(LONDON) #Brexit Next Trade Deal Report: Due to this ‘ unprecedented situation ‘ the government is proposing a ‘ pay-as-you-go ‘ deadline arrangement on ending transition period and this would prevent paying the country paying billions to stay in the single market as EU naysayers keep bleet ing to extend #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.13: Government wants a pay-as-you-go Brexit as fears grow a trade deal is now impossible before December’s deadline: Ministers have refused to extend the transition period by two years and want month-by-month membership until an agreement has been reached:

Britain wants pay-as-you-go #Brexit as trade deal is ‘impossible’ before December’s deadline according to David Wooding, Sunday Political Editor

It would avoid paying billions to stay in the single market and keeping the UK tied to European law until the end of 2022: PM Boris Johnson had it written into law that Britain would leave after December 31, with or without a deal: With extensions into 2021 one month at a time, Britain would pay a proportion of an annual fee to keep trade barriers up:

A source said: “We’re determined to keep our promise: “There is no way we will commit to a long extension. But in case extra time is needed, we’ve offered to renew the period for a month at a time until the deal is signed and sealed “We want to avoid any further turbulence on both sides of the Channel — but we’re clear Britain has left.”

EU chiefs insist they must know by June if Britain is to seek an extension: Politicians on both sides fear cutting ties without a deal will deepen the chaos caused by Covid-19, which has cost the UK an estimated £50billion so far:

#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Apr.13: 2020:

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🍾 #NYE2019 – Happy New Year – ALL – Friends – Readers – Followers

Dear All,

Its been a real interesting year for our news with many of our reports being related protesting, hate crimes and of terrorism not to forget #Brexit and the surprise election result as we head for the ‘ Golden Age ‘ and everyone being told they will receive everything they WANT but l believe NOT what we NEED:

TO US: The peoples News & Views have become paramount wether its the #TRUTH OR FALSE NEWS …..that has enabled those that are in ‘ so-called ‘ power to get groups that are trying to change the political landscape in their own image but not for the ‘ GOOD OF ALL BUT FOR THE FEW THAT WANT TO BE CONTROLLERS ‘ hidden in the darkness of others:

Here at Ace News Services we make you promise for the next year and that is we will only print the truth on this site and leave you the readers to decide what you believe in your head or you ❤️

So may l wish all of you a ‘ Happy New Year ‘ and may the next decade be the best for you and yours now and forevermore God Bless Ian (Editor) #NYE2019

#GE2019 This is not a 3- party election or even a #Brexit Election this is a STOP BREXIT ELECTION AT ALL COSTS but their is skullduggery, fake news and hidden agendas as each party WANTS TO WIN AT ALL COSTS even it means a COALITION with any party that will join forces …But each should be aware by offering ALL it will one day all come to NOUGHT #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Dec.10: Editor says that its not what someone says that people should listen too but what they do not say …as those that speak with a ‘ forked tongue ‘ has nothing but bad intent in their heart ….but those that speak the truth will inherit the earth. Amen

IFTTT, [Dec 10, 2019 at 19:05] One in four people wrongly believe they need ID to vote at general election https://t.co/heUp22jQPr http://twitter.com/Independent/status/1204471599795200001 December 10, 2019 at 06:43PM

Local Media Reports: The main political party leaders are continuing to push their election pledges to voters, as the campaign enters its final few day: Conservative leader Boris Johnson says in an open letter that Thursday’s poll is “historic” and a choice to “move forwards” after #Brexit: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said it was a “chance to vote for hope” and he had “the most ambitious plan to transform our country in decades”.

The UK goes to the polls on Thursday: Ahead of this, the candidates are travelling around the country in a bid to spread their election messages: Among the manifesto pledges being highlighted by the main UK parties on Sunday are: 

General election 2019: Parties in final campaign push as poll nears

Jo Swinson, Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola SturgeonPA Media, Reuters, AFP

  • A Conservative promise to introduce an Australian-style points-based immigration system to control unskilled migration
  • A Labour plan to “head off the social care crisis” by offering free personal care for older people in England and an additional £10bn of funds by 2023-24
  • A “regional rebalancing” programme from the Lib Dems, which would see £50bn invested in infrastructure outside of London

Meanwhile, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon is warning that “the very future of Scotland” is at stake in the election.

She is appealing to voters to back her party “to escape Brexit, protect the NHS, and to put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands”.

And Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson told Sky News her party was looking to make “real progress” by increasing its number of MPs on Thursday: She added: “We will be absolutely working to stop Brexit, doing so in a co-operative way with others who share our values and share that goal.”

In his letter to voters published in the Mail on Sunday, Mr Johnson says the election will be one that “shapes future decades”, urging voters to create a “working Conservative majority government that will get Brexit done, end the uncertainty and allow Britain to move on”

#AceNewsDesk reports ………….Published: Dec.10: 2019: Read Full U.K. Election Report Here: Ace Daily News, [Dec 10, 2019 at 20:56] https://t.me/acenewsdaily/206846 via Ace Worldwide News Group https://ift.tt/2sibR4w

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(LONDON) #Brexit Deal Or NO Deal LATEST: The more that Britain tries to get the EU to accept a deal the more they block their way ….with Northern Ireland using the backstop as a way to keep themselves aligned with EU and prevent a deal but ‘ blaming Britain as always: So its heading for a NO DEAL Gov.UK link provided #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Oct.08: Britain sought on Tuesday to ease concerns about leaving the European Union without a deal, publishing a raft of contingency plans which included a new advice service to help suppliers of medical goods: With just 23 days before the United Kingdom is due to leave the bloc, the future of Brexit remains deeply uncertain and both London and Brussels are positioning themselves to avoid blame for a delay or a disorderly no-deal #Brexit.

