We Frexiteers across the Channel share in your struggle for freedom from the EU

“Today we came here to partake in a political fight with our British Brexiteer friends”. With these words, François Asselineau, the leader and founder of the UPR (Republican Popular Union), the French pro-Frexit party, kicked off the rally held in Central London on 29th March 2019, which gathered together nearly seven hundred French people supporting … Read moreWe Frexiteers across the Channel share in your struggle for freedom from the EU

Maastricht debate 2019: a second scramble for Africa?

The EU, the UK and China all want to pursue interests in Africa. In a post-Brexit world, this may lead to even greater rivalry. To prevent a neo-colonial “scramble for Africa,” the EU should now follow Fran’s Timmermans’ proposal and “embrace Africa as a sister continent”. It may be the only player that could convincingly … Read moreMaastricht debate 2019: a second scramble for Africa?

Theresa May’s problem was making too many compromises on Brexit (not too few, as some are claiming)

Poor Theresa. One can’t help feeling sorry for a Prime Minster so limited but so honourable, who was so brutally treated by her own party. The bitterly divided Tories are able to agree on only one thing; dump the leader. So they did. Now they can get back to fratching about Brexit. History will show … Read moreTheresa May’s problem was making too many compromises on Brexit (not too few, as some are claiming)

The next Prime Minister must ensure we are out of the EU by 31st October, deal or no deal

If the most recent polling is to be believed, Thursday’s unintended and unwanted European Parliament elections will have been a disaster for the Conservative Party. We may well fail to have a single MEP returned. The Labour vote, too, will have been drastically reduced, as voters abandon the two main parties, principally in favour of … Read moreThe next Prime Minister must ensure we are out of the EU by 31st October, deal or no deal

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