Concern that Government is putting business before people in Brexit Deal

On June 23rd 2016, the British people voted to leave the EU. During the campaign, it was made clear by Vote Leave and others that this would mean leaving the so-called EU Single Market and its Customs Union. There was no mention of a transition deal. Now concerns are raised as it can be revealed the government has had meetings with CEOs that ensured there was a transition deal.  Continue reading

Barnier's game to gain Brexit in name only

Barnier's new demands to try and tie the UK to the EU's taxation policies illustrates a test for the UK government. It is also a game that Barnier is playing to ensure Brexit in name only (BRINO) and something the UK government must resist. Continue reading

We should be concerned with the government's view on EU security

Prime Minister Theresa May signalled her desire for continued security cooperation with the EU in her Florence Speech. She has subsequently built on that desire in numerous speeches, including in Munich and at the Mansion House in London. But the UK government's willingness to coordinate with the EU should not be blind. Its response to a recent petition signed by over 14,000 people raises questions about whether the Government is willing to sacrifice our freedom in order to follow the EU's agenda.  Continue reading

WATCH: Andrew Allison addresses Fishing for Leave rally in Hull

Andrew Allison, Head of Campaigns at The Freedom Association, addressed a Fishing for Leave rally yesterday (Sunday 8 April) in Hull. Click on the image below to watch the majority of his speech on Facebook.