Get ready for Brexit on 31 October 2019: check what you need to do
// Activity on GOV.UK ……………….Use this checker to find out what you or your business will need to do to prepare for Brexit.

Britain’s parliament, where a majority of lawmakers have tried to prevent a no-deal Brexit, has demanded an update on the government’s efforts to try to mitigate the disruption that leaving without a deal is expected to cause: The government published an update to those plans on Tuesday in a 155-page document entitled “No-Deal Readiness Report” which covered steps taken on key issues like borders, citizens’ rights, energy, industry and Northern Ireland.

“At every point, the government will be candid about the challenges ahead as well as clear-eyed about the opportunities,” said Michael Gove, the minister in charge of preparations: “Together, government, businesses and citizens can work to get ready for Brexit – and look forward to the future with confidence.”

Previously leaked documents have highlighted the potential for civil unrest, and food, fuel and medicine shortages in the event of no-deal – although the government at the time said those represented an outdated worst-case scenario, which they have tried to address: Tuesday’s document, which largely covered previously announced contingency measures and advice to businesses and consumers, set out the establishment of a new “Support Unit” to help suppliers of medical goods prepare.

“This will help to ensure that companies have the necessary customs paperwork in place for border arrangements ahead of Brexit on 31 October, if we leave without a deal,” the plans said: “These teams of specialists will be able to provide traders operating in the health and social care sector with up-to-date advice and practical guidance on the steps they need to take to prepare.”

#AceNewsDesk reports …………….Published: Oct.08: 2019:

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(LONDON) #Brexit Deal NO Deal Latest: The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Boris Johnson’s dec ision to shut down parliament in the run-up to Brexit was unlawful, but a defiant prime minister said he disagreed and vowed that Britain would leave the EU by Oct. 31, come what may and prorogue parliament #AceNewsD esk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.24: The stinging judgment by all 11 of the court’s sitting justices undermines Johnson’s already fragile grip on power and gives legislators more scope to try to stop him taking Britain out of the bloc next month, with or without a divorce deal: Responding in New York to the judgment, which said that the suspension was null and void, Johnson said he would respect the ruling but “strongly disagreed” with it, making clear the setback would make no difference to his Brexit agenda.

The Supreme Court ruling, the most important constitutional legal ruling in decades, was a blistering rebuke of Johnson’s actions: “The decision to advise Her Majesty to prorogue parliament was unlawful because it had the effect of frustrating or preventing the ability of parliament to carry out its constitutional functions without reasonable justification,” Supreme Court President Brenda Hale said.

The ruling said Johnson had not given any reason – “let alone a good reason” – for suspending the legislature for five weeks, an act which had had an “extreme” effect on the fundamentals of British democracy: “The prime minister’s advice to Her Majesty was unlawful, void and of no effect,” said Hale, adding that parliament was therefore not suspended and it was up to the speakers of parliament’s two chambers to decide what to do next. Opposition leaders called on Johnson to resign immediately for misleading Queen Elizabeth, who had officially suspended parliament on his advice:

A source in his office said the prime minister would not resign and Johnson, in his first public comments on the landmark ruling, appeared unrepentant: “As the law currently stands, the UK leaves the EU on October 31st come what may but the exciting thing for us now is to get a good deal — and that is what we are working on,” he told reporters: “And to be honest it is not made much easier by this kind of stuff in parliament or in the courts,” he added.

Parliament Would Resume: London, the speaker of the House of Commons said the lower house of Britain’s two-chamber parliament would reconvene at 11:30 a.m. (1030 GMT) on Wednesday: Johnson, who has no majority in the chamber and suffered repeated defeats there before the suspension, argued the move was normal while a new legislative agenda, known as the Queen’s Speech, was prepared: Critics said he had shut down parliament in order to prevent further reverses: A rebel alliance of opposition lawmakers and some from his own Conservative Party had forced through a law requiring Johnson to ask the EU to delay Brexit by three months if no deal was agreed by Oct. 19.

Asked how he planned to overcome that obstacle, Johnson ignored the question and repeated his view that an Oct. 31 exit was the legal default: The source in Johnson’s office said the prime minister would return to Britain after giving a speech at the United Nations later in the day: “This evening he will be flying back overnight to the UK and there will be a cabinet call today while the PM is in New York,” the source said.

A spokeswoman for the opposition Labour Party declined to comment on whether it would put forward a motion of no confidence to seek to bring down Johnson’s government:

More People VS Parliament ……….More than three years after the United Kingdom voted by 52%-48% in a referendum to leave the European Union, the country remains deeply divided and the #Brexit process has become mired in confusion, with options ranging from a turbulent no-deal exit to abandoning the entire endeavour.

