Tag Archive for Brexit

Vote Leave, the safer option

At stake – the future of our democracy On issues like the economy, immigration and the NHS, should decisions be made by an open, public debate or behind closed doors by un-elected and unaccountable officials? As the EU has grown in strength, decisions have increasingly been made by people we have no control over. We…

Thursday Speaker: Chris Mounsey

Chris is a well known and widely admired libertarian activist and on-off blogger. His infamous “Devil’s Kitchen” swear-blog used a dramatic persona to articulate the visceral anger which is felt by many toward the supremacy of the state, and which should, perhaps, be felt by many more. Devil’s Kitchen was not, of course, Chris’ first…

#Brexit: Can we be Proud of Britain’s History?

British MP Liam Fox said last week in a speech discussing why Britain should leave the EU that Britain had a proud history that it didn’t have to hide from… “The United Kingdom, is one of the few countries in the European Union that does not need to bury its 20th century history” #scc16 —…

Campaign group fails to capture priority of sovereignty issue

Successful campaigning website “38 Degrees” is a group with a track record of leading emotive online petitions which fail to consider the problem of individual rights. It has surveyed it’s members on their priorities in the Brexit debate. True to form, their survey fails even to measure the fundamental issue in the debate which anyone…

Evening Standard Brexit Debate

The Evening Standard will be printing a series of articles about a possible British exit from the EU in the run up to a Guildhall debate on September 9th. Tickets via standardevents.co.uk. I’m sure it will be possible to take part online, one way or another.