MANCHESTER MOURNS THEIR CHILDREN: WE MUST DEMAND REAL LEADERSHIP, THE FIRST PRIORITY OF GOVERNMENT IS TO PROTECT LAW ABIDING CITIZENS, ELSE GET OUT OF THE WAY


KILLING CHILDREN CAN NEVER BE EXCUSED Mitchell Goff Spectator Australia 23 May 2017 They were not soldiers. They were not partisans. They were kids enjoying music in the company of other kids. Perhaps that is the better definition of what … Continue reading MANCHESTER MOURNS THEIR CHILDREN: WE MUST DEMAND REAL LEADERSHIP, THE FIRST PRIORITY OF GOVERNMENT IS TO PROTECT LAW ABIDING CITIZENS, ELSE GET OUT OF THE WAY

IF BRITANNIA HAD BALLS SHE WOULD JUST GIVE EU NOTICE & WALK: 20Billion EURO a YEAR says EU WILL CUT A DEAL BECAUSE THEY CAN’T AFFORD NOT TO.


Second rate lawyers are misleading everyone in the country by insisting that, in order to leave the European Union it is essential to “trigger” Article 50 in its entirety. This line has been swallowed whole by the government, the media and commentators.

It is, however, absolute nonsense. Under international law and under Article 50 (1) itself, only notice to leave is necessary.

We will be paying for them to negotiate – and once we get to the end of the timeline there will be no real incentive to reach prompt agreement, as well as no reason to be true to their negotiated position.

In fact any excuse of an election, a financial crisis or a small war – could derail years and millions of man-hours of work.

Now turn this situation on its head.

The United Kingdom withdraws from the European Union (as directed by the people of the country in the referendum of June 2016) in March 2017 with immediate effect.

The European Union loses almost 14% of its revenues overnight. I suppose our mission / delegation will be received with a great deal more alacrity then they would otherwise.

This would turn the screw on the Commission and force them to conclude negotiations rapidly.

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Leadership at last: Britain finds its voice in Boris Johnson, Tell Europe and Cameron where they can Stick It


Yes We Can: Boris Johnson emerges to Lead Britain Out of European Union   Mr Johnson laid out a passionate view for a post-Brexit Europe   The roaring Mayor of London dismissed David Cameron’s “depressing” campaign and laid out how … Continue reading Leadership at last: Britain finds its voice in Boris Johnson, Tell Europe and Cameron where they can Stick It

Is Democracy Dead: UK Leader tells Government Members to Ignore the British Public in EU Referendum Campaign


Cameron Accused of ‘Disrespect’ to EU Referendum Activists AFP by Simon Kent7 Feb 2016 Prime Minister David Cameron has come under fire from his own Conservative Party over his advice to MPs not to allow pressure from constituents to convince them to … Continue reading Is Democracy Dead: UK Leader tells Government Members to Ignore the British Public in EU Referendum Campaign

Rugby: Australia’s Wallabies to face New Zealand in epic World Cup Final showdown


AUSTRALIA has cemented a place in the Rugby World Cup final for the first time since their heartbreaking defeat to England in 2003, beating Argentina 29-15 at Twickenham. The Wallabies were once again exceptional in defence, and executed with precision in attack, as Adam Ashley-Cooper managed a three-try haul. His third was the biggest highlight of the game, as fellow winger Drew Mitchell beat eight defenders in a swerving, 60-metre run to set him up. Outstanding performances from Wallaby flankers Michael Hooper and Scott Fardy, as well as the genius of breakdown specialist David Pocock, were pivotal in giving Australia … Continue reading Rugby: Australia’s Wallabies to face New Zealand in epic World Cup Final showdown

Rugby World Cup, boost for Aussies as Folau and Pocock named to play Argentina


Rugby World Cup: Huge boost for Wallabies as David Pocock and Israel Folau named to play Argentina October 24, 201512:16am Israel Folau Australian Fullback Steve Larkham: ‘It was all part of the grand plan Rugby HQ: Wallabies assistant coach Stephen … Continue reading Rugby World Cup, boost for Aussies as Folau and Pocock named to play Argentina