A key Government priority in 2018 must be to build on our continued economic success following the referendum result by ensuring our services sector is an integral component to future trade deals, says Rory Broomfield.
The Labour Party showed its extreme left credentials at this year’s conference in Brighton. Their policy proposals now include extending their plans for control of an individual’s property to include their right to get their hands on our organs, says Rory Broomfield.
Tomorrow, the Prime Minister is set to deliver her most important address since her address at Lancaster House earlier this year. But with rumblings back home, and questions over the EU negotiations, what should she say?
With the EU’s approach toward the ongoing Brexit negotiations defined by an unimaginative and inflexible attitude, permeated by its obsessive commitment toward further integration and centralisation, the Government should prepare for a ‘no deal’ scenario, argues Rory Broomfield.
Amidst the apparent never ending ‘noise’ surrounding Brexit - and as a Comment Central exclusive - The Freedom Association's Rory Broomfield sets out the seven key milestones that will define the Brexit process over the next six months.
Rory Broomfield believes the Left are trying to rewrite history for their own expediency. He fears their tactics could destroy our understanding of nationhood and self. They need to change - for their own good, he says.
Rory Broomfield says that since the General Election we’ve seen astonishing scenes where the Labour Party have claimed victory while the largest party, the Conservatives, have seemingly viewed the result as a defeat. It’s clear though who are the real losers here: the liberal elite.
Whether it be the Conservative majority in 2015 or the Brexit result in the EU Referendum last year, some quarters of the BBC seemed unable to accept the result. Will they do so this time, asks Rory Broomfield.
Near constant bemoaning of the referendum result, calls for the British people to ‘rise up’, and branding the vote an ‘historic mistake’. Blair, Major and Osborne are yesterday’s men, says Rory Broomfield.
Despite the ease with which the Government has secured Parliamentary approval to move ahead with Brexit negotiations, David Davis should be under no illusion as to the difficulties ahead, says Rory Broomfield.
The EU’s newly unveiled £300m ‘Space Egg’ will offer little comfort to the come as little comfort to the 22 per cent of Spaniards, and the near 50 per cent of young Greeks who are without jobs, says Rory Broomfield.
The policy outlooks of both Presidential candidates mean that regardless of the outcome of today's vote, the special relationship between the US and UK is set for testing times ahead, says Rory Broomfield.
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