EU Referendum

For decades, Theresa May nursed being the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. While that dream was achieved, it ended on an anti-climax note for a woman of uncommon records of excellence. Her tenure was consummated by the outcome of the Brexit Read more


What has the United Kingdom just done to itself, its people and the future of its youth? It is difficult to fully understand why a country in taking a decision about its future will decide on a false option that seems to negate long-term interests. Read more

Reuben ABATI

Unfortunately, over the course of the last four months, campaigns on both sides of the argument have progressively deteriorated into mutual mud-slinging with precious little substance. Read more


Our country faces one of the most important choices in our history on June 23rd: Whether to leave or to remain a member of the EU. Read more


In July 2011, to the clink of Belgian beer glasses, the European Commission toasted a momentous day. 54 years after its founding members gave up the power to negotiate their own trade deals, the EU’s Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with South Korea had Read more


Immigration into this country is literally out of control - with the numbers growing year after year. This has placed new pressures on our country, and hard working British families feel the impact that this has placed on the services that they rely Read more


The fact that Commonwealth citizens resident in the UK have the right to vote shows just how close our connection is. But many still haven’t registered to do so, despite this being the biggest decision the UK will make for a generation. Read more


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