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The only way to get Brexit done now is for Boris to back no deal

The war of words with Brussels shows no sign of abating. Aggressive Downing Street briefings following Boris Johnson’s phone call with …

Jacob Rees-Mogg knows the only way to deliver Brexit is with a clean break, not another fudged deal

I like Jacob Rees-Mogg and believe that many people underestimate his commitment to public life. But I was dismayed when I read in the Daily…

I am 100 per cent sincere in offering a non-aggressive pact with the Tories

Boris Johnson is to be congratulated for sacking the 21 Tory MPs who voted to block a No Deal Brexit this week. It was a radical move on his…

I hope I’m wrong about Boris Johnson, but I fear a great Brexit stitch-up is coming

It was good while it lasted. For several weeks, Boris Johnson gave the impression of being a true Brexiteer – so much so that some…

Boris Johnson has had an impressive start as PM but he is about to get a big surprise from the Brexit Party

On the day Boris Johnson became Prime Minister, I was speaking at a conference in Washington DC. There, I met with President Trump, who…

The sooner we leave the unreformable and appallingly undemocratic EU, the better

During the opening remarks of a speech given this week by Antonio Tajani, the outgoing President of the European Parliament, he said…

Boris, the country is crying out for leadership – but with my party’s help, we can resolve Brexit

After 40 years of dreaming about becoming the British prime minister, this is not the start that Boris Johnson would have wanted. He…

Ursula von der Leyen is a fanatical European federalist – which could make her Boris Johnson’s biggest ally

For years, I have warned of the EU’s desire to become a fully militarised entity in its own right. The response to this assertion from the Remain…

The Brexit Party’s mission to remake politics has only just begun – there’s plenty to come yet

We are witnessing a dramatic, rapid and undeniable shift in the terrain of British politics – whether the establishment parties want to admit…

The pollsters’ blatant dishonesty on Brexit is ruining the public trust

I am the first to admit that political polls must be taken with a pinch of salt. Their main purpose is to provide a snapshot of public opinion. They…

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