Monthly Archives: February 2016

Daily Debrief Feb 29th – Fury of pro-Brexit ministers denied access to papers

  The Times reports the anger of pro-Brexit Ministers, who are now graciously allowed to campaign for Leave — but denied access to relevant Cabinet papers.  It is preposterous and unprecedented that Cabinet Ministers should be denied papers in their … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief February 28 – Project Secrecy follows Project Fear

The Mail reports the anger of Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond as he refused to release a secret Eurocrats’ report on Cameron’s deal. That followed the PM’s refusal to release his official legal advice on the deal. It turns out that … Continue reading

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Daily de-brief – Feb 27 – BoJo clarifies

BoJo clarifies Boris Johnson makes it clear that “Out means Out”. He agrees with us that it is not just a negotiating plan to secure better terms. If, however,  as the Prime Minister says, a ‘Leave’ vote is followed by the … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief Feb 26th – More Cameron promises on immigration

It stretches credulity, but our Prime Minister David Cameron is again promising to get annual net migration below 100,000 — “down to tens of thousands” — despite his abject failure so far.  Recent shocking statistics confirm a record net immigration … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief February 25th – Brexit and workers’ rights

The TUC has published alarmist claims about the supposed risks to workers’ rights when we leave the EU. TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady said: “Working people have a huge stake in the referendum because workers’ rights are on the line. It’s … Continue reading

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EU energy policy undermining our economy and increasing global emissions

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Daily Debrief Feb 24th

Military leaders warn against Brexit: The government is pulling in its patronage and its pay-roll vote.  Yesterday we saw the letter from FTSE-100 CEOs – though against the promised eighty, in the end only thirty-six signed.  Today it’s the turn … Continue reading

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