Brexit Party Plans and Proposals
We believe that Britain should be a sovereign nation with democratic control over its own laws, borders and money. An independent nation state with an international vision.
Leaving the EU — with its autocratic rules and unelected, unaccountable power structures — is the vital first step towards establishing democratic control. Once outside the EU, Britain will always be part of Europe, a continent of free peoples.
The betrayal of Brexit by the Westminster establishment reveals that British politics is broken. Their old two-party system and outdated politics of Left and Right serves only itself.
We believe Britain needs fundamental political reform to promote democracy and make the people sovereign. That must mean challenging the pillars of establishment control, from the unrepresentative electoral system and the unelected House of Lords to the entrenched and unaccountable powers of the civil service and the BBC.
We want to put the principles of trust and integrity at the centre of political life. Britain needs political leaders the people can trust — and who will trust the people to make their own democratic decisions.
We believe Britain should be a nation of free and equal citizens, enjoying the historic liberties we pioneered such as freedom of speech, and looking after those in need. We champion the British values of tolerance and fairness and embrace the diversity of Britain’s people — and of their opinions.
We believe that a clean-break Brexit and the changes it can bring will be a great opportunity to rebuild Britain. By investing the Brexit dividend in the regions outside London, we can create a country that is fairer and freer as well as more democratic
Ensuring the best interests of the people of East Hampshire
I was born in Woking in Surrey and now I live in Petersfield which is within the East Hants Constituency. I have run two Electronics and Engineering companies for the last 30 years and I’m now semi-retired and passing the company on to my Son. My career has involved extensive travel throughout the world even to oil rigs in the North Sea and so I’m very familiar with other cultures and ways of life both professionally and on a personal level and to giving lectures and talks to quite large audiences especially in China. The international trade was mostly conducted under WTO terms, it works and it’s easy. I was also involved with setting up a Chinese /UK Joint venture company with the Chinese ministry of aviation
News & Updates
Personal responsibility in the grand scheme of things, would to some seem such a trivial matter with everything we face in the world today. However, I deem it to be the most important thing every individual needs to get right and currently it seems to me that it is...
13.9.19 Speaker Bercow Retiring Speaker, John Bercow, says that he intends to offer Parliament every possible leeway in procedures to prevent the Government leaving on 31st October with “ No Deal” . He would do so from 19th October, when the PM must write to the...
Simon Heffer in New Statesman 'Those Tories who think the Brexit Party will go quietly once we have left the EU should read a recent post on the Conservative Woman website by John Longworth, Brexit Party MEP and chairman of the Leave Means Leave pressure group....
Throughout the discussions, there is a fault line running between two views. The first revolves around the idea of a fundamentally spatial conception of globalisation - the stretching, intensification and speeding up of worldwide patterns of interconnectedness....
Arron Banks has blasted Channel 4 News as a “propaganda channel” as one of their journalists attempted to doorstep him. Banks had been interviewed on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show and on Sky News when Channel 4 journalist Fatima Manji attempted to doorstep...
| Deutsche Bank's chief economist says a no-deal Brexit is "not the end of the world." He talks up Britain's "vibrant economy" and expects UK to do well in the medium and long term. Warns against going for an "inadequate deal" which "constrains the UK". Quite right!...