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Brexit Britain unlocks huge opportunity - new deal signed cementing global role outside EU

RISHI Sunak has agreed to develop closer financial links between the UK and Switzerland. Read the full Article Brexit Britain unlocks huge opportunity - new deal signed cementing global role outside EU

WHO’S RACIST: David Kurten Hit With Vile Racist Abuse From Black Lives Matter Goons

DAVID Kurten AM, a Brexit Alliance member of the London Assembly, has revealed the tide of vile racist abuse he has been subjected too for not supporting what he calls the “Marxist agenda” of Black Lives Matter: Over the last month I’ve been called a coon, an Uncle Tom, a house nigger, a house boy and a ‘white man’ by BLM supporters, because I don’t agree with their Marxist aims, and their violence and vandalism. So who’s racist? — David Kurten (@davidkurten) June 30, 2020 Kurten has spoken out against Black Lives Matter on numerous occasions. He has also criticised the mainstream media for ignoring the “silent majority” of people who abhor the violence perpetrated by Black Lives Matter and Antifa. and debunked the myth that the UK is in any way “systematically racist”: The UK is one of the best places in the world to be a black person or other ethnic minority. There is equal opportunity for all and there is a long culture and tradition of freedom, although this is being eroded

‘NEW DEAL’ or ‘NO BIG DEAL’?

Revolution or rhetoric? What’s the verdict on Boris Johnson’s plans to kick start the UK economy? One man who knows the Prime Minister better than most is his former political secretary, Danny Kruger MP .  Kruger has also served as a policy adviser for the Conservative Party and became David Cameron’s chief speechwriter in 2006. Tonight he’ll join the IEA’s Syed Kamall for an in depth discussion on No. 10’s vision for Britain – and what further steps can be taken to avert economic catastrophe.  The MP for rural Devizes will also be quizzed on his view that, post-Brexit, Britain’s farmers should come before free trade. JOIN IN THE DEBATE – LIVE at 6.00 pm – HERE or on YouTube . * This article was originally published by Guido Fawkes

Nigel Farage claims VICTORY as Boris Johnson 'adopts Brexit Party plan'

BREXIT PARTY leader Nigel Farage has claimed victory after Boris Johnson unveiled a £5 billion infrastructure package, promising to "build, build, build" the county's way out of the coronavirus… Read the full Article Nigel Farage claims VICTORY as Boris Johnson 'adopts Brexit Party plan'

#Clap4OurBankers

During today’s “ Build, Build, Build ” speech Boris told the nation that while the nation has, rightly, applauded health workers over the past week, it is was also a clap those who make the NHS possible; the wealth creators, innovators, capitalists and financiers. Guido completely agrees, Thursday evening cheering for him was all about recognising the hard-working money-makers, without whom the NHS would not exist. You can download the poster for your living room window here … * This article was originally published by Guido Fawkes

Boris’ Real New Deal

In his big speech this morning Boris pitched a relaunch of his premiership after the side blow from Coronavirus. In it, he reiterating many of the manifesto commitments that delivered his 80 seat majority just six months ago – yet with a crucial difference. Project Speed… “the Chancellor and I have set up ‘Project Speed’ to scythe through red tape and get things done” Not only were billions in infrastructure spending committed – a new project designed to unleash private investment and get Britain building by slashing regulatory barriers has been set out: A wider range of commercial buildings will be allowed to change to residential use without the need for a planning application Builders will no longer need a normal planning application to demolish and rebuild vacant and redundant residential and commercial buildings if they are rebuilt as homes Property owners will be able to build additional space above their properties via a fast track approval process, subject to neighbour c

Brexit latest updates: Theresa May says David Frost has ‘no proven expertise’ as EU demands ‘concrete changes’

NO10 is facing criticism after it was announced key Brexit negotiator David Frost will become the UK’s top civil servant. It comes after Sir Mark Sedwill announced his resignation on Sunday after… Read the full Article Brexit latest updates: Theresa May says David Frost has ‘no proven expertise’ as EU demands ‘concrete changes’

Theresa May criticises PM over choice of Brexit envoy for security role

Theresa May questions Brexit envoy David Frost's qualifications to replace Sir Mark Sedwill in role. Read the full Article Theresa May criticises PM over choice of Brexit envoy for security role from The BBC

Travel news: EU puts 14 countries on ‘safe list’, but excludes the US

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WATCH LIVE Boris’ “Build, Build, Build” Speech

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Brexit LIVE: UK businesses could be BANNED from exporting goods to the EU - LEAKED REPORT

UK companies could be banned from exporting goods into the European Union if they don't have the correct clearance from tax authorities under crucial post-Brexit plans being drawn up by the… Read the full Article Brexit LIVE: UK businesses could be BANNED from exporting goods to the EU - LEAKED REPORT

Venezuela's Maduro orders EU envoy to leave following new sanctions

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Brexit LIVE: Barnier sent stern warning from ERG - 'Change your unreasonable demands!'

MICHEL Barnier must change his "unreasonable demands" with respect to a post-Brexit trade deal, Mark Francois, chairman of the eurosceptic European Research Group has said in a letter to the EU's… Read the full Article Brexit LIVE: Barnier sent stern warning from ERG - 'Change your unreasonable demands!'

COMMENT: Has BoJo lost his mojo? No, he’s shovel-ready says Honeysett-Watts 

Adam Honeysett-Watts is Principal Director of Conservatives in Communications IT’S BEEN almost a year since members elected Boris Johnson as Leader of the Conservative Party and British Prime Minister, and six months since he won a personal mandate from the country – and a stonking majority at that! How is he performing? This piece looks at some of the highs and lows, as well as the future ahead. The highs I deal in facts not fiction, so let’s start with the polls. Last December, the UK returned a Tory-led government for the fourth time in a decade: a 44.7% share of the vote (13.96m ballots) won him 365 seats* – a Conservative MP for each day of the Gregorian calendar. Today, according to  Politico ’s Poll of Polls , public support for the ‘People’s Government’ is holding firm. What’s he achieved vs  what did he guarantee ? A week after that seismic result in 2019, the Government published its Queen’s Speech, outlining the ‘People’s Priorities.’ Chief among them was Mr Johnson’s pl

Brexiteers rejoice as Britain on track to leave EU with no delay - 'We did it!'

BREXITEERS are preparing to celebrate another milestone in the process of quitting the EU tomorrow - with the end of the month marking any lingering possibility of an extension to the transition… Read the full Article Brexiteers rejoice as Britain on track to leave EU with no delay - 'We did it!'