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Monday, October 28, 2019, 06:20

EXCLUSIVE: UK didn't vote against EU budget increase next year. Why not?

Every working day Remainer MPs delay, the EU will spend another £570 million pounds

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That’s £2.8 BILLION PER WEEK. Are you happy with that?

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Sunday, October 27, 2019, 06:59

VIDEO: Juncker’s immediate reaction to Brexit and angry walkout

Exposed: The nature of the EU, red in tooth and claw

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This Sunday, Brexit Facts4EU.Org invites you to watch a short, six-minute video with us

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Saturday, October 26, 2019, 04:48

EXCLUSIVE: Ten EU Parliament Presidents tell Council to delay Brexit until 31 Jan 2020

10 EU Parliament Presidents decide in secret

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Demand for General Election condition is suddenly removed. Now only the French need to be squared away

In a sudden move which we have not seen reported in the UK press, a virtually unknown body called the “EU Parliament’s Conference of Presidents” wrote to President Tusk of the EU Council on Thursday, stating that the Council should grant a Brexit extension to 31 Jan 2020.

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Friday, October 25, 2019, 04:24

Northern Irish consumers to pay Republic’s higher VAT - prices to rise

The hidden costs of Boris’s Withdrawal Agreement for the UK’s Northern Irish citizens

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Part of the UK will come under EU rules and the Republic of Ireland’s VAT regime

In a shock revelation from a House of Commons official Briefing Paper, citizens of Northern Ireland will be expected to pay higher prices for everyday goods and services, as a result of Boris Johnson’s new EU Withdrawal Treaty.

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Thursday, October 24, 2019, 03:20

The EU’s Common Fisheries Policy has filleted the UK’s fishing fleet

Brexit Fightback - One-pager no.9 – Fisheries - Ten Brexit groups endorsing


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In the last 30 years our fleet has almost halved and we’re now a net importer of fish

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019, 04:34

If you’re bored with this, imagine how Joe and Jane Public feel?

Nevertheless we look at one positive from last night’s Parliamentary shambles

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Boris got over the line with Labour votes

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Tuesday, October 22, 2019, 05:45

Remainer MPs’ nonsense about EU’s Customs Union? The perfect example

Yesterday the UK signed a ‘roll-over agreement’ with a country which has an EU trade deal


Foreign Secretary Dominic Rabb yesterday, with Georgian Foreign Minister © HMG

“Georgia, Georgia. Just this old, sweet song keeps Georgia on my mind”

During all the hullabaloo in Parliament yesterday, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab signed an agreement between the UK and Georgia.

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Monday, October 21, 2019, 04:58

“What did YOU do in the Great Brexit Independence War, Mummy and Daddy?”

We start looking at what all Brexiteers can do now

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A Brexit Facts4EU.Org campaigning article

If we don’t fight, we won’t win.

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Sunday, October 20, 2019, 04:44

The truth about the EU’s Customs Union

Brexit Fightback - One-pager no.8 – The Customs Union - Nine Brexit groups endorsing


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The EU Customs Union is about selling goods
The EU27 countries made a profit of £95 BILLION selling goods to the UK last year

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Saturday, October 19, 2019, 04:44

If you could vote today, would you vote for or against?

Reflections ahead of today’s critical Brexit votes in Parliament

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