REALITY is making mugs of those who predict Brexit doom.
“Despite” our vote to leave and all attempts to talk us down, our entire net national worth GREW five per cent to £10.2trillion in the last year.
Our entire net national worth GREW five per cent to £10.2trillion in the last year[/caption]
Meanwhile innovative job-creators like Sir James Dyson plough fortunes into new technology and ventures such as his £200million Gloucestershire test track for electric cars.
His one Brexit fear? That this Government won’t “grab the opportunity with both hands”.
Some firms ARE holding back to see how it all pans out. Even so, our growth is still higher than the eurozone’s.
The City, forecast to be crippled by Brexit, is instead roaring ahead as the No1 centre for global currency trading.
Innovative job-creators like Sir James Dyson are ploughing fortunes into new technology based in Britain[/caption]
Great UK-based firms are embracing the future. Aston Martin is booming and poised to float on the stock market.
Come what may, Britain will rival anywhere on the planet as a place to do business.
A new Sham
Shami Chakrabarti has already sold out her credibility to give Corbyn’s Jew-hating mob a virtual clean bill of health.
Now the man supposedly probing the tsunami of complaints against members reckons it’s all been cooked up to attack Corbyn. All those Jews living in fear? They must be imagining the whole thing.
Labour simply has no desire to root out its anti-Semitism. And why would it?
Labour’s new anti-Semitism probe will be an even more comprehensive whitewash than the last[/caption]
The leader himself is up to his neck in it.
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THE terror inflicted on our fishermen by French thugs is an international outrage. So is the French navy turning a blind eye.
How can they have seen nothing amiss as Molotov cocktails, smoke bombs and rocks rained down on British boats?
Our men could have been killed. Yet they have every right to fish for scallops there, as French authorities admit.
If France’s navy won’t keep them safe, ours must be sent in to do so.
Backbench MP Anna Soubry wants to dictate who can join the Tories[/caption]
NOT content with trying to rerun the Brexit vote, backbench MP Anna Soubry wants to dictate who can join the Tories.
Membership is rising, with newcomers wanting a say on what form Brexit takes. But Ms Soubry wants to halt this recruitment drive before too many backing a meaningful Brexit join up.
They are “not Conservatives”, she says.
This from the woman who was up for joining a new party herself last year.
She seems unable to grasp democracy:
That precious system that gives everyone a say — yes, even those daring to disagree with Anna Soubry.