworth and on the border with Westbourne in West Sussex.

Land and Partners Limited presented their plan, initially at an exhibition in Emsworth and subsequently at a Development …

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“Good morning gender neutral young persons and welcome to the Frankfurt School”

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT: ASK FIVE-YEAR-OLDS TO DECIDE THEIR ‘GENDER’

Dear Marriage supporter

Teachers in Scotland will be instructed to tell children as young as five that “your gender is what you decide”.

The draft guidelines created by Education Scotland, NHS boards and the Scottish Government are expected to come into effect next year.

Children from Primary 2 upwards (equivalent of year 1 in England and Wales) will be told:

“People might think they know your gender because of the clothes you wear, or how you behave, or the things you like …

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Full, clean Brexit now!

99% of the benefits of leaving the EU, including the avoidance of vast financial contributions, the elimination of tariffs and the reacquisition of fishing rights, need no agreement from any third party. The PM can avoid most current problems by prioritizing these areas. We are frequently asked about the effect of Brexit on the company and the economy. The main advantage of Brexit is that the EU is a protectionist system that imposes high tariffs on non-EU imports such as wine, rice, coffee, oranges, children’s …

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EU the Soviet Union of the 21st century

READERS’ COMMENTS

Name: Miss Eva, Budapest, Hungary Date/Time: 09 Aug 2018, 08.28am

Message: Yes, as a Hungarian I think we learnt our lesson thanks to the Russians. My and my parents’ generation experienced what it means and how it feels to have our national identity, culture and history taken away, re-written and distorted. I think and I hope that we will not allow something similar to happen to us again.

We felt we could breathe again when finally it was all over. We …

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Government must support the family not weaken it

THIS IS WHAT A PRO-MARRIAGE POLICY REVOLUTION LOOKS LIKE

Dear Marriage supporter

This year we have written to you about government policy initiatives to make divorce easier, teach children about same-sex ‘marriage’ and allow people to ‘change’ sex with the stroke of a pen.

But what if our legislators put the married family front and centre of policy-making, instead of special interest groups devoted to minority lifestyles?

In some parts of the world, notably in Central and Eastern Europe, this has begun to happen.

Lessons from Hungary

Katalin Novàk, Hungarian Minister …

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