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Delingpole: Watch – the Best Ever Song About Brexit…

The excellent Dominic Frisby has written a Brexit song which I think you all might enjoy. It has a particularly fine chorus, sung to the tune of the old Devon folk song Widdecombe Fair which brilliantly mocks Project Fear and all its myriad dodgy Establishment promulgators…

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Delingpole: Let’s Not Delude Ourselves – Brexit Is War and the EU Is the Enemy

Finally I understand everything: why Brexit is proving so impossible to negotiate; why Leave voters are more determined than ever to get the hardest Brexit possible, preferably No Deal; why Theresa May keeps caving to Brussels; why the political class is so out of touch with the electorate; why this can only get uglier…

Protesters march along the seafront wearing European flag masks in Brighton on September 24, 2017, on a march against Brexit. Britain's revitalised Labour opposition kicks off its annual conference today with leader Jeremy Corbyn set to lay out his party's agenda, free from the leadership challenges of previous years. / …

Delingpole: Brexit Is Now Hanging by a Thread

Prime Minister Theresa May has (narrowly) survived the vote of no confidence and delivered another of her bullish speeches about how the people voted for Brexit and how Brexit is what she plans to deliver.

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Nigel Farage, ‘Bad Boys of Brexit’ Join #CalExit

There is a new “#CalExit” movement afoot, and it just received a $1 million cash infusion and two potentially explosive partners as the “Bad Boys of ‘Brexit’” — Nigel Farage and Aaron Banks.

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Better a Cocker Spaniel as Prime Minister than Theresa May…

We’re all entitled to our opinions as to who’d make the better Prime Minister – Boris Johnson or Andrea Leadsom. But there’s one thing on which must agree. Better either of the above – or, frankly, a Cocker Spaniel – than the (current

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Obama Repeats Israel Mistake by Opposing #Brexit

President Barack Obama has a poor record when it comes to intervening in foreign elections. His clumsy attempt in April to encourage British voters to choose to remain in the European Union may have backfired, after Obama threatened that Britain would be sent to the “back of the queue” in trade relations with the U.S. if it chose Brexit. He repeated the mistakes of his effort to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel’s 2015 elections, which likewise delivered a poll-defying rebuke.

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Brexit: Britain Votes with Trump, against Hillary, Obama

British voters chose to “leave” the European Union on Thursday, defying the polls — and President Barack Obama, who had urged Britain to “remain” in the EU. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had also urged Britain to stay in the EU. Only Donald Trump had backed the campaign to leave.

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New York Times Tries to Pin ‘Violence’ on Brexit Campaign

With characteristic subtlety, intelligence and insight, the New York Times has lumbered into the Brexit debate and dog-whistled its left-leaning readership with a piece heavy hinting that thanks to Nigel Farage Britain is the new Nazi Germany. Let’s examine its argument

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Sir Bob Geldof: Vote Remain If You’ve Got A Big Yacht And Hate Proles

Nigel Farage’s pro-Brexit flotilla down the Thames has run into opposition from Vote Remain boats under the command of multi-millionaire pop star and SFJW (Social Focking Justice Warrior) Sir Bob Geldof. Harsh words have been exchanged; collisions only narrowly averted; one

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Brexit Might Actually Win This Referendum. Here’s Why…

Do you know, I think we Brexiteers might actually win this EU referendum. I’m reluctant to talk about it because I don’t want to jinx it. As I was saying to Toby Young on our podcast the other day, it feels as deliciously

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The Top 13 Reasons For Staying In The EU… Debunked

1. “It will create uncertainty.” (Usually followed by the phrase “…and business hates uncertainty…”) This is, literally, an infantile argument. Babies live in the present and want everything now. Grown ups understand the importance of deferred gratification – that is you

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