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SNP’s EU passion is one-sided love affair – END these Euro-fanatic policies

Written by Jim Sillars I am the architect of the ‘Independence in Europe’ policy to which the SNP still sticks, limpet like. First aired by …

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Ministers have sleepwalked into this appalling economic crisis with their eyes wide open

Written by John Longworth Confirmation that the UK economy shrunk by 20 per cent in April shows the cost of lockdown and furloughing Concerns are …

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Telegraph: One in five coronavirus patients caught virus in hospital Findings come as hospitals are ordered to enforce social distancing between staff to prevent spread of the virus

One in five hospital patients with coronavirus caught it while on wards, papers by Government scientists have revealed. The findings come alongside orders to all …

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This immigration bill takes British workers and Leave voters for a joyride

Written by Suzanne Evans Despite pledging to “take back control”, flaws in the Government’s legislation suggests a lack of will to live up to its …

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If Boris wants to help business: steer clear, fix the economic potholes and remove the speed bumps

Written by Lance Forman Few other issues have proven as divisive in modern times as Brexit. As an issue it’s stoked tension among friends and …

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Be bold in your emergency Budget, Chancellor, we have nothing left to lose

Written by John Longworth Extraordinary times demand extraordinary measures such as the scrapping of corporation tax and air passenger duty to get our recovery going. …

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UK must be cut loose from manufacturing shackles to avoid worst recession in 300 years

Britain must be cut loose from its “bonkers” manufacturing shackles if it wants to avoid the worst recession in 300 years, a new report says. …

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A resurgence in British manufacturing is the best way to revive our economy after coronavirus

We have allowed our economy to deindustrialise to a greater extent than any other. But there is a way to trade ourself out of the …

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How a German court has assisted an even better Brexit

Written by Daniel Hodson THE RECENT DECISION of the German Constitutional Court (GCC or Verfassungsgericht to be precise) to overrule the European Court of Justice …

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Liz Truss has culled pernicious EU tariffs, but kept a few as negotiating leverage

Written by John Longworth Zero tariffs should be our objective to reach as soon as practicable. Ongoing talks with the EU and USA will decide …