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The Brexit Negotiations

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Soft Touch Britain Deserves Better

I have just read an article in a newspaper about an Albanian murderer finally being kicked out of Britain and that he has finally lost legal battles tying to avoid extradition. He claimed that there was no justice in Albania and yet this man gouged out the eyes of one of his victims, presumably before … Continue reading

Sales Tax or Business Rate Rise?

Talking about business rates again and costs to small businesses, these businesses have to pay their rates whether they make any profit or not on sales of their goods. So do large businesses of course. However, I am becoming more and more convinced that it may be an idea to introduce a sales tax. Yes … Continue reading

Vote No or Yes or Maybe

I see that David Cameron has told his MP’s to ignore their local associations and back Europe by doing what’s in your heart rather than what might be advantageous this way or that way. In other words he is suggesting that his MP’s follow him and don’t follow the people who decided to “elect” their … Continue reading

New Negotiator found to help David Cameron with the EU Negotiations

Well I have just watched Question Time on the BBC and there was a question about Jeremy Corbyn not showing enough respect by not bowing deeply enough at the Cenotaph last weekend. I was at my local Cenotaph last Sunday morning and everyone who laid a wreath bowed, some more so than others but they … Continue reading

Cameron’s Demands from Europe

Well it would appear the David Cameron has finally made clear his demands from the EU. I have not researched them. Perhaps I should have, but I have watched the news on the TV and it looks like this is a summary of his demands, or should that be requests. The protection for countries outside … Continue reading