An ambitious speech but will the EU listen?

Theresa May’s speech in Florence this afternoon was said to be her most significant speech on Brexit since what she delivered earlier this year at Lancaster House. Rory Broomfield, Director of Better Off Out, responds: Continue reading

Let’s back Boris’s “positive vision” of UK’s future not Juncker’s “nightmare,” says independent Labour Peer

The independent Labour Peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon has welcomed Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson’s controversial intervention in the ongoing debate about the Brexit negotiations.  Lord Stoddart said: “I congratulate the Foreign Secretary for having the courage to write about a positive vision of the future of our great country, in the face of so much pessimism from gutless politicians who seem to have no faith in our country or its prospects. Continue reading

Blair’s not the messiah, he’s a very naughty boy!

Tony Blair continued his quest to keep the United Kingdom in the European Union yesterday with an interview on BBC’s Andrew Marr Show. His claim? That immigration can be restricted while the UK still remains a member of the so-called EU Single Market and Customs Union. Commentators, politicians and the public are up in arms at the sheer brass neck Tony Bliar is showing. As many of the newspapers have pointed out, it is hollow and hypocritical of Blair to make this claim when, on his watch, the borders of the UK were extended. Once again, it shows that the likes of Tony Blair cannot be trusted. Continue reading

Lib Dem MP looks to undermine individual freedom and democracy

In a press release sent by the Liberal Democrats, Ed Davey argues that any climb down from the UK’s membership to the European Arrest Warrant will threaten national security. In response, the Director of Better Off Out, Rory Broomfield, writes: Continue reading

Comments from leader of “EU minnow country” go down badly with Brexit peer Lord Stoddart of Swindon

The independent Labour Peer, Lord Stoddart of Swindon has taken the new Prime Minister of the Irish Republic, Leo Varadkar to task about his contribution to the ongoing debate over Brexit and advised the “stripling leader of a mini-state” to “learn his trade” before presuming to lecture the United Kingdom. Continue reading