The Brexit Paradox: Open Britain, Closed Borders

Taking back control. The three words that encapsulated the Brexit campaign. We were preparing to cut ourselves free from the shackles of Europe, emerging from the darkness bright-eyed into a global market that we had shunned in favour of our closest neighbours. Globalisation has shrunken the world significantly in the years since 1973 and joining […]

Boris Used To Be In Favour Of Second Referendum 

The campaign for a “Peoples Vote” has picked up a little steam over the past few months. Caroline Lucas has been plugging the idea everywhere she can get her face on TV and attendance at the People’s Vote march was estimated at 100,000 people. In the last week, Jeremy Corbyn’s Deputy Tom Watson said that […]

The EU Directive That Would Have Allowed Britain To Control Immigration

Immigration, sovereignty, and the NHS. These became the three pillars upon which the Brexit temple was built for worship. Farage’s rhetoric was particularly anti-immigrant, with his ‘breaking point’ billboard causing particular controversy. That’s not to say people didn’t have a right to be concerned about levels of immigration, the ideal level of immigration isn’t exactly […]

BeLeave and the Vote Leave Links Explained

BeLeave was founded by Darren Grimes, a then 23-year-old fashion student from County Durham, a Liberal Democrat member with a talent for graphic design and social media marketing. The BeLeave logo (not dissimilar to the Vote Leave logo) can be found on Vote Leave’s own website, where BeLeave is listed as an “outreach group”. According to Commission […]