In his comments in New York, Johnson sought to portray the court ruling as the latest attempt by Brexit opponents to thwart the will of the people as expressed in the 2016 referendum: “Let’s be in no doubt there are a lot of people who want to frustrate Brexit. There are a lot of people who want to stop this country coming out of the EU,” he said.

Johnson’s critics say that such language, pitting parliament and the independent judiciary against the voters, is divisive and dangerous for British democracy: The Supreme Court had repeatedly made it clear that it was passing no judgment on the pros and cons of Brexit, but rather was deciding a narrow legal point on whether or not the prime minister’s advice to the queen was unlawful.

Buckingham Palace declined to comment…………..

In financial markets, sterling GBP initially hit a day’s high of $1.2479 after the ruling before falling back to stand at $1.2454 at 1045 GMT, up 0.2% on the day and only slightly stronger than before the court decision.

#AceNewsDesk reports ………………..Published: Sept.24: 2019: Reuters: Writing by Guy Faulconbridge; Additional reporting by Kylie MacLellan in New York; Editing by Kevin Liffey and Jon Boyle

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(LONDON) #BrexitNODeal Latest: #Brexit party’s Farage offer to Tories to give up 80-90 districts in election deal – reports @Nigel_Farage and he has outlined details of his offer to Boris Johnson, according to The Sun newspaper on Wednesday #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.11: Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has outlined details of his offer to the UK prime minister and Conservatives leader, Boris Johnson, The Sun newspaper reported on Wednesday: The offer stipulated that Johnson ensures a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union and the Tories gives up 80-90 constituencies in the upcoming election in exchange for the anti-EU party refraining from nominating rivals to the incumbent Tory parliamentarians and in some other target constituencies, The Sun newspaper reported on Wednesday.

According to the newspaper, the offer was conveyed to Johnson by senior Tory officials after information about the talks became public. In the offer, Farage urged Johnson to give up only those election districts where either the Brexit Party or the UK Independence Party (UKIP), formerly led by Farage, finished second to Labour rivals in the previous elections: These districts are mainly located in South Wales, the Midlands and the North East, and Farage expects to win “40 to 50” of them.

UKIP, then headed by Farage, was at the forefront of the struggle for Brexit during the 2016 referendum on withdrawing the United Kingdom from the European Union: However, the party lost its positions after the vote and Farage’s decision to leave it. Currently, Farage is heading the Brexit Party, which is also campaigning for leaving the bloc without a deal.

The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in 2016 but the withdrawal was delayed several times: After then-Prime Minister Theresa May failed to come up with an acceptable plan to leave the bloc by March 29 of this year, the deadline was moved to October 31. Since the beginning of his tenure, Johnson promised that the United Kingdom would withdraw from the bloc with or without a deal.

#Brexit party’s Farage offers Tories to give up 80-90 districts in election deal – reports @Nigel_Farage — Sputnik (@SputnikInt) September 11, 2019

#AceNewsDesk reports ………..Published: Sept.11: 2019:

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(LONDON) #BrexitNODeal LATEST: House of Lords approves bill to block no-deal Brexit BUT ONLY AFTER THIS HAPPENED: Earlier peers rejected 268-47 a bid to remove an amendment included in the Commons, paving the way for MPs to debate Theresa May’s final Brexit deal during an extension of EU membership into January: The amendment, tabled by Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, was only passed by default because tellers for those voting against it were not put forward #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.06: A law which will make a no-deal #Brexit illegal without parliamentary approval has been passed by the House of Lords: The bill will require Boris Johnson to ask Brussels for an Article 50 extension, allowing the UK to stay in the European Union until January 31: It spells a humiliating blow for the Prime Minister, who pledged to take the country out of the EU by Halloween: The European Union (Withdrawal) (No. 6) will require Brexit to be delayed unless a divorce deal is approved or if Parliament agrees to a no-deal Brexit by October 19: It sailed through its final stages in the Lords without any amendments being made and is now expected to receive royal assent on Monday to become law MetroUK reported.
House of Lords and Boris Johnson
The bill is set to become law by Monday, scuppering Boris Johnson’s ‘do or die’ Brexit pledge (Picture: AFP/Getty)

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has previously labelled it the ‘surrender bill’ and claimed it takes away control of the UK’s negotiations with the EU by allowing Parliament to block no-deal: Closing the debate in the Lords, Brexit minister Lord Callanan said the bill brought ‘delay and uncertainty’ and undermined the government’s efforts to negotiate the Withdrawal Agreement: But he assured peers the legislation would be presented for royal assent.

He added: ‘This Bill is about seriously undermining negotiations that could achieve a deal before October 31, frustrating the referendum result and stopping Brexit.’……Earlier peers rejected 268-47 a bid to remove an amendment included in the Commons, paving the way for MPs to debate Theresa May’s final Brexit deal during an extension of EU membership into January…….The amendment, tabled by Labour MP Stephen Kinnock, was only passed by default because tellers for those voting against it were not put forward: Tory peers argued this was a mistake which should be corrected to make clear and effective law.

Lord Callanan said the amendment was ‘confusingly drafted’ and ‘legally inoperable’……………………….For the Opposition, Lord Goldsmith said it did no harm to keep it in the bill because there was not time to send it back to the Commons for further consideration due to ‘guillotine of prorogation’ set off by the Prime Minister after declaring he would suspend Parliament for five weeks in mid-September: An amendment by Conservative peer Lord True to prevent the legislation coming into force until a general election is held this year was rejected by 283 votes to 28.

