The Brexit Party MEP on why she would “fight tooth and nail” against the deal even if the backstop was deleted. Plus: would she stand against her brother?
The alternatives were worse – and her record in overseeing the Bundeswehr suggests that the misguided project would be doomed on her watch.
“I’ve always sat quietly when they perform it…I don’t want to be unkind and disrespectful.”
“If you don’t leave on October 31st, then the scores you’ve seen for the Brexit Party today will be repeated”, he warns.
For some reason he appears to be surprised at the reaction to his switch of position.
ConservativeHome reveals the full slate of 71 candidates, standing in every region and nation of the UK.
It’s the classic small party dilemma – do you accept recruits and defectors, even when they come with baggage?
Who will stand? Will Tory incumbents run again? Is there capacity to fight a proper campaign? What would the message be?
Will many candidates want to stand, given the popular anger about such an election even happening?
The Party’s Chief Executive has briefed the Cabinet that there are insufficient funds to fight a snap General Election. How bare is the cupboard?
She hopes for agreement before the European elections, but the Government will “make responsible preparations to hold the elections should this not prove possible.”
The Hungarian Prime Minister has violated democratic norms, and exploited British taxpayers’ money to enrich his elite. Why protect him?
Richard Ashworth and Julie Girling apparently believe that the UK has not made ‘sufficient progress’ on Brussels’ check-list.
If successful, such a goal could deliver a parliamentary majority of around 150.
Without that difference, Brexit would not have happened.