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The Laura Perrins interview: The referendum was held to save the Tory Party, not the nation, says Peter Hitchens

Laura Perrins: Peter Hitchens, on February 4, 2016, in a blog headed ‘Why I won’t be voting on Referendum Day’ you said: ‘If we...

Citizen Pauline sums up the problem with the EU

Pauline Bock has an identity crisis. She writes in the New Statesman 'as an EU citizen', saying she can't vote for Labour, her normal choice,...

Memo to the FT – Remaining, not leaving, is what would wreck us

On Tuesday the Financial Times Europe Editor Tony Barber wrote a piece entitled ‘The EU is no protectionist racket.’ How the FT has fallen. But...

Has-beens and nonentities hammer down the lid on Parliament’s coffin

‘The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again: but already it was impossible...

Come On Arlene – No Surrender!

Good news for Brexiteers, for a change. The agreement by the Brexit ‘inner’ Cabinet to pursue mutual standards recognition as well as full control...

How a shameless MP, a megalomaniac trillionaire and the BBC are killing Brexit

We might have won the battle but we are losing the war. In a big way. Anyone on the Brexit side who thinks otherwise...

EU elite’s disdain for democracy fuels the far Right

It was Holocaust Memorial Day on Saturday when I saw a tweet by Guy Verhofstadt (Brexit Coordinator for the European Parliament) that did not...

Theresa May, the leader who can’t lead, must go

‘Tory High Command’ is a journalistic cliché not much seen or heard these days. With good reason. Scarcely has there been a period in...

Boris’s bonkers bridge and a surrender too far

No doubt you, like me, were somewhat relieved to hear that there are ‘no specific plans' for Boris Johnson’s Channel bridge, which appeared to...

Ranting Remainers just can’t get used to losing

The EU Referendum was a seminal event in our political history for many reasons. One, however, was unique in modern times. In reaction to...

By blocking Brexit, the Lords risk revolution

What will the House of Lords do in its attempt to scupper Brexit? That is the key question for now. If you ask me,...

We’re coming after you, oikophobes!

In his new book, Where We Are: The State of Britain Now, Sir Roger Scruton coins the term ‘oikophobia’. He uses it to describe the...

Brexit and our very civilised civil war

Civil wars invariably follow revolutions. The Arab Spring of 2011 did not result in a peaceful transfer of power as happened in Eastern Europe...

Ann Farmer’s thought for today: Brexit’s smokescreen for bullies

The National Association of Head Teachers has issued guidance to primary schools, saying they should include books in the curriculum that feature transgender parents...

George Maggs: Osborne’s Brexit scare tactics could put Corbyn in Number Ten

When you hear commentators in the mainstream media discuss the ‘Brexit lies’, they are invariably referring to the (in)famous claim that we send £350million...

Patrick Benham-Crosswell: This Brexit fudge will run and run

Conservative Prime Ministers returning from Europe with bits of paper don’t have an enviable track record. Mrs May is no exception. Managed regulatory divergence seems...

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