Lord True had argued: ‘How many more times must the British people be asked to take a delay?……………….‘How much more must they take from those who want this country to remain and want it to stop?………………‘I think there will be a limit to the tolerance of many people in this country and I beseech all those involved to allow the cleansing balm of a general election to allow all those, whatever their views, to put their case to the people.’…………..Labour described Lord True’s proposal as a ‘wrecking amendment’ and successfully led the opposition to it.

#AceNewsDesk reports ……………..Published: Sept.06: 2019:

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(LONDON) #Brexit Press Statement: Today we are launching our new public information campaign, ‘Get Ready for Brexit’, which will run across television, social media, billboards and other platforms som e of the actions required include #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Sept.02: Government research shows that only 50% of the population think it’s likely the UK will leave the EU on 31 October, 42% of small-to-medium sized businesses are unsure of how they can get ready and just 31% of the British public have looked for information on how to prepare for #Brexit.

The campaign will tackle this head on by setting out what all members of the public and business owners might need to do, if anything, to get ready to leave the EU on 31 October: Audiences including UK citizens intending to travel to Europe and all exporters to the EU will be targeted, alongside groups requiring particular information such as the equine industry and legal professions.

Some of the key actions audiences need to take include:

  • Acquiring an Economic Operator Registration and Identification number to export to the EU. Businesses that are VAT registered will automatically issued an EORI number, but micro businesses still need to register themselves.
  • Obtaining the correct documents to transport goods at the border.
  • Applying for the vital support packages available for businesses, such as grants.

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove said:

Ensuring an orderly Brexit is not only a matter of national importance, but a shared responsibility.

This campaign will encourage the country to come together to Get Ready for Brexit on 31 October.

Advertising accompanied with targeted road shows and events will drive people to GOV.UK, which has a new checker tool so audiences can identify what they need to do to get ready for Brexit quickly: There will be how to videos and step by step guides – so whether you are a small business owner, haulier or EU citizen residing in the UK – the actions you need to take to prepare will be clear and simple.

#AceNewsDesk reports …………..Published: Sept.02: 2019: Cabinet Office

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(LONDON) Tory Leadership Challenge Latest Report: New PM to be chosen on July.23: Will it be Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt as timeline of events are released up to Oct.31: Or (All Saints Day ) Next? All Souls Day ? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – June.25: Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt will be announced as Britain’s new prime minister on Tuesday July 23, the Conservative Party said on Tuesday: https://t.me/reuters_news/87804: Britain is due to appoint a new prime minister and attempt to renegotiate the terms of its #Brexit deal, all before Oct. 31, when it is scheduled to leave the European Union.

What are the key dates between now and Brexit day?

The ruling Conservative Party are in the process of selecting a new leader, who will replace Theresa May as prime minister and head of the party: There are two candidates for the job: Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson: The winner will be selected by a postal ballot of around 160,000 Conservative Party members.

JULY 6 – 8 – Members receive ballot papers

JUNE 22 – JULY 17 – Candidates attend 16 regional hustings events in which party members will be able to ask them questions.

JULY 23 – The new leader will be announced.

PARLIAMENT

The new prime minister could face an immediate test of their ability to govern. The opposition Labour Party could bring forward a motion of no confidence. To survive, the prime minister would need to win a vote in parliament.

If a government lost a vote of confidence, there are 14 days in which a government can try to win another vote of confidence or an election is triggered.

JULY 25 – Parliament is due to break up for its summer recess. If a no confidence motion were to be brought, it would have to happen on, or before, this day.

SEPT. 3 – Parliament is scheduled to resume for a short session which typically lasts around two weeks before there is another break while the parties hold their annual conferences. The exact length of this session has not been announced.

SEPT. 21 -25 – The opposition Labour Party holds it annual conference.

SEPT. 29 to OCT. 2 – The Conservative Party holds it annual conference.

EARLY/MID-OCTOBER – Parliament resumes following the party conferences. The exact dates for this session have not been announced.

Under existing British law, any new Brexit deal would need approval by parliament before it can be ratified.

OCT. 31 – Britain is due to leave the European Union.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………..Published: June.25: 2019: Reporting by William James; editing by Guy Faulconbridge

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(LONDON) #Brexit NOW ! The Commons voted on four motions for leaving the EU, including a customs union and a Norway-style arrangement – keeping the UK in the single market – but none gained a majority: As part of ANY CONTRACT IS AGREE from the word AGREEMENT and with everyone WANTING for themselves and not NEEDING for the people who voted to LEAVE we say NEXT ? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.01: Theresa May is holding a mass meeting with some of the 170 Conservative MPs who signed a letter to her demanding the UK leaves the EU on April 12 ‘with or without a deal’. MPs have been sent text messages – seen by The Telegraph – asking them to be ready to meet Mrs May Ace Newsroom Live http://bitly.com/2I5xQ4c

MPs have again failed to agree on proposals on the next steps for #Brexit: The votes were not legally binding, so the government would not have been forced to adopt the proposals.

