BY JAMIE FOSTER Ex-Prime Minister John Major seems to have seriously lost the plot as he threatens to judicially review Boris Johnson if he decides to prorogue parliament to get a no deal Brexit through. Former British PM Sir John Major will "seek a judicial review" to prevent the next prime minister suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit #r4today https://t.co/MyWlMEV8nK pic.twitter.com/0aLl8Ej5H5 — BBC … Continue reading Major Headache
BY JAMIE FOSTER What to do about the Brexit Party? As Nigel Farage addressed a rally of 5500 of his supporters on Sunday, the question once more raised its head about how the Tories should deal with the challenge of his new and vibrant party. Farage and his party – so they say – will be targeting at the next General Election both Tory and … Continue reading A Brexit Party Compact?
BY JAMIE FOSTER Boris Johnson certainly struck a nerve in Paris when he suggested that under his leadership the £39B divorce bill may be retained. President Macron said that if we were to not pay the bill it would be like a sovereign debt default and there would be ‘consequences’. This sinister, threatening tone conjures up images of being punished by international markets with a … Continue reading Little Macron’s Threats
BY ROBERT FOX Theresa May’s latest attempt to pass her deal through parliament, and her talks of a second referendum, demonstrate that the early mantra of her negotiations, ‘no deal is better than a bad deal’, has been long forgotten. Had she ever really believed this mantra, May would have maintained preparations for exiting the EU without a deal. Publicly announcing plans for a low … Continue reading Brave Brexiteer Required
CSM EDITORIAL There is no point voting Conservative tomorrow. Labour’s all over the shop and they’re antisemitic Britain-haters. The Lib Dems want to revoke Article 50 and are neither liberal nor democratic. The Greens are Labour Marxists in disguise. Change UK / TIG / whatever they are called are hilariously awful. It’s a one-off protest vote and the country needs Brexit. So, Country Squire Magazine … Continue reading Vote Brexit Party
BY JAMIE FOSTER The Chairman of the English Democrats, Robin Tilbrook, is bringing a High Court case against the government in the next 5 to 6 weeks arguing that we have left the EU already. In a case that could have the impact of Gina Miller’s case against the government Tilbrook is arguing that Theresa May had the power to trigger a withdrawal from the … Continue reading Admirable Tilbrook Case Uphill
CSM EDITORIAL Guy Verhofstadt is currently running to take over as EU Commissioner from Jean Claude Juncker when he retires in November. He let the cat out of the bag by saying that the EU needs to get rid of the unanimity principle and remove the veto that member states currently have in order to make rules about things like migration. He thinks that they … Continue reading Verhofstadt’s Hellish Vision
CSM EDITORIAL Nigel Farage has said that a vote for his Brexit Party would be a vote for a WTO Brexit – his name for a no deal Brexit. He also said that if his party won big in the EU elections, they should have a place at future talks with the EU. Farage is something of a hate figure with Conservatives being seen as … Continue reading Farage Merits Negotiating Place
BY NICK PEARCE So Guy Verhofstadt has said that support for the European Union has increased since Brexit because EU citizens are not “as stupid as the Brits”. This seems a tad peculiar for a man whose face unfortunately stands out in a crowd, who holidays in Devon. Even odder considering he intends to be in Britain on Friday to knock on doors with Liberal … Continue reading Milkshake for Verhofstadt?