“…But the Brexit news continues too. It will be important for us to remain vigilant over the next few months on a couple of fronts. Firstly, we must guard against attempts to extend the transition period. Any such extension would be damaging and unnecessary, as a number of contributors discuss on the website this week….”
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“This week our website name changes from BriefingforBrexit to BriefingsforBritain to mark the fact that the UK formally leaves the EU on January 31st 2020 after 47 years of membership. Much still remains to be done to secure full independence from the EU and this site will continue in operation until the task is completed.” – Briefings For Britain, editors note.
Introduction – This article accurately sums up just one aspect of the May/Johnson Brexit ‘Agreement’ which beggars belief that our ‘negotiators’, or capitulators if you please, could stitch us up so badly and the ECJ could still wield such power over our laws and legal system after we leave.
Regardless of a Conservative win in this 2019 election – and I hope they do – the battle for a Brexit in more than just name goes on.
France’s president Emmanuel Macron acting on behalf of powerful banking interests was instrumental in Ms. Lagarde’s nomination. Praised by the Western media, Lagarde was also endorsed by Wall Street and the US Federal Reserve.
What media reports fail to mention is that Lagarde is a corrupt official involved in financial fraud.
She has a criminal record.
The Treaty permanently restricts our military independence, demands payment of an unspecified sum, prevents independent arbitration, grants EU officials immunity from UK laws, leaves us with EIB contingent liabilities running into tens if not hundreds of billions and will impose punitive laws on the UK during a transition which is likely to be extended until mid 2022 (just a few months before the next General Election).
Drawing upon new research including diplomatic papers from Germany, the UK, Russia and America, Moore argues that Germany has continued to build a dominant position in Europe, using military force, aggressive diplomacy and now economic strength. This has continued even during periods that our ordinary history books describe as ‘defeats’.
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By Richard Carlyon, For Britain Defence Spokesman, 13th October 2019 Our entire Defence capability will be switched to EU control on November 1st – no matter what happens with Brexit. Despite a clear national vote to leave the EU, despite the Government’s prime responsibility to defend our realm, its
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Please share this far and wide there is a news blackout in place on the mainstream media. All the talk of Treason and illegality may not be far from the mark. “As we have been reporting on extensively in an absolutely stunning turn of events Chairman of The English Democrats
And What You Can Do About It So the last couple of days have been extremely chaotic and stressful, however I cannot say that I didn’t see this coming…. If you are unaware of what has happened let me briefly explain so you get the picture: Following the release of
OrIginal article published at Briefings For Brexit website, 19th Nov 2018, Article link Written by Caroline Bell Theresa May has made many unsupported claims about the EU’s Withdrawal Agreement. This article shows that the Agreement contradicts at least seven of her assertions. In reality, the WA binds the UK indefinitely