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By The Brexiteers, Jul 25 2019 08:46PM


France says its fishermen can't be banned from UK waters after Brexit


With reference to Boris Johnson’s promise to take the UK out of the EU on October 31st with ‘No IF’s OR BUT’S’ Mr Guillaume told a French television channel (Cnews) its possible that with Boris we will have a HARD BREXIT. ‘What matters most, in my industry is that French fisherman still have access to UK waters even after Brexit.’


“There is no reason for it. And on that point, I really want to fight. So I will keep telling Britain that our fishermen must be allowed to keep fishing in UK waters.”


A UK exit with no deal in place would automatically bar British boats from entering EU waters and EU boats from fishing off the British coast.


However Boris is sending the strongest message yet to the EU, that he will be taking a much stronger approach to negotiating Brexit than his predecessor arch Remoaner Theresa May who kept the UK in the EU for the past 3 years.



By The Brexiteers, Jul 25 2019 02:40PM

We spoke with Richard Braine the chairman of UKIP’s West London branch and a strong candidate for the leadership of the Party.


We asked. Is UKIP still relevant?


Mr Braine told me that UKIP have been campaigning for BREXIT for 27 years and it was the hard work of its members’ that put Farage where he is and without UKIP the referendum would never have happened. He said UKIP will continue the fight for BREXIT.


Braine UKIP have a good future, and we need to get our message out there, it’s more than just about independence from the EU, there are many things Britain needs its independence from. There are a lot of dangerous forces in the world, we are seeing the rise of Socialism and Marxism raising its head again in the west and we certainly need to stop that!


UK Independence Party is also about independence of thought, and UKIP will fight for freedom of speech.


Braine said was upset by the decision UKIP’s NEC made to BLOCK Gerard Batten from standing in the forthcoming leadership election, and vows to make Mr Batten his deputy leader if he is successful in becoming leader.


For the full interview click link


Who is Richard Braine? Click Here

By The Brexiteers, Jul 3 2019 09:02PM

NIGEL FARAGE revealed what he believes to be the EU’s next plot to force the UK to Remain in the EU through the use of a no deal Brexit.

The Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage announced that he believed the EU was planning to use a no deal Brexit to their advantage in hopes it brings down the UK government. He explained that he lacks confidence in both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt sticking to their Brexit promise. The devoted Brexiteer concluded that the EU’s plot would end with either a general election for the UK or a second referendum.

While speaking to LBC caller Tony, Mr Farage said: “If the Tory leadership winner said right, I’m not mucking about this time.

“We are leaving on the 31st of October and we mean it, we are putting everything in place to do that.

“Do you think in those circumstances that the EU would come and talk to us?

The caller agreed replied: “Yes, they might talk to us if they know that the half of Parliament is going to back what the Prime Minister would say.

“This is because they know that they would go back and stop it so they would never ever change it.”

Nigel Farage responded: “Tony I think if a British Prime Minister was to say we are leaving on the 31st of October with no deal.

“I think the European Commission and others here would bargain: Okay, this is good because this may bring the government down.

“And it may force either a general election or a second referendum.

“What they want here, they want the Brits to have a second referendum.

“This is because they think, just like Denmark years ago and Ireland not long ago, they think in a second referendum we would vote to say.

During his LBC show, Mr Farage also asked listeners for their opinion on his protest against the EU Parliament where he and Brexit Party MEP’s turned their backs on their colleagues

Some callers insisted that it was a “childish move” and detrimental where others argued that the UK should have left the EU already and we should turn our back on the European Union.”

The Brexit Party has come under criticism from political commentators like LBC’s Iain Dale for deciding to turn their backs on their colleagues in the opening session of European Parliament on Tuesday.

The Liberal Democrats also faced condemnation for their decision to wear “Bollocks to Brexit” T-shirts to Parliament.

Mr Farage has defended his party’s actions insisting that he does not recognise the nation of Europe but rather Europe as individual States.



By The Brexiteers, Jan 23 2019 07:57AM

There have been more than half a dozen attempts to derail the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union by Labour and Tory MPs. They include demands for leaving with no deal (Real Brexit) to be ruled out, delaying exit day and giving MPs the chance to force a second referendum. And Remoaners want control over parliamentary business to allow them to make fresh demands just days before the UK is due to leave on March 29.

Former Cabinet minister Iain Duncan Smith said the plotting Remainers were “living in cloud cuckoo land”.

He said: "I have a very simple formula for this, which is if you really support this constitutional nonsense of allowing a backbench group to take over the business and run legislation at the Government, if the Labour Party agrees to support that they have to think carefully what would happen if they were in power and they did not have a massive majority.

"This opens the door to mayhem in the Commons and I promise you those who think that the House of Commons could act as a government negotiating a trade deal are living in cloud cuckoo land."

