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Boris urged to scrap EU made VAT tax rules.

​ Conservative leader Boris Johnson has been tasked with leading an economic revolution in the United Kingdom by scrapping EU-era VAT laws and regulations, which continue to impede the country’s small companies.     Conservative Brexiteer Jayne Adye, on the other hand, says the government should take a risk rather than…

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New EU delegation tells Brussels to stop it’s “Childish” and “Punitive” stance on Brexit.

​ A fresh delegation of representaies have been put together from the EU and the UK to oversee economic ties between the United Kingdom and the European Union. The new EU delegation for post-Brexit economic ties with the United Kingdom will consist of 35 MEPs and 35 British MPs who…

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Dominic Raab proposes to amend crucial human rights laws to prevent the ECHR dictating to the UK Post-Brexit.

​ The EU has played down plans by the UK Government to reform key rights legislation to stop the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) from “dictating” to the UK. Justice Secretary Dominic Raab said on Sunday that the ECHR was imposing too many “obligations on the state”.    EU warn…

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UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss flies to India to try and seal a trade deal worth £46Billion.

​ This week, UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will go to India to discuss a potential £46 billion trade agreement between the UK and the rest of the world. General Nick Carter, the departing Chief of Defence Staff, will accompany Ms Truss on the tour, which aims to enhance bilateral…

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POLEXIT – Guy Verhofstadt LOSES IT at the Polish PM after rattling the EU Parliament saying “Member states remain autonomous and masters of the Treaties”

​ Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was blasted by Guy Verhofstadt, who likened his country’s dispute with the EU to a “hard Brexit.” Polish President Andrzej Duda defended his country’s Constitutional Tribunal’s decision that parts of EU law are incompatible with the Polish constitution in an address to the European…

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Protesters shout ‘Arrest Bill Gates’ while block billionaire investors attending Boris Johnsons private dinner.  

​ Around a hundred people demonstrated against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s invitation to 20 of the world’s most prominent business leaders to advocate British interests abroad on Monday evening. Last night Boris Johnson summoned about 20 of the world’s most prominent business figures to Downing Street in an effort to…

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Insulate Britain campaigners have threatened to continue their “relentless” flood of disruption on UK roadways unless Boris Johnson cave in to their demands.

​ In the event that Boris Johnson does not meet their demands, Insulate Britain campaigners have threatened to continue their “relentless” flood of disruption on UK roadways.     The M25 and the Port of Dover have been stopped by dozens of protestors who want to draw attention to their cause. …

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French President Emmanuel Macron erupts, giving British Prime Minister Boris Johnson a two-week ultimatum to reach a new Brexit fishing agreement.

​ Britain and Jersey have been set a two-week deadline by French President Emmanuel Macron to provide wider access to UK seas for French fisherman.    France’s marine minister, Annick Girardin, warned the United Kingdomthat they must accept any further licences till the 1st November, or face punitive action.    France’s President,…

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French Champagne dumped as English sparkling wine gets a boost with domestic tax cut from Rishi Sunak.

​ Focus has turned to English sparkling wine instead of French champagne, as Rishi Sunak is drafting new tax regulations that favour British exports. The UK’s complex alcohol tax structure is expected to undergo major reform under the Chancellor’s watch. According to the Sunday Times, Mr Sunak wants to give…

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ENRAGED MEPs accuse Boris Johnson of ‘blackmail’ – Eurocrats demand the EU Commission to take revenge.

​ To punish Boris Johnson for the British Government’s effort to renegotiate the Brexit agreement, EU MEPs have banded together and called on the European Commission to be tough on Britain. EU lawmakers in the Renew Group sent a letter to Ursula von der Leyen, the EU Commission’s top Brexit…

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It “DON’T CUT IT!” – Former MEP criticises EU plans for Northern Ireland’s Brexit agreement.

​ A former MEP for the Brexit Party, Ben Habib, said the EU’s plans “don’t cut it.” The elimination of the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) involvement in monitoring the protocol, according to Mr Habib, should constitute a “red line.” Lord Frost travelled to Brussels on Friday for discussions with…

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BAN SUPERTRAWLERS – Campaigners slam the UK Government over fishing rights saying “its a free for all” in UK waters.

​ Greenpeace has warned that Britain’s waterways have become a “free for all” as French and Dutch ships continue to pillage the UK’s waters after Brexit.    Greenpeace Oceans campaigner Fiona Nicholls told Express that the UK must outlaw supertrawlers and fly-shooter vessels.    This past year, the Fisheries Act was introduced…

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Campaign group ‘Silver Voice’ warns the BBC to lay off sending the “HEAVIES” around to pensioners houses who cant afford to pay the license fee.

