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A political pantomime? Or something more?

The Cabinet, so the Telegraph reported this morning, has been told by Eurosceptics to force Theresa May to drop her Chequers plan or she...

A week is a long time in treachery

After my TCW article in mid-July on the stench of treachery surrounding the conduct of Brexit which pervaded the upper echelons of the ‘Conservative’...

The Remain Party and its EU puppetmasters

The 2017 General Election saw a return to two-party politics, as Labour absorbed the votes of the Greens and the Conservatives did the same...

The bankers would hate a No Deal Brexit. Tough luck

Generally, I find myself in disagreement with Jeremy Corbyn’s views as many have no basis in practical reality. But there is an issue on...

Hand over the Brexit baton, Theresa, you’re just not man enough

All Hail the New Boudicca! From Cheq-mate to Brex-Rex! May, may the force be with you! Such was the instant, fawning reaction by a...

‘Bloody difficult’ with her own; easy meat for Brussels

Mrs May told the BBC in an interview reported in the weekend press that she was a ‘bloody difficult woman’ and that this would...

A Brexit divorce bill would be daylight robbery

All the theatrical antics of the European Research Group in recent days may have served the Prime Minister rather well after all. Not only...

Reader’s comment: An ex-reader, now

In response to Kathy Gyngell: The Mail’s Brexit ‘suicide’ begins with a vengeance, Steve wrote: I actually cancelled my order for the DM last Saturday...

Parliament got us into this Brexit mess, now it must get us out

Writing in yesterday’s Telegraph, William Hague describes the probable Parliamentary results of either a Brexit deal or no deal. The outcome is the same...

We Danes should leave the EU along with you

Denmark joined the EEC with the UK on January 1, 1973. One of the main arguments before the Danish referendum was that the UK...

After Brexit, we must reform our democracy

That, over two years after Britain voted, narrowly but nevertheless decisively, to leave the European Union, it remains necessary to say ‘if Brexit happens’,...

Time to campaign for a No-Deal Brexit

Michael St George recently argued in his essay on this site, How to Resist the Remainers, for a campaign of peaceful resistance against the...

TCW Encore: This has just got a lot bigger than Brexit

Negotiations for the UK's withdrawal from the EU couldn’t have got off on a weaker footing with a Prime Minister at the helm who’d...

Voting UKIP can’t stop a Brexit betrayal

A noticeable number of the responses to my Saturday Essay last weekend, How to resist the Remainers, appeared to find my suggestions for a...

TCW Encore: May and the overpowering stench of treachery

Mrs May’s infamous Chequers Plan has yet to bring about her downfall. It has, however, put the party at war with itself. Tory grassroots...

Saturday essay: How to resist the Remainers (in a strictly non-violent way)

Just after the 2016 EU Referendum, I speculated on Twitter that, despite the clear majority vote to leave, the overwhelmingly anti-Brexit ‘Liberal’-Elite, New-Class Establishment...

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