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The Brexit Party is ready to fight if the Government takes the easy way out on a deal

Britain left the European Union on January 31, nine months ago, though it now seems a lot longer than that. It was a joyous moment for Leavers …

Our craven leaders are failing to stand up to a Marxist mob which wants to tear down our history

The appalling scenes of violence and disorder in London and Bristol at the weekend should not have surprised anybody. A few days earlier, the …

Where is Lord Deighton? Boris Johnson’s PPE tsar has been missing in action

On April 18, Lord Deighton was appointed by the government to "unleash the potential of UK industry to scale up domestic PPE [personal…

My late-night police visit will not stop me going out to cover this illegal immigration scandal

If, in a country of doubtful democratic legitimacy, a story broke about a well-known political and media figure receiving a night-time visit from the…

It’s time to remove Matt Hancock and call in a no-nonsense outsider to win the coronavirus war

‘Action this day’ was stamped by Winston Churchill on every crucial government document during our country’s greatest test in the…

Donald Trump genuinely likes Boris Johnson, but Huawei row could damage the Special Relationship

After the thrill of giving my last ever speech in the European Parliament, and the joyous the scenes in Parliament Square on Friday night, I found myself out of a job. After 20 years as an MEP, I had finally managed to make myself redundant.

We’re leaving a sinking EU Titanic on our Brexit lifeboat, rowing to a bright new future

It is done. I have given my final speech in the European Parliament, handed in my security pass, and left Brussels for the last time as an MEP…

Why are the authorities so embarrassed about celebrating Brexit Night? Let Big Ben bong

At the stroke of 11pm on 31 January, Big Ben will ring out to a cheering crowd in Parliament Square and a 47-year experiment of political…

Outlawing more Brexit delay is bold, but Boris Johnson must beware the EU’s trade talks trap

Following my decision to stand down 317 Brexit Party candidates during the general election campaign, the question I am asked most often by…

I have revelled in the sheer horror of the Westminster Remainer elite

The most enjoyable aspect of election night and its aftermath has been witnessing the sheer horror on the faces of Westminster’s Remainer…

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