Jayne Adye

Articles by Jayne Adye

ADYE: EU’s Open Borders Threaten UK Security

The inherent security risks associated with one of the EU’s fundamental ‘four freedoms’ have been revealed once more. Daily Mail reporters have again exposed the so-called ‘Lille loophole’, whereby anyone – including terrorists – can take advantage of the open-border Schengen area.


Prime Minister May Must Not Allow Hammond to Undermine Brexit

The past fortnight has seen numerous speeches from British politician’s concerning Brexit. The Prime Minister, in her first speech to Conservative Party Conference as leader, responded to the defeatism which consumes much of the political establishment. Theresa May pointed out

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Brexit Has Left Sturgeon and Scottish Nationalism Floundering

On Tuesday Nicola Sturgeon blamed Brexit on the UK Government’s austerity policies. Speaking at the annual conference of the Institute of Directors (IoD) in London, the Scottish First Minister warned listeners she was “profoundly concerned” about the implications of the UK leaving the EU, with


Brexit is an Opportunity For Britain To Take a Leading Role in Reinventing NATO

Last Wednesday, in his ‘State of the Union’ address, the President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker attempted to put forward an upbeat vision of the EU. Largely ignoring the Brexit-sized elephant, Juncker instead chose to stick to his tried and tested approach: “The European


As Long As We Pay The EU, We Must Have Our Say!

The announcement of Sir Julian King’s new role as Europe’s new “Commissioner for the Security Union” has been celebrated by some as a sign of the European Commission getting serious about Brexit. They point out how King could have been given a derisory role which some Brussels insiders had previously joked about. This however ignores the reality of King’s new role.


Prime Minister Theresa May — An Insult To Democracy

The Home Secretary Theresa May has put herself forward as the candidate with experience. She points to her record time in the Home Office as evidence of her competence. Her supporters claim as a reluctant Remainer she is ideally suited

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Britain Is Full Of EU Criminals But Cannot Deport Them

One of the arguments the Remain campaign uses to justify EU membership is the supposed ability to deport foreign criminals. However, like the majority of arguments in favour of the EU, this is simply untrue. In theory the EU has created procedures to


Best Bet for Boris is Brexit

Monday was confirmation for anyone who might have deluded themselves otherwise – David Cameron and the Conservative leadership are intent on remaining inside the European Union (EU) no matter what. The Prime Minister has raised his standard as the leader of