Friday, 10 August 2018

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This week Boris Johnson has held the headlines. Most of the news coverage has been over his article in Monday’s Telegraph about burkas. This has led to attempts by the Remainer controlled government to discredit Johnson as a potential leadership challenger by tarring him with calls to apologise and a kangaroo court set up to establish guilt. Again, the Government have completely misjudged the mood of the people.

There has been extremely positive economic news for Britain with rocketing European investment into the UK as well as continued financial growth for the City of London. This is an abject humiliation for Sadiq Khan and his continual negative talk over London’s prospects in the post-Brexit future that we will enjoy.

Meanwhile, the silly season of Project Fear 2.0 is continuing at full speed. This has led to Sir Bernard Jenkin accurately calling repeated doom-laden remain propaganda the 'new Millennium bug', which of course turned out to be a farcical non-issue.

Finally, Priti Patel has exposed what Theresa May thinks of the average UK citizen and Leave voter. Priti said that this Remainer government thinks it can corral the population, like sheep, into accepting their fake Brexit plan, otherwise known as the Chequers plan. Of course, this is totally unacceptable and we will continue to fight for the Brexit that we voted for. We will take back control!

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Have a good weekend!

Kind regards,

Richard Tice & John Longworth
Co-Chairmen
      

   
Will the Government deliver Brexit?

This week, Jacob Rees-Mogg said that Britain is perfectly capable of leaving on WTO terms and that it will bring significant economic benefits. He also said that the UK should learn from how other successful independent nations compete for world trade. He concluded by saying that “the EU has held us back.”

Iain Duncan Smith spoke to BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme. He talked about how there needs to be a better system of migration control post-Brexit and how it could be achieved through an improved work permit system. You can listen to his interview here.

John Longworth wrote about the Remainers in government trying to stitch-up Boris Johnson before a possible leadership challenge comes in the Autumn. He explains that this is another example of the party leadership being out of touch with its grassroots support.

Lawyers for Britain have published a paper by Professor David Collins which says Theresa May’s Chequers Plan could be illegal under WTO rules. He explained that the facilitated customs plan could violate WTO treaty import obligations and WTO rules on export subsidies.  
 
 
Top Brexit stories of the week
This distrust of innovation does the EU no favours (The Times)

Brexit boost: Number of European buyers investing in UK business ROCKETS dwarfing Germany (The Express)

Brexit 'gloom' similar to Millennium bug panic, says leading Brexiteer (The Telegraph)

No-deal Brexit will break the EU's own laws, ministers warn Brussels (The Telegraph)

Theresa May is backing herself into a disastrous blind alley (The Times)
    

 

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