MPs were able to set out rival plans to change the next steps in the Brexit process after Theresa May suffered a historic defeat on her EU not really leaving deal last week and was forced to come back to the Commons with a motion outlining her Plan B.

Chief plotter Dominic Grieve tabled an amendment to it that would allow MPs to take control of Parliamentary business for six full days, including on March 23.

It would allow Remoaners to launch a last minute bid to delay Brexit.

Former Tory ministers Justine Greening and Sam Gymiah, Phillip Lee, Anna Soubry and Sarah Wollaston backed the move along with senior Labour figures.

Mr Grieve said that while his plan would not legally bind the government “historically it would be very unusual” if it failed to act on anything that was agreed.

Well we have a message to all those MP’s trying to block Brexit, if Brexit is stopped we will bring this country to a standstill.


By The Brexiteers, Nov 28 2018 02:19PM

Sources close to Michael Gove claim the government are planning a second referendum calling it a “meaningful vote”.


Theresa May is apparently deliberately sabotaging Brexit in order to bring about a second referendum, sources close to turn-coat Gove claim the government are set to turn-up project fear full volume, preparing for a second referendum if May’s Brexit deal is stopped.


The Government’s new propaganda ‘BrexitDealExplained’ website has been pushed on social media with paid video and other adverts on Google search, Facebook and Twitter.


The Environment Secretary, one of the key figures in the Vote Leave campaign in the 2016 EU referendum, is expected to appear on the BBC’s flagship Andrew Marr Show this weekend.


Gove has done no media interviews since the PM struck her agreement with Brussels, but whips believe he could provide the ‘intellectual heft’ needed to persuade wavering MPs.


His decision to stay in the Government two weeks ago, following the resignation of Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, prevented a mass walk-out of the Cabinet that could have hastened May’s political demise.

With just two weeks in which to avoid a catastrophic defeat on her most important policy, the PM is relying on strong backing from the entire Cabinet as she tries to pull out all the stops to swing public and party opinion in her favour.


Theresa May's team are said to be offering rebel MPs peerages and other sweeteners in a bid to buy votes to get her Brexit deal through or back a meaningful vote.

By The Brexiteers, Jun 7 2018 07:47AM

The shadow Brexit Secretary, made the admission on a day when a shadow cabinet colleague contradicted him over whether EU free movement will continue after we leave the EU.



Sir Keir was trying to explain how he had come up with a policy that betrayed the Brexit majority by keeping the UK tied to Brussels rule after Leaving the EU but had simultaneously infuriated hard-line Remoaners in his own party.



The plans to effectively keep Britain in the EU’s single market as well as customs union through an amendment to the Withdrawal Bill is believed to be Labour’s 15th Brexit position since Jeremy Corbyn became leader.



And the row over the new policy came as Mr Corbyn hinted at another U-turn by twice refusing to rule out backing a second EU referendum to overturn the result in 2016 during Prime Minister’s questions.



And the row over the new policy came as Mr Corbyn hinted at another U-turn by twice refusing to rule out backing a second EU referendum to overturn the result in 2016 during Prime Minister’s questions.



“The only party we can trust to deliver Brexit is UKIP, they’re the only party that aren’t divided by Brexit and if it wasn’t for UKIP we wouldn’t have had a referendum”. - David Poulden UKIP



By The Brexiteers, May 25 2018 06:43AM

Remoaner Anna Soubry was accused of trying to keep the UK in the European Union through the back door by author and journalist Lionel Shriver on The (Brussels Broadcasting Corporation) BBC Question Time last night.


Ms Anna Remoaner Soubry raised her concerns surrounding the economic welfare of the UK and renewed violence on the Irish border if Prime Minister Theresa May buckled to ministers within her Cabinet pursuing a hard vision of Brexit.


Anna Soubry said: “The Government’s own impact assessments say that the best deal for our country as we leave the European Union is to retain membership of the single market and customs union.


“You cannot avoid a hard border unless you stay in some form of customs arrangement and the single market.”


But author and journalist Ms Lionel Shriver Ms shut down the Conservative lawmaker, blasting: “In other words stay in the EU?”


Ms Soubry responded sharply: “No, no, no, we will leave the EU’s political structure.” – At the same time thinking ‘oh shit did I just say that out loud?’


It seems as though there’re too many cloak and dagger remoaners in the conservative party to get the Brexit we have voted for, the conservatives have but one chance to get this right or the electorate will be turning to UKIP in the next general election for a real Brexit.



By The Brexiteers, Nov 30 2017 10:10AM

The Mathematical enthusiast told voters she wanted a second referendum on Brexit in a letter to her constituents.

The Shadow Home Secretary was called “absurd” for saying she wanted another referendum on whether the UK should remain in the European Union, in an apparent defiance of Labour's official line to accept the 2016 result.


