To celebrate Easter, this edition of Leave.EU’s newsletter hopes to offer some spring sunshine to banish the darkness descended upon us by Theresa May’s Brexit betrayal.
It was another very busy week in Washington! President Trump continued to shake up his team, this time replacing National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster with Ambassador John Bolton, who has a track record of confronting Iran. We hope he will help President Trump implement his America First foreign policy. We will be watching closely, but with Mike Pompeo at the State Department and Ambassador Bolton running the NSC at the White House, we are hopeful that we will soon see the end of the Iran deal and can mark down another “promise kept” for President Trump!
– Conscience Bill reaches committee stage, discussed in Parliament today (23 March)
– Human rights experts see proposed changes as upholding international law obligations
Just because you are paranoid conspiracy theorists doesn’t mean the political Keystones aren’t out to get you
When in 2013 GMB launched the first high court claims on behalf of those blacklisted there were many in the establishment who said we were paranoid conspiracy theorists
Yesterday, Congressional “leaders” released a 2,000-plus page Omnibus spending bill with a price tag of $1.3 trillion. Members of the House had less than 24 hours to read the bill before the vote, and just a little while ago the House voted to pass this monstrosity. Now the bill will move on to the Senate.