Author Archives: Robert Henderson

Lord Palmerston sums up all that Brexit is about

Lord Palmerston:  “I hold with respect to alliances, that England is a Power sufficiently strong, sufficiently powerful, to steer her own course, and not to tie herself as an unnecessary appendage to the policy of any other Government. I hold … Continue reading

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Don’t be fooled: EU enthusiast Theresa May is intent on subverting Brexit

Robert Henderson In office for less than 48 hours,  Theresa May   showed her true colours and intentions for Brexit when she made the remarkable promise that Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty will not be activated until there is agreement … Continue reading

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After the EU referendum

The battle has been won but not the war Robert Henderson The Europhiles threw a great deal at the EU referendum campaign.  There was the shameless   use of government resources especially those of the Treasury to propagandise for the Remain … Continue reading

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Film review – Brexit: the movie

Director  and narrator Martin Durkin Running time 71 minutes As an instrument   to rally the leave vote  Brexit: the movie is severely flawed.  It starts promisingly by stressing the loss of sovereignty , the lack of democracy in the EU … Continue reading

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Brexiteers: hold your nerve

Robert Henderson Recent polls are overall veering towards   but not decisively towards a remain  win in the referendum.  It is important that those wanting  leave the EU should not get downhearted. There are still the TV debates to come which … Continue reading

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The uglification of cricket

Robert Henderson I started watching English  first class  cricket in the mid-1950s. At the time  limited overs  games did not exist. There were three day matches for   teams below Test level and five day matches for Tests.  Players wore white … Continue reading

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The EU refuses to answer questions about post-Article 50 activation by the UK

I emailed the EU with two questions; 1. What will be the position of UK MEPs after Article 50 is activated? 2. What will be position regarding the UK’s payments to  the EU after Article 50 is activated? The EU’s … Continue reading

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