Category Archives: Brexit

The sunny uplands of Brexit become the foothills of despair for Christmas 2021

Over the past few months, it has become clear that the sunny uplands of Brexit are not just a long way off but in fact never existed. Rule Britannia has turned into a small offshore island with very few friends … Continue reading

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Keir Starmer’s Labour Party rats out on European ideals

I wasn’t surprised but I was upset to hear Keir Starmer break with Labour’s General Election manifesto commitments and indeed the motions passed by the Labour Conference regarding Europe. Keir Starmer has abandoned the commitment of free movement in the EU, … Continue reading

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Why we welcomed Jeremy Corbyn to Liverpool

Yesterday was an interesting day in Liverpool. Everyone will know about the vote in Parliament and the big rally but there are interesting details that have not been fully looked at. It is clear that unlike the Lib Dems the … Continue reading

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Corbyn is definitely not the Messiah!!

Over the past 2 weekends we have knocked at getting on for 3,000 doors in Liverpool – I’ve knocked at a good number of these myself. What is extremely interesting to me is the response that we are getting on … Continue reading

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Will Corbyn find a spine this week?

Over the past two weekends I have been out with pro EU campaigners from all Parties and none talking to the people of Liverpool about the EU and our membership of it. This has always been a relatively easy job … Continue reading

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Talk to your MP and demand a People’s Vote

Today Alisha Lewis and I went to support those people who are campaigning to get a “Peoples Vote” or, as Vince Cable puts it, a first referendum on the facts! Lime Street was both wet and windy but that did … Continue reading

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Jeremy Corbyn – the Captain Mainwaring of British Politics

Captain Corbyn desperately trying to communicate his policies to anyone who will listen. The problems is his policies are based on an outdated past and change from day to day As we approach a hugely important week in British Politics … Continue reading

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