BY ALEXIA JAMES Dear Remoaners, I wanted to take this opportunity to apologise on behalf of fellow Brexiteers who have spent the past days gloating. I empathise completely. With them of course. In fact I am shocked that there hasn’t been more sneering from fellow winners. For you losers have thoroughly disgraced our country and deserve all the grief you are getting – for over … Continue reading Dear Remoaners
CSM EDITORIAL Boris’ deal is not perfect. It’s way better than Theresa May’s deal and it will get us out of the EU by the end of the month – less than two weeks’ away. More than that, it will end the domestic Brexit battle, which has been a grinding affair of Brit on Brit for more than three years. There may be some disappointed … Continue reading Take It
BY JAMIE FOSTER Boris Johnson faces what must be a completely vexatious private prosecution by businessman Marcus Ball for misconduct in public office over the £350 million per week claim made during the referendum campaign. It is timed to come just as his leadership bid is being made. It is clearly a political stunt by a Remain campaigner that has no proper basis in law. … Continue reading Boris On Trial
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
Let’s find a bolshie spokesperson who can lie us back into this Alastair Campbell Let’s make out that Brexit is going to be a crippling disaster Project Fear II Let’s find fault with the Referendum itself It was only advisory Let’s call an exit without a withdrawal agreement (even though there’ll be loads of existing agreements) sound really bad Crashing Out – No Deal Let’s fight … Continue reading The #FBPE Guide to Losing Disgracefully
BY FRANK HAVILAND Dear Messrs Rees-Mogg, Davis and Johnson, I write to you at a time of deepening national crisis. The realm needs defending, and you might be the only three men able to do so. The hour is late, not just for Brexit or Theresa May, but for Britain herself. This comes as a direct consequence of the Prime Minister’s prevarication, and spectacular ineptitude … Continue reading Letter to the Brexiteers
CSM EDITORIAL Downing Street’s retort at the start of the week to Boris Johnson’s article – which rightly pointed out that Theresa May’s Chequers plan means disaster for Britain – was clear: that Boris had no plan and that “there’s no new ideas in this (his) article to respond to”. Amber Rudd then came windmilling into the row with “once again, it’s a case of … Continue reading What If?
BY REBECCA HARRIS The next Local Government Elections will be held on Thursday 3 May 2018 and will include: London Boroughs Metropolitan Districts Shire Districts Single Tier Shire Districts For more detail on future elections, the Department for Communities and Local Government publish a list of election cycles by type of local authority in England . It is hard to believe that anyone with a … Continue reading Vote Tory or UKIP in May