Earlier this year, the Brexit Party came from nowhere to win a national election. Our victory in the European elections last May stunned the establishment and terrified the Tory party.
WHAT’s the point of inheritance tax? I only ask, because it is the most hated of all taxes, consumes so much time and energy, and generates relatively little for the Treasury that there must be a really, really good reason to keep it.
After the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election, one thing is very clear: the two-party political system has failed this country. Friday’s results showed just how much electoral trouble both the Conservatives and Labour are now in.
EUROSTAR carriages were rammed with politicians en route to Brussels, as the EU rolled out the red carpet for newly elected MEPs last week.
Voters have a clear choice on Thursday in the European elections. There is a fresh, bright option on the ballot paper to consider. So will you vote for more of the same, two-party political set up, with the same people, the same broken promises, the same tired structures, the same party games and the same waste of our taxpayers cash?
Trust in our politicians is at rock-bottom. The latest polling data shows the public increasingly want Brexit MPs to hold their nerve and bang the drum for leaving on WTO terms.
MPs rightly rejected the worst deal in history last night. This deal would have broken up our precious Union with Northern Ireland and flown in the face of the Good Friday Agreement by enslaving the country in a never-ending backstop.
The twenty-third of June 2016 was a historic victory of the people against the establishment; of belief against self doubt; of hope against fear.
We are about to witness some of the most important political decisions certainly of our lifetimes and most probably since the fateful year of 1940.
More than ever, our MPs must be brave and hold out for what is right. This is no time for Brexiteers to go soft.
I have recommended many times over the last 15 months that the Prime Minister should shake up her negotiating team and bring in competent, Brexit-believing supporters, including from the business world.