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The pollsters’ blatant dishonesty on Brexit is ruining the public trust

I am the first to admit that political polls must be taken with a pinch of salt. Their main purpose is to provide a snapshot of public opinion. They…

Remainers cannot stop a mass movement with a milkshake – the Brexit Party will change politics for good

The debate between me and Vince Cable will be the only debate between party leaders in these European elections. It’s the Brexit…

A dramatic realignment of British politics is now inevitable

Wednesday night’s House of Commons Bill to extend Article 50 was passed by 313 votes to 312. It squeaked through, therefore. It…

Only a revolution can save British politics now

When Brexiteers wake up tomorrow, the ghastly reality that Britain is still a member of the EU will sink in. Those empty promises made by Theresa…

If Theresa May buckles and delays Brexit, I will do my best to tear her party limb from limb

As the Prime Minister heads to tomorrow’s EU summit in Brussels with little prospect of achieving her desperate attempt to engineer a…

The betrayal of Brexit is one of the most shameful chapters in our country’s history

The great Brexit betrayal has begun”. I first wrote those words in a piece for the Telegraph in July 2017. How everybody laughed at the time…

May’s speech was laudable, but the question persists: is she really up to this?

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Theresa May is a decent person who clearly takes her duties as a public servant seriously. But despite the…

The great Brexit betrayal is nearly complete – but Theresa May still has the chance to be a national heroine

Has there ever been a time in British history when the political and media class around Westminster has been more out of touch with ordinary…

My new Brexit party stands ready to defend democracy

It seems increasingly clear that Theresa May’s appalling Withdrawal Agreement, the worst deal in history, will not pass through the House of…

How can the BBC be fair about Brexit when it takes money from the EU? We need answers

Hours after last week’s so-called ‘Brady Amendment’ passed through the House of Commons, I addressed the EU parliament in Brussels.

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