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As we approach the end of the year it’s natural to reflect on the highs and the lows of the last twelve months. The Brexit process finally got underway in March, more than nine months after the referendum, when Theresa May formally notified the EU of our departure by triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. It was an historic day for our country and a significant milestone in our journey to freedom.

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The Crimean War, Then & Now

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This is a very interesting book that manages to be both a serious history of the Crimean War and a guide book to help those on holiday to find their way around the old battlefields and points of interest. The illustrations, mostly in full colour, provide a level of illustration not achieved before in this subject – Highly Recommended.


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Weekly news roundup – Brexit Britain betrayed in Brussels

If last Friday’s disastrous deal with the EU served as yet another reminder of Theresa May’s inadequacy, the treasonous vote in favour of a Parliamentary stranglehold over the Brexit process taught us how shamelessly desperate to thwart independence the majority of the political class is. May’s weakness is the least of our worries.

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A Breakthrough in Brexit Talks – But is it Good News?

PEESSS IN OUR TIME – thanks to this deal the EUSSR can PEESSS all over Britain whenever it pleases

Today is a momentous day in the Brexit negotiations. Very early this morning, Theresa May and David Davis travelled to Brussels to meet with Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker for the UK Government and the European Commission to reach an agreement on Phase 1 of the Brexit talks. An early morning tweet of an image of white smoke from EU official Martin Selmayr, was a sure sign of progress – but is it all good news for Brexit?

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