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It is difficult to comprehend where in La-La land Boris Johnson lives. He has said that he won’t call a “snap” General Election if he becomes leader of the Conservative Party and therefore Prime Minister. But that decision is not … Continue reading
Vote Leave made a number of key promises as corner stones of their campaign. Iain Duncan Smith said on Sunday: “Our promises were a series of possibilities.” So do Boris Johnson, Michael Gove, Gisella Stuart, Iain Duncan Smith, Nigel Farage, Priti … Continue reading
The referendum campaign was flawed in any number of ways but this trial in which our EU membership stood accused was plagued by possibly the biggest sin you can commit in court: Perjury. The Defence argued that the EU was … Continue reading
Boris, what is your plan to stem – and more importantly repair – the damage being done to the UK domestically, politically, socially and internationally as a result of your campaign for the UK to quit the EU? That is THE single … Continue reading
Lord Hills, the EU Commissioner for Financial Services, has resigned from the EU Commission. Lord Hills was leading the move to fully open up the services market in the EU, a market which would be of enormous benefit to the UK.