The MP later claimed her comments were “badly worded” (Just like her racist tweets) and insisted she does not support a second referendum.

“The Labour Party is committed to retaining the best deal for all. I want to reassure you I am fully focused on defending the interest of the UK and I agree that there should be parliamentary scrutiny and transparency.”


The Labour Party's official line is that the country must accept the result of the 2016 vote.


When she was asked about her ambiguous comments by the Guardian, Ms Abbott said: “There is no important story here, just a poorly worded standard letter that was sent out.

“There is no difference at all between my position and official Labour party policy.”


One of the constituents, Hayley Dove, who received the letter from Ms Abbott called her comments “absurd”.


Ms Dove told the Guardian: “I think it’s absurd she has responded in this manner.

“If she does believe what she says in this better than she should say so publicly and make it really clear”.



By The Brexiteers, Nov 23 2017 10:45AM

“We cannot accept a system where EU citizens living in the UK are at risk of being deported”

-Guy Verhofstadt


The rights of European Union citizens has been a sticking point in the Brexit negotiations, with Brussels refusing to start trade talks before a settlement is reached.

An agreement would also affect some 1.2 million UK-born people residing in other European Union countries.

Discussing the need for a citizens’ agreement to be reached, Dictator Verhoftstadt said: “The Brexit Steering Group’s – who is steering this process from within the European Parliament – priority is to have a good arrangement on citizens’ rights.

“I am talking about citizens’ rights, not only am I talking about the rights of the EU citizens living in the UK but also the rights British residents living in the EU.

“What we absolutely want to avoid is these citizens, be they European or citizens of the UK living on the Continent, are victims of Brexit.”


Guy Verhofstadt called for a “declaration” system for EU citizens living in the UK, to avoid them having to make an “application” to remain in the country after Brexit.

He said declarations should cover a “whole household” rather than an individual and said the “burden of proof” must be on the Home Office rather than the household.

Guy Verhofstadt added: “We cannot accept a system where EU citizens living in the UK, or are mainly already permanent residents, are at risk of being deported as a result of the process.”

Last week, the European Parliament rejected Britain’s latest offer on the rights of EU citizens living in the UK after Brexit.

The Government issued a technical paper detailing a two-year grace period for EU nationals to apply for settled status once the UK leaves the undemocratic organisation.

Brexit Secretary David Davis said the UK “will support everyone wishing to stay to gain settled status”.

He added “The last negotiation round saw real progress in this area and I hope the document we have published today can facilitate the deal we need to guarantee the rights of UK citizens living in the EU27, and vice versa.”



By The Brexiteers, Nov 23 2017 10:14AM

A Secret document, which remained locked away for 30 years, advised the British Government to COVER-UP the realities of EU membership so that by the time the public realised what was happening it would be too late.


Almost all of the shocking predictions – from the loss of British sovereignty, to monetary union and the over-arching powers of European courts – have come true.


But damningly for Tory Prime Minister Edward Heath, and all those who kept quiet about the findings in the early 70s, the document, known as FCO30/1048, was locked away under Official Secrets Act rules for almost five decades.


The classified document, dated April 1971, advised the Government should keep the British public in the dark about what EEC membership means predicting that it would take 30 years for voters to realise what was happening by which time it would be too late to leave.


That last detail was the only thing the disgraceful paper – prepared for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) – got wrong.

The unknown author – a senior civil servant – correctly predicted the then European Economic Community (the EEC effectively became the EU in 1993) was headed for economic, monetary and fiscal union, with a common foreign and defence policy, which would constitute the greatest surrender of Britain’s national sovereignty since 1066.


He went on to say “Community law” would take precedence over our own courts and that ever more power would pass away from Parliament to the bureaucratic system centred in Brussels.


The author even accurately asserts that the increased role of Brussels in the lives of the British people would lead to a “popular feeling of alienation from Government”.


But shockingly politicians were advised “not to exacerbate public concern by attributing unpopular measures… to the remote and unmanageable workings of the Community”.

They were told to preserve the impression that the British Government was still calling the shots rather than an unelected body of foreign politicians – and that the ruse would last “for this century at least” – by which time Britain would be so completely chained to Brussels it would be impossible to leave.


Document FCO30/1048, which has now been declassified under the 30-year rule, still shocks and angers Brexiteers.


Annabelle Sanderson, a Brexit expert and former advisor to Nigel Farage said: “Despite all the claims from politicians of many parties that the EU was not about becoming a central state this 1971 document shows that is exactly what the plan was.


“Arch Remoaners from Labour, Lib Dems and the Tories need to check this out and ask themselves why they are MPs if they don’t actually want Westminster to be in charge of this country.


“We voted for Brexit what needs to happen is a proper clean break from Brussels so we can once again become a sovereign nation with money being spent in this country on services we need and have Parliament and courts making and ruling on the laws.”



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