Monthly Archives: May 2016

Daily Debrief May 31st

Government misses warnings on ports The Daily Mail reports how Government Ministers ignored a string of warnings, (four separate reports), that Britain’s small ports were an easy target for people smugglers. As evidence grows of smugglers repeatedly targeting small harbours, there are … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief May 30th

Only 24 days to Independence Day! “Britain’s wide open borders” The Daily Mail highlights the massive new immigration problem in the English Channel (or for my readers in France, in “La Manche”).  It quotes the French Coastguard Chief saying “The … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief May 29th

25 days to Independence Day! Boris & Gove lash Cameron on immigration The Times headlines “Boris and Gove lash Cameron on immigration”.  They have a strong point.  Before the last election, Cameron made a clear and unequivocal promise to get net … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief May 28th

Only 26 days to Independence Day! Cameron rows back on Project Fear Our Prime Minister has a track record of saying one thing in the UK and another overseas.  In Istanbul, he’s Turkey’s strongest supporter for  EU accession.  In London, … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief May 27th

 Are we being conned over secret EU Army? Many papers report today on the ‘secret plans for an EU army’ and how voters are being conned by Brussels officials, (that can’t be true, surely?) The Telegraph for example,  under the headline MPs warn … Continue reading

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Gordon Brown: Ignorant and prejudiced

On May 25th, we had Gordon Brown in the European parliament making “the positive case for Britain to stay in the EU”.  Most of the audience consisted of EU/Labour supporters who wanted us to Remain.  But in the second row … Continue reading

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A deliberate policy to drive up energy prices

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