Following the failure of his own motion to stay in the Single Market – known as Common Market 2.0 – Nick Boles resigned from the Conservative Party: In a point of order following the results, the MP for Grantham and Stamford said he could “no longer sit for this party”, adding: “I have done everything I can to find a compromise.”As he left the Commons, MPs were heard shouting, “don’t go Nick”, and others applauded him.

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay said the “only option” left was to find a way forward that allows the UK to leave the EU with a deal: “The government continues to believe that the best course of action is to do so as soon as possible,” he said……..”If the House is able to pass a deal this week it may still be possible to avoid holding European elections.”

The results of the votes were:

  • Motion C: Committing the government to negotiating “a permanent and comprehensive UK-wide customs union with the EU” as part of any Brexit deal – proposed by Tory former chancellor Ken Clarke – lost by 273 votes for to 276 votes against
  • Motion D: Referred to as Common Market 2.0, this option would mean joining the European Free Trade Association and European Economic Area – proposed by Tory MP Nick Boles – lost by 261 votes for to 282 votes against
  • Motion E: This is for a confirmatory referendum, giving the public a vote to approve any Brexit deal passed by Parliament before it can be implemented – proposed by Labour MPs Peter Kyle and Phil Wilson – lost by 280 votes for to 292 votes against
  • Motion G: The motion aims to prevent the UK leaving without a deal, including a vote on whether to revoke Article 50 – stopping Brexit – if the EU does not agree to an extension – proposed by the SNP’s Joanna Cherry – lost by 191 votes for to 292 votes against

AceNewsDesk report………Published: Apr.01:2019:

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(DAVOS, Switzerland.) As the world’s financial and political elites prepare to convene here in the Swiss Alps for the WEF their vision of ever-closer commercial and political ties is under attack — an d the economic outlook is darkening.Britain’s political system has been thrown into chaos as the country negotiates a messy divorce from the EU as others wait in the wings #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Jan.21: Editor says after a massive year of change …… the rich and so called influential leaders are planning to meet, greet and eat the finest food and drink the most expensive champagne but times are changing and they only got rich from the people and capitalism and with ever burgeoning debt and people protests daily they can no longer just rely on consumerism and peoples will to vote in leaders that are both corrupt and corruptible and must learn to understand that equality means everyone not just the few #AceNewsDesk reports


Under President Donald Trump, the United States is imposing trade sanctions on friend and foe alike, and the government is paralyzed by a partial shutdown over immigration policy that forced Trump and a high-level U.S. delegation to cancel the trip to Davos: A year after getting a standing ovation from the elites at Davos, French President Emmanuel Macron is sinking in the polls as he contends with “yellow vest” protesters who have taken to the streets to call for higher wages and fairer pensions. Nationalist political movements are gaining strength across Europe.

And the economic backdrop is worrying: experts are downgrading their forecasts for global growth this year amid rising interest rates and tensions over trade.“Judging by the state of the world right now 10 years on from the financial crisis, and the dysfunctional state of global politics I would suggest that these annual events have achieved the sum total of diddly squat,” said Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets UK: The collective worries have sent a shudder through global financial markets: The Dow Jones industrial average is down nearly 9 percent from Oct. 3.David Dollar, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institute, said the buckling market “represents a lot of anxiety that we’re seeing from the corporate elite who meet at Davos.”How times have changed.For most of the past quarter century, the worldview symbolised by the World Economic Forum — of ever-freer world trade and closer ties between countries — had dominated. ………………Then came a backlash from Americans and Europeans whose jobs were threatened by low-wage competition from countries like China and who felt alienated at home by wealth inequality and immigration.In 2016, U.S. voters elected Trump, who advocated restricting immigration and scaling back free trade, and the British chose to leave the EU.“The winners from globalization have had the megaphone,” said Paul Sheard, a senior fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government at Harvard University’s Kennedy School. “…………….The losers have been somewhat silent, but now are starting to express themselves through the ballot box and through the political process.”

The Davos confab has always been vulnerable to snark: hedge fund billionaires flying into Davos in fuel-guzzling private jets to discuss the threat of climate change; millionaire CEOs discussing inequality while downing cocktails; endless conversations between people who describe themselves as “thought leaders.”First among them, perhaps, is WEF founder Klaus Schwab. In an interview Sunday, he stressed the need for more global, “forward-looking” cooperation and a “human-centered” approach to technology as populism feeds on fears of a possible economic downturn in many parts of the globe.Globalization produced millions of “winners” over the years, but also “has left certain people behind,” Schwab said at the Davos conference center, where his teams gave pre-event tours to delegations ahead of the formal start on Tuesday.“In the age of social media, you cannot afford any more to leave anyone behind,” he said.

