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The Establishment talks tough about the lockdown but stays silent on illegal immigration

As Britain remains in a state of lockdown, we are reminded by the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, to abide by social distancing guidelines and…

The police’s arbitrary new powers may have just inspired my next campaign

I thought I’d take advantage of the lovely settled weather over the Easter weekend by heading down to the coast to go fishing for a plaice or…

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…

Of course we must stop coronavirus, but not at the cost of becoming a police state

I was delighted when the Government performed its dramatic U-turn a few weeks ago and moved away from a herd immunity strategy to outright…

The Government must support Britain’s forgotten workers – or face disastrous consequences

My local policeman dropped by last week and told me that farmers and smallholders are worried that people might soon start stealing their eggs…

Coronavirus has shown we are all nationalists now. Does Boris Johnson realise that?

Donald Trump’s overnight announcement banning all travel from the EU Schengen area to the United States for 30 days comes as no…

Please, Chancellor Sunak, don’t forget about the little people in your Budget

As a new chancellor who has been in the job for less than a month, Rishi Sunak faces a huge challenge in delivering this week’s Budget. This…

Taking back control of our borders must change immigration numbers for good

In 2004, eight former Communist countries joined the European Union in what remains the bloc’s largest expansion in terms of population in…

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…

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