Why the sudden fuss over parliamentary scrutiny of EU legislation?
On 3 November 2016, a chill came over the millions of UK citizens who had voted to leave the EU in June’s referendum. Having believed that the decision to leave was theirs to make, it felt as though the forces of the establishment were mobilising to deny them what they had voted for. Three judges… Continue reading Sorry Gina. It didn’t work.
When the Conservatives won a majority in the 2015 election, many Tory voters believed that they would at long last see some genuine conservative policies being implemented – like lower taxes and cuts in public spending. Having thrown off the millstone of having to share government with the awful LibDems, now Cameron and Osborne could… Continue reading Budget disgrace. Cut aid now.
The arrogance of the Remoaner peers in the House of Lords is breathtaking. One after the other, they have taken to their feet to spout the usual Remoaner drivel about Brexit (i.e. those who voted out didn’t know what they were voting for, no one voted to leave the single market, no one voted to be… Continue reading The Lords: Enemies of the people