Access to the elite gathering, for businesspeople anyway, doesn’t come cheap: It requires WEF membership, which starts at 60,000 Swiss francs ($60,259) and rises up to the “Strategic Partner” level at 600,000 ($602,605). Getting into the Davos event requires an invitation and an extra fee, which WEF spokesman Oliver Cann said is 27,000 francs ($27,117) per person.That’s just for corporate chieftains. Civil society, non-governmental groups, U.N. leaders and governmental officials don’t pay they get in free

#AceNewsDesk report ………Published: January.21: 2019: From #Brexit deadlock to Davos no-shows, here are five world markets themes for the week ahead: https://t.co/95Zlf7w7xf Keep up with latest from #wef19: https://t.co/mj2k0M6cMg #ReutersDavos https://t.co/ovLxpXkvbQ January 21, 2019 at 12:58AM

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(LONDON) JUST IN: #Brexit NOW it’s a NO Deal after lawmakers voted 432-202 to reject Brexit and then Labours Corbyn calls for a vote of no confidence in the government weeks after her own party voted to retai n her as leader for the next 12-months: Any contract needs a backstop pardon the pun and these so called law makers have no idea… Next? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Jan.15: Editor says here’s what we know …………U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has lost a crucial vote on her #Brexit plans in the House of Commons, the U.K.’s lower house of parliament: May lost by 230 votes after lawmakers voted by 432 to 202 to reject the deal #AceNewsDesk reports

Lawmakers from different political parties rejected the proposed Withdrawal Agreement, currently the only deal agreed with the European Union on how Britain should exit the bloc in March of this year: As soon as the vote was cast, May stood to tell lawmakers that tonight’s vote showed nothing about what Parliament supports.

Her deal with Europe is seen by some as a sell-out to the ideals of Brexit, reducing Britain’s influence while staying within many of the EU’s rules: And many of those who oppose Brexit didn’t like the deal either. They have argued that it will reduce Britain’s ease of trade with the world, repel global talent, and increase the cost of living.

The result creates a political vacuum in the Brexit process, with no firm certainty as to what might happen next: Potential outcomes range from a revised attempt by May to force her plan through, a second Brexit referendum or even a General Election.

An earlier amendment to the Brexit deal, giving the U.K the right to exit the backstop unilaterally was heavily defeated by 600 votes to 24: In a final statement to Parliament prior to the vote, May had urged lawmakers to back her deal or risk further division across the country.

On June 23, 2016, voters in the U.K. favored leaving the EU by 51.9 percent. The U.K. is legally set to leave the political and trading bloc on March 29:

Following the heavy defeat, the pound gyrated briefly below $1.27 before recovering. Sterling had been sitting near session lows at $1.273 prior to the vote.

What was the vote? …………….Tuesday’s vote in the House of Commons was termed the “Meaningful Vote” and granted lawmakers to have their say on the terms of Brexit that the EU and British government have already agreed.

It was only granted to U.K. lawmakers after British businesswoman Gina Miller won a 2016 court case in the High Court of Justice, demanding that Parliament must have a say.

#AceNewsDesk report …………….Corbyn tables no confidence vote in May’s Tory govt This story is developing. Please check back for updates……Published: January.15:2019:

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(LONDON) #Brexit NO Deal is the DEAL Tory Business Government Plans to Protect English Channel against all invaders by spending £100-million of taxpayers money on chartered ferries from ‘ Private Companies ‘ DOT Has awarded WITHOUT TENDER three contracts French and Danish EU members worth £108-million …….. Do you get it now ? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Dec. 29: Editor says did you ever seriously believe by electing a Tory government that they would not support ‘ Business and Private Companies ‘ first and last? This #Brexit Deal is to get people to follow and vote like sheep and in the wings is the real NO DEAL allowing this government to introduce any laws and rules and regulations that those that shout the loudest will be given by using ‘ Third Party Contracts ‘ paid for by taxpayers to more people like G4s and Capita allowing this government to put in place #BrexitMeansBrexit by applying #Leave Does NOT Mean Leave here’s one example #AceNewsDesk reports

The British government will spend more than 100 million pounds chartering extra sea ferries to ease cross-Channel congestion if the United Kingdom fails to secure a trade deal before leaving the European Union next year: Just three months before the United Kingdom is due to leave the world’s largest bloc, the risk of a no-deal Brexit is rising — the nightmare scenario for many businesses, which are now planning for an economic shock.

Extra ships will be needed to work new routes across the Channel in the event that the main French terminal of Calais and Britain’s Dover and Folkestone are clogged up by customs checks: Currently, Britain’s membership of the EU means that trucks drive smoothly through border checks within the bloc. But in a no-deal Brexit, even a few minutes’ delay at customs for each truck would be likely to mean vehicles backing up at ports and queuing on feeder roads on both sides of the Channel.

To ease a potential backlog, the government has awarded three contracts to provide additional freight capacity on routes from English south-coast ports including Poole, Portsmouth and Plymouth:They comprise one worth 47 million pounds with the French firm Brittany Ferries, a 47 million pound deal with the Danish shipping company DFDS and a 14 million pound contract with Seaborne Freight.

The leader of the opposition Liberal Democrat party, Vince Cable, called the move “complete madness” and said public money was being spent recklessly in a last-minute bid to prepare for a no-deal outcome:

The contracts were not put out to tender. The Department for Transport said it was responding to a “situation of extreme urgency” brought about by “unforeseeable events”. About 16,000 trucks pass between Dover and Calais every day, transporting everything from perishable food to medicines and the industrial goods needed to keep factories running…………..“This extra capacity is a small but important element of the DfT’s no-deal planning,” the Department for Transport said in a statement. “While remaining committed to working to ensure a deal is reached, the department is helping ensure the rest of government are fully prepared for a range of scenarios.”

Earlier this month, the government announced that all government departments must step up planning for a no-deal Brexit, including putting 3,500 armed forces personnel on standby to deal with any disruption.