​ The BBC has been warned that visits by TV Licensing “heavies” could impair the mental health of senior viewers.    Since the £159 levy was imposed on them last summer, almost 260,000 over-75s have defied it.    Non-payers are being asked to give “dedicated support and information to get licensed,” according…

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HANCOCK LEFT RED FACED – Days after a cushty new job, the UN dumps Matt Hancock saying his appointment will not be “TAKEN FORWARD”.

​ After his appointment to the United Nations was not “taken forward,” Matt Hancock was left red faced.  Mr Hancock was due to be named as the UN Economic Commission for Africa’s “UN special representative on financial innovation and climate change for the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.”   However, a…

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A “BIG GAP” opens up in Protocol talks after Frost states the ECJ should be “ELIMINATED” from the Brexit agreement.

​ According to the Brexit minister, there is still “a lot of work to be done” and a “big gap” between the UK and the EU on the Northern Ireland Protocol. The negotiations come just days after Lord Frost threatened to disrupt Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit arrangements by invoking Article 16…

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CONFIRMED – The fatal attack on Sir David Amess declared a “Terrorist Incident” by the Met Police.

​ The fatal stabbing of Conservative MP Sir David Amess has been classified as a terrorist attack, according to Metropolitan Police. A 25-year-old male was arrested at the site and is being held at an Essex police station on suspicion of murder. Following the attack, Home Secretary Priti Patel has…

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Radio Host Kevin O’Sullivan DESTROYS Insulate Britain spokesman Liam Norton in a heated debate. 

​ The radio host challenged Liam Norton about the group’s recent violent protests that killed dozens of people on the road. Mr O’Sullivan derided Insulate Britain activists as “attention seekers.” Isolate Britain spokesperson: “You all suffer from a psychological problem.” Activists with Insulate Britain have been obstructing traffic for five…

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Irish Leader Micheál Martin demands Britain to “Engage Seriously” with the EU Commission after Brussels run ECJ remains as last arbitrator in disputes between the two sides.

​ Micheál Martin called on the UK government to “engage seriously” with the package of measures laid out by European Commissioner Maros Sefcovic on Wednesday and issued a direct communication to Brexit Minister Lord David Frost. The Protocol stipulates that the European Court of Justice shall be the last arbitrator…

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Tory MP David Davis slams the EU, saying the ECJ should not be the sole arbiter in disputes between UK and EU.

​ As the United Kingdom decided to regain sovereignty, David Davis urged that the European Court of Justice (ECJ) should not get involved in the dispute. He remarked on TalkRadio that the ECJ should not arbitrate disputes between the United Kingdom and the European Union. He stressed it should be…

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FRIDAY DEADLINE – France’s fishing anger to be unleashed on Britain unless the UK government gives extra fishing licences.

​ France’s fishing fleets have warned that if the UK government refuses to give extra fishing licences by Friday, they would unleash their entire anger on Brexit Britain. Ten EU countries, along with France, signed an united declaration demanding that the United Kingdom adhere to the December 2018 Brexit agreement….

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BREXIT “NUCLEAR OPTION” READY – “Intensive talks” commence between UK and EU negotiators on the Northern Ireland Protocol.

​ ​ To avoid invoking Article 16, Lord Frost has promised to begin “intensive talks” with the EU about Brexit after Brussels unveiled its intentions for the Northern Ireland Protocol. Lord Frost is prepared to employ the “nuclear option” if a deal cannot be reached. Once the triggering of Article…

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STILL NOT ENOUGH! – European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic offers 80% reduction on red tape regarding dairy and meat shipments to NI.

​ ​ European Commission Vice President Maros Sefcovic has stated that the EU is willing to eliminate “more than 80 percent” of the current dairy and meat shipment restrictions to Northern Ireland from the United Kingdom. “This will significantly use the process for bringing food supplies from Great Britain to…

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Sadiq Khan cancels New Years Eve celebrations on the Bank of the River Thames London for a second year.

​ After cancelling the New Year’s Eve fireworks show for the second year in a row, Sadiq Khan has been accused of “never wanting life” to return to normal again. It has been cancelled for the second year in a row owing to “uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,” according…

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Michel Barnier accuses the United Kingdom of “holding French fisherman hostage” while they solve Brexit issues.  

The Northern Ireland Protocol is causing friction between the UK and EU, and Michel Barnier has slammed Brexit Britain for its treatment of fishing rights. Last night, Michel Barnier, 70, accused the United Kingdom of “holding French fisherman hostage” by leaving the European Union. Brexit head negotiator Lord Frost agreed…

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“If British want to play hardball, so will we!” Macron prepares to retaliate with a trade war against the United Kingdom.

In the wake of Brexit, France and the rest of the EU are refusing to back down from their promises to retaliate against the United Kingdom.  Today, the EU Commission will present a package of measures aimed at making it easier for goods to be transported to Northern Ireland, but…