Archive for August 5th, 2018

‘It’s NOT the answer’ – Boris Johnson HITS OUT at Denmark for banning the burka in public

FORMER FOREIGN Secretary Boris Johnson has said banning the burka “is not the answer”, as Denmark becomes the latest in a long line of European countries to ban burkas and niqabs in public.

Farage: I have no MP plans

Nigel Farage last night dismissed claims that he wants to become an MP as “utter rubbish”.

Cable held talks on new party

SIR Vince Cable has met with a former key ally of Tony Blair amid claims of an attempt to form a new Lib-Lab pact to stop Brexit.

Cameron ‘to seek revenge on Gove’

DAVID Cameron is preparing to take revenge on Michael Gove whom he blames for losing the referendum – in a book. According to reports, the former prime minister has told friends that he believes the Environment Secretary is a “lunatic” and it was he who won the referendum for Leave, not Boris Johnson.

Blunkett rejects calls for second vote

THE need for a second referendum on EU membership was yesterday dismissed by a senior member of Tony Blair’s government, who said it would end up with the same result. Lord Blunkett warned Remainers that they had misunderstood why people had voted to leave the EU.

Business confidence falls amid Brexit uncertainty – surveys

One of two polls finds 55% of UK board members predict business decline in next year

Confidence among British business leaders has declined significantly and remains low, according to two reports that suggest the lack of progress over Brexit continues to cast a shadow over the UK economy.

A poll of FTSE 350 businesses by ICSA: the Governance Institute found that 55% of UK company board members are predicting a decline in their business over the coming year. This compares to 24% six months ago when the group last surveyed them.

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EU WILL LOSE: Brussels forcing UK towards no deal Brexit at HUGE ECONOMIC cost to EU

THE “LOSER” EU is on the verge of causing itself huge economic damage by forcing a “no deal” over Brexit which in turn could see Britain thrive. International trade secretary Liam Fox has said that a so-called “no deal” where Britain goes on to World Trade Organisation terms instead is now the most likely outcome.
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