Source: Reuters.Com/ Published: December.29:2018: Reporting By Andrew MacAskill; Editing by Kevin Liffey

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(LONDON) #Brexit Latest: PM Theresa May survived a vote of confidence of 200-117 in her leadership of her party Wednesday, but not until after she reportedly promised she would step down before the next general election or was it to prevent Labour or the other radicals calling for it ? Here’s what we know as she ’s off to Brussels again more later #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Dec.13: British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a vote of no-confidence within her Conservative Party over her plan for Brexit; Greg Palkot reports from London: A leadership vote had been triggered after 48 Conservative Party MPs had written letters expressing no confidence in her leadership — 15 percent of the party’s members in the Commons. But the vote of the broader bloc of Tory MPs went in her favor — with 200 MPs backing her and 117 against #AceNewsDesk reports

The victory means not only that May holds onto power, but also that now she cannot be formally challenged by her own party for a year: May had faced furious criticism from members of her own party for her handling of Britain’s departure from the European Union — from which the U.K. is set to depart in March 2019. A number of Cabinet members, including Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and two Brexit secretaries, have resigned this year over her handling of the negotiations.

The Times of London reported that May told Tories that she would not fight the next election, currently scheduled to be held in 2022. This appears to be a concession to her critics, and indicates that she may step down after the U.K. begins its departure from the E.U. in March………………..But she had told reporters ahead of the vote on Wednesday that she would “contest that vote with everything I’ve got.” ……………..“A change in leadership will put our country’s future at risk and create uncertainty when we can least afford it,” she said outside 10 Downing Street. She also warned members of her party that voting her out could lead to no Brexit and hand power to the opposition Labour Party.

May became prime minister in 2016 after winning a leadership race after the resignation of former Prime Minister David Cameron in the wake of the Brexit referendum. May, who supported the campaign for Britain to remain in the E.U., has seen her time in office overshadowed by the question of Brexit as she has sought to keep her own party happy while also negotiating a deal with European leaders………..A vote on the deal she negotiated with Brussels was shelved this week as she admitted she did not have the votes to get the deal through Parliament, leading to lawmakers from all sides ramping up its criticism of May’s handling of Brexit.

Brexiteers in particular have complained that a “backstop” agreement on the Irish border included in the deal — to avoid a “hard border” between Ireland and Northern Ireland — means that her deal would keep Britain tied to a customs union with the E.U. if no trade deal can be made:There are fears that, without a clear mechanism to withdraw from that backstop by itself, Britain would be left in a “Hotel California” Brexit — a reference to The Eagles song that describes a hotel from which you can check out, but never leave.

Even though May survived the vote, she still has some daunting months ahead. It is far from clear, whenever the vote on the divorce deal takes place, whether it will pass That in turn would spark calls from opposition MPs for May to call a general election. Some pro-Remain figures also have called for a second referendum, this time on the deal itself. May so far has ruled out such a vote.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she will “get on with the job of delivering #Brexit” after surviving a #ConfidenceVote by members of her Conservative party: http://bbc.in/2EqvLyZ

Source: Fox News – The Times London – BBC News Published: December.13: 2018:

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(LONDON) #Brexit Latest: Theresa May is pulling a parliamentary vote set for Tuesday on her deal, the BBC reported, after EU top court ruled Britain can reverse its decision to leave with others member states agreement and EU executive said on Monday it would not renegotiate its agreement sealed with Theresa May in discussions with Juncker and other leaders on Sunday …. So what’s next ? #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Dec.10: Theresa May will update her cabinet team of ministers on Monday to update them on #Brexit after she spoke to several other European leaders over the weekend, her spokeswoman said: Earlier, local media reported that May had asked her ministers to get ready for a conference call, leading some to suggest that she was planning to delay parliament’s vote on her Brexit deal on Tuesday #AceNewsDesk reports

The European Union’s top court ruled on Monday that the British government may reverse its decision to leave the bloc without consulting other member states in a decision welcomed by those campaigning to stop Brexit: In an emergency judgment delivered just a day before the British parliament is due to vote on a Brexit deal agreed with the EU by Prime Minister Theresa May, the Court of Justice (ECJ) said: “The United Kingdom is free to revoke unilaterally the notification of its intention to withdraw from the EU.” ………………..The ruling is in line with an opinion delivered last week by a Court legal adviser. That had boosted the hopes of British Brexit opponents that a new referendum could be held that would prevent Britain’s scheduled departure on March 29, 2019.

The European Union’s executive said on Monday it would not renegotiate its Brexit agreement sealed with British Prime Minister Theresa May: “We have an agreement on the table,” a spokeswoman for the European Commission told reporters, recalling a position expressed by President Jean-Claude Juncker. “We will not renegotiate.” ……..A day before the UK parliament could vote down May’s Brexit deal, the spokeswoman said the bloc was ready for “all scenarios”. She added that Juncker spoke by telephone with May on Sunday.

