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Giving Britain an Upper Hand

I have taken some time out from canvassing to write this post. It is a time for a case to vote Conservative. What ever could I say about this party of opportunity, bettering yourself and freedom that would make you vote

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Posted in Uncategorized, Westminster, Conservatism, European Union, Great Britain

Brussels bashes bright sparks

Okay I think I may have more to say in support of Leave EU here for something on my part. I have already written about the birth of the EU, migration, single currency, science and technology and farming. However as

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Posted in British Politics, British Sovereignty, European Union, Uncategorized, Westminster

EU Tyrant: Farming Wastage and Fishing Restrictions

One of the biggest pains that Britain suffers in it’s ties to Brussels is the common policies on agriculture and fishing that is making us go hungrier than ever as farmers and fishers are constrained. People in the British agricultural

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Posted in European Union, Farming, Fishing, Uncategorized

Everybody Out of the EU Reich: Eurozone Misery

In 2007 we experienced one of the worst financial disasters in living memory. One of the contributions from the EU to that crash was the single currency market that created a double dip recession as a result of a tidal

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Posted in Economics, European Union, Uncategorized

Everybody out of the EU Reich: Origins and Migrants

Today I started this entry with a terrible tragedy happening in the European Union capital of Brussels in Belgium. It started with an attack in a public transport area consisting of a train network and an airport close to the

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Posted in British Sovereignty, Conservatism, European Union, Nationalist Protectionism, Parliament, Politics, UKIP, Uncategorized