Tag Archives: independence

Escaping the  European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 2) Act 2019.

Robert  Henderson   The EU may  have  overreached themselves.  On  9th October the president of  the European parliament David Sassoli  suggested  that a n extension  under Article 50 should only be granted if  either a General Election  or  a second referendum  is  held during … Continue reading

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Brexit: an object lesson in elite betrayal

Robert Henderson On 15  January Theresa May suffered the  greatest defeat of any British Prime Minister  when she put the draft deal she has  struck with the EU to a vote in the House of Commons. The deal was  rejected … Continue reading

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The Bruges Group meeting 28 March 2018 – Too many loose ends remain untied

 Robert Henderson    There was a healthy attendance for the first meeting of 2018 The speakers were John  Redwood and the economist and journalist   Liam Halligan.  They were both good value judged purely as speakers but I ‘m afraid Redwood … Continue reading

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The logic of Brexit

Robert Henderson Remainer  determination to subvert Brexit  is shamelessly alive and kicking. Since the referendum on 23rd June 2016 those who voted to remain in the EU have given a ceaseless display of antidemocratic and profoundly dishonest  behaviour in their … Continue reading

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Brexit and surviving Mrs Maybe

Robert Henderson The shamelessly   anti-democratic remainers are queuing up to cheat the British electorate of Brexit. Those in the media and the likes of Gina Miller  shriek that a hard Brexit is dead and it is already  reported that remainer … Continue reading

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What would be the effects  of a radical reduction in immigration to the UK?

Robert Henderson Ukip has embraced a nil  net  immigration policy based on a one in one out to leave the population unchanged by immigration. In the year ending Sept 2016   596,000 people came to the UK  and 323,000 left giving … Continue reading

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Funny Business at No 10

Posted on April 13, 2017 by Robert Henderson   The No 10 petitions unit  rejects  a petition to get the UK out of the EU using the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties On 2nd  April 2017 I submitted a petition to the No 10 … Continue reading

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