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- EU Tobacco Policy: Total Lunacy
- Daily Debrief April 29th
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Monthly Archives: May 2017
Click here to see me taking part in the the Election 2017 debate for the East Midlands on BBC TV
Discussing the black grass problem with Lincolnshire farmers “Friends of the Earth” are at it again. This time they’re warning farmers of the dreadful loss of income after Brexit, when they get no more CAP funding. “Lincolnshire farmers could … Continue reading
The vigil in Manchester last night was undeniably moving. The assurances that we will stand together, we will not let terrorism win, love is stronger than hate, and so on, were resonant. And yet … and yet … that is … Continue reading
Speaking on energy policy and the vital importance of UKIP post-Brexit referendum in George Street, Westminster. The first part of the speech is above and continues below:
Last year, voters in South Leicestershire backed Brexit by 60/40 on a strong turnout of 76%. Yet most of the candidates for the General Election are against Brexit. Just twelve months ago, the Tory was campaigning for Remain. The Lib … Continue reading
You can see my interview with Tim Iredale, (above), on The Sunday Politics Show (Yorkshire and Lincolnshire by clicking this link, (about 44 minutes in).
The guiding principles agreed by the EU 27 with regard to the Brexit negotiations include the extraordinary proposition that the rights of EU citizens in the post-Brexit UK should be adjudicated by the ECJ, whose writ would then, at least … Continue reading