Gove demoted, Paterson defenestrated, Hammond in as Foreign Secretary – what to make of it all?
Posts Tagged: Eurosceptics
The Spanish are threatening to veto Britain’s opting back in to the European Arrest Warrant.
“Here I stand; I can do no other. God help me.”
For a refreshing change, we have European allies more eurosceptic than our party.
An opaque process helps no-one.
From illiberal liberals to the Daily Express, Nigel Farage to David Cameron, here are the factors that delivered UKIP’s success.
With a UKIP victory, a Lib Dem wipeout and another Miliband mess-up, what does this all mean?
If you want no change, vote Labour, Lib Dem or UKIP.
Newspapers that once flirted with Farage now denounce him – claiming it’s a LibLabCon plot misses the point.
Instead of flinging insults, the Culture Secretary offers voters a viable alternative to UKIP.
The fates of two very different unions are being decided – each reveals the nature of the other.
This will bolster those who question the renegotiation, the Tory defences against UKIP and the Prime Minister’s character.
Heath, Farage, Cameron, “Yes” Thatcher and “No, no, no!” Thatcher.
The First Minister likes to pose as David – but his europhilia shows him to be Goliath, headed for a fall.
Mark Littlewood: The winner of the Brexit Prize provides a blueprint for an open, independent Britain
Those who wish to leave the EU must have a serious plan for what life would be like outside.