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Kathy Gyngell: Ban the Brexit negativity

There are many reasons to be cheerful and positive about Brexit, not that you would know from the latest bout of gloomy forebodings, negativity...

Andrew Cadman: Hold fast over Brexit, Mrs May

Last week two hugely important events occurred that will not only make or break Brexit but determine the future of all of Europe. The...

Craig Byers: Big Cat Diary – will the BBC get a Brexit mauling?

When it comes to parliamentary select committees, BBC high-ups must fear Bill Cash's European Scrutiny Committee most of all. In the last parliamentary session it...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: EU’s Brexit ‘wall of silence’ goes unchallenged

Untold thousands are complaining to the BBC about its pro-EU bias in the reporting of Brexit. Licence fee-payers don’t know how many complaints there actually...

Michael St George: Why we need to fight the Brexit battle all over again

Like many ConWom readers, I suspect, I spent the early dawn hours of Friday June 24, 2016, ecstatic that the British people had ignored...

Kathy Gyngell: The good news about Brexit – not brought to you by the BBC

Those of you locked out behind the Financial Times paywall may have missed this bit of Brexit good news, reported by their Financial Editor...

Patrick Benham-Crosswell: Brexit can work – this is how

A book review: Clean Brexit by Liam Halligan and Gerard Lyons There are some days when the news gives the impression that we are refighting the...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Soros attack dogs join the fray over BBC’s Brexit bias

News-watch released at the weekend a pair of meticulously-researched reports that exposed yet again the BBC’s continued serious bias in the reporting of Brexit. One...

Nick Booth: Brexiteers and a mysterious case of insecticide

Coming soon on the BBC, a detective drama that blames Brexit for the collapse of our insect colonies: Detective Jack Implausible, of the Special Heavy...

Chris McGovern: Singapore’s lesson for Brexit Britain: Learn another language

Should post-Brexit UK seek to become an Atlantic Singapore? By any reckoning, this Asia-Pacific tiger economy has been a remarkable success story since gaining...

Major General Julian Thompson: We’ve stumbled into a EU defence trap, despite Brexit

In the heady days after the Brexit vote, those who had cast their ballot in favour of leaving the EU might have been forgiven...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Accentuate the negative: Dimbleby’s Brexit obsession

This weekend’s edition of Radio 4’s Any Questions? contained a telling – and in the BBC bias stakes, wearyingly predictable – spat between the...

Niall McCrae: Corbyn v Starmer in Labour’s Brexit civil war

Lancashire cotton mills, Durham collieries and Clydeside shipyards are the spiritual home of the Labour movement and working-class emancipation. Today, however, the battle for...

George Maggs: Why we must stand fast against a soft Brexit

Although many Conservatives voted Remain in last year’s EU referendum (the vast majority for economic reasons), since the vote Conservative MPs and wider party...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: BBC bias turns street scuffle into anti-Brexit cause celebre

On August 31 last year, the £1billion taxpayer-funded BBC news machine went into what can only be described as incontinent anti-Brexit overdrive in response...

Andrew Cadman: What the Remainers fear is that Brexit will succeed

How do you know when a planeload of Remoaners have landed at Brussels Airport? Because when the engines stop, the whining continues. Yes, it’s an...

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