Tag Archives: Referendum

Otto the psychic octopus was wrong!

So Otto the psychic octopus got it wrong and democracy won the day, the high turnout attesting to that. And what a day. Besides the British people making an historic political decision to leave the European Union, they have opened … Continue reading

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Referendum Day: Vote for Democracy

  All too quickly Referendum Day is upon us, and the people of our country are poised to make a decision, arguably one of the most important decisions of our times. The undue haste with which Mr Cameron, no doubt … Continue reading

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The Betrayal of Britain’s Fishing

The Campaign for an Independent Britain has just published a booklet “The Betrayal of Britain’s Fishing to the European Union” by John Ashworth who, as an ex fisherman and fishing net designer, has extensive knowledge and experience of the Common … Continue reading

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More on Cameron’s Deal

From The Brexit Door on Thursday comes irrefutable proof that David Cameron’s “EU Renegotiation”  is “Not Binding” on the EU Institutions. The previous day, The House of Commons Library published a Briefing Paper: EU Referendum: analysis of the UK’s new … Continue reading

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Brexit: as seen from around the world

As the other Brexit blogs and sites have been doing an admirable job of exposing the latest developments in the Brexit debate, from Juncker, Cameron and Hollande’s shameful and insensitive exploitation of war graves to the fearmongering letters being sent … Continue reading

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Britain’s “Special Status”

Following on from our earlier posts on ‘Cameron’s Deal’, Andrew Duff has published an eleven-page paper entitled Britain’s special status in Europe: A comprehensive assessment of the UK-EU deal and its consequences in the Policy Network. A downloaded copy can … Continue reading

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Swinging Dodgy

  The two catchwords that endeared the late, great Norman Vaughan to the British public were ‘Swinging’ and ‘Dodgy’, often accompanied by thumbs up or thumbs down gestures. Over the past week we have seen that the word ‘Dodgy’ is … Continue reading

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Cameron’s Deal

A great deal has been written in the legacy media and in the blogosphere over the past few days reporting the outcome of David Cameron’s recent negotiations at the European Council, much of it of a conflicting and controvertial nature, … Continue reading

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The Leave Alliance

Our first post looks at the progress to date made by The Leave Alliance, a group set up in late 2014. TLA evolved from the Referendum Planning Group (RPG), and their earlier meetings focussed on the need for a clear … Continue reading

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EU Referendum Debate Special

On Monday the 24th of October 2011, in the House of Commons, the 650 men and women elected by the British people to represent the British people will debate and vote on whether the British people are to have a … Continue reading

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