THE government made history yesterday as the first to accept a motion of “regret” to its own Queen’s Speech in a humiliating climbdown over TTIP.
David Cameron reluctantly accepted a cross-party amendment to his programme for government which called for the exemption...
Friday 27th May 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
ANOTHER day, another scare story from the Ministry of Fear to persuade us that voting to leave the European Union means welcoming war, pestilence and penury.
David Cameron knows that older people are most opposed to EU membership and more likely to actually vote, so he suggests that...
Thursday 26th May 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
DAVID CAMERON was accused yesterday of resorting to using pensions to scaremonger the country into voting to remain in the EU.
The Prime Minister said workers should brace themselves for a less comfortable retirement if Britain leaves the EU, as the fight for the support of older...
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THE Prime Minister’s propaganda for the Remain campaign has had “little effect” on voters, experts said yesterday after polling found the percentage of people who feel well informed about the EU referendum has fallen.
David Cameron blew £9 million in...
Wednesday 25th May 2016
Cameron slips up during pro-EU campaign talk
Tuesday 24th May 2016
Tory rebellion forces Cameron to accept amendment to TTIP
Saturday 21st May 2016
Tory rebels could plunge Cameron administration into crisis
Friday 20th May 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Corbyn lays into government’s speech with little substance
Thursday 19th May 2016
HEAD of state Elizabeth Windsor must have wondered yesterday, when she began reading the Queen’s Speech, whether she had just woken up after months in a coma.
Much of the terminology and half-baked policies belong in 2015 when they first saw the light of day.
CHRISTINE LAGARDE was accused of trying to “bully” Britain into remaining in the EU yesterday after warning an exit would spark a recession, writes Luke James.
The French head of the IMF said the consequences for Britain’s economy would be “pretty bad to very,...
Saturday 14th May 2016