"It's not too late to save Brexit". Watch Boris's tour de force in the House of Commons this afternoon.
Responding to the judgement in the High Court this morning, Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns for The Freedom Association, said: "I am delighted that Sir Cliff Richard has won his case in the High Court this morning. The BBC should have accepted that it had acted wrongly by invading his privacy in this most disgraceful way. But instead, the BBC is considering appealing against today's judgement describing it as a 'dramatic shift against press freedom'. Continue reading
This is the response from Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, Chairman of the European Research Group (ERG): STARTS“This is the greatest vassalage since King John paid homage to Phillip II at Le Goulet in 1200. "This White paper has not needed age to turn yellow. There are very few signs of the Prime Minister’s famous red lines. It is a pale imitation of the paper prepared by David Davis, a bad deal for Britain. It is not be something I would vote for nor is it what the British people voted for. Continue reading
You can read the Brexit White Paper here.
Responding to the proposals agreed by the cabinet at Chequers yesterday, Andrew Allison Head of Campaigns at The Freedom Association, said: "What Theresa May and her fellow Remainers railroaded through cabinet yesterday - her so-called third way - could very easily be a third rail for the Conservative Party. The common rulebook for goods means that we will effectively remain in the single market for goods. It means that some 90 per cent of British businesses who do not export will have to stick to EU rules. Continue reading