Published: December.10: 2018:

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(LONDON) #Brexit Latest: Are we there yet? Three defeats on proposals against a woman who VOTED TO REMAIN in the EU and then said #Brexit Means Brexit BUT NOT Leave Means Leave if you WANT to WIN the War YOU First Have to Lose the Battle and have many people to Blame … So MPs approve amendment which aims to give Commons greater say should #Brexit deal be defeated in vote on 11 December #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Dec.05: Editor says here’s what we know of the votes and position so far ………… As media now compare this to ROUNDHEADS and CAVALIERS fighting it out ………………. Theresa May has suffered three Brexit defeats in the Commons as she set out to sell her EU deal to sceptical MPs: Ministers have agreed to publish the government’s full legal advice on the deal after MPs found them in contempt of Parliament for issuing a summary. ……..And MPs backed calls for the Commons to have a direct say in what happens if the PM’s deal is rejected next Tuesday………………….Mrs May said MPs had a duty to deliver on the 2016 Brexit vote and the deal on offer was an “honourable compromise”………….She was addressing the Commons at the start of a five-day debate on her proposed agreement on the terms of the UK’s withdrawal and future relations with the EU………..The agreement has been endorsed by EU leaders but must also be backed by the UK Parliament if it is to come into force. MPs will decide whether to reject or accept it on Tuesday 11 December…………Mrs May said Brexit divisions had become “corrosive” to UK politics and the public believed the issue had “gone on long enough” and must be resolved.

In other Brexit-related developments:

Colleagues congratulate Theresa May on her Commons speechPA

The BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg

The prime minister has had a terrible day today as the government made history in two excruciating ways.

Ministers were found to be in contempt of Parliament – a very serious telling off – and the government had a hat trick of defeats – the first time since the 1970s that’s happened.

As you’d expect too, MP after MP after MP rose after Theresa May’s remarks to slam her deal as Tory divisions were played out on the green benches, with harsh words exchanged.

But in this topsy-turvy world, the overall outcome of the day for Mrs May’s big test a week tonight might have been not all bad.

What was the legal advice row?

Attorney General Geoffrey CoxPAThe attorney general said his full advice to ministers should remain confidential

By 311 votes to 293, the Commons supported a motion demanding full disclosure of the legal advice given to cabinet before the Brexit deal was agreed.

The move was backed by six opposition parties, including Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party which has a parliamentary pact with the Conservatives. 

It came after Attorney General Geoffrey Cox published a summary of the advice on Monday and answered MPs questions for three hours – but argued that full publication would not be in the national interest.

After Labour demanded the advice should be released ahead of next Tuesday’s key vote on Mrs May’s deal, Commons Speaker John Bercow said it was “unimaginable” this would not happen.

In response, Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom said she would “respond” on Wednesday, but would ask the Commons Privileges Committee to consider the constitutional repercussions.

BBC political correspondent Leila Nathoo explains how things unfolded

An attempt by ministers to refer the whole issue, including the government’s conduct, to the committee of MPs was earlier defeated by four votes. 

The privileges committee will now decide which ministers should be held accountable and what sanction to apply, with options ranging from a reprimand to the more unlikely scenario of a minister being suspended from the Commons. 

Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable said the result left the government “on the ropes”, adding: “Theresa May’s majority has evaporated, and the credibility of her deal is evaporating with it.”

MPs seek to influence Brexit process

The prime minister suffered a further setback on Tuesday as MPs backed, by 321 votes to 299, changes to the parliamentary process should the Commons vote down her deal next week.

If that happens, the government has 21 days in which to return to the House and set out what it plans to do next.

Tuesday’s vote, in which 26 Tory MPs rebelled, could potentially tilt the balance of power between government and Parliament if, as expected, MPs push for a “Plan B” alternative to Mrs May’s deal and also seek to prevent any chance of a no-deal exit. 

Mr Grieve, who has expressed support for another Brexit referendum, told Channel 4 News he was not seeking to “guarantee a particular outcome” if Mrs May’s deal went down.

But he said it would “allow the UK time to consider its options”, including potentially re-starting negotiations with the EU or giving the public the final say.

What did the PM say?

Theresa May: “Worth taking a moment to reflect on how we got here.”

As she sought the backing of the Commons for her Brexit deal, the prime minister said she was confident the UK would enjoy a “better future” outside the European Union.

She said the “honourable compromise” on offer was “not the one-way street” many had portrayed it to be and that the EU had made it clear that the agreement would not be improved on.

“I never said this deal was perfect, it was never going to be. That is the nature of a negotiation,” she said.

“We should not let the search for a perfect Brexit prevent a good Brexit… I promise you today that this is the very best deal for the British people and I ask you to back it in the best interest of our constituents and our country.”

And what about her critics?

But Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said it was a bad deal for the UK and Labour would seek a vote of no confidence in Mrs May if she could not get it through Parliament. 

“This House will make its decision next Tuesday,” he said. “I hope and expect this House will reject that deal.

“At that point, the government has lost the confidence of the House. Either they have to get a better deal from the EU or give way to those who will.”

Not everyone agreed with Boris Johnson’s analysis of the Brexit deal…

Nigel Dodds, the leader of the DUP in Westminster, said the agreement “falls short” of delivering Brexit “as one United Kingdom” and would mean entering “a twilight world where the EU is given unprecedented powers over the UK”.

“We would have to rely on the goodwill of others to ever leave this arrangement,” he said.

“So… the UK’s future as a strong and independent global trading nation standing together is in real and imminent jeopardy – an outcome that doesn’t honour the referendum or take back control of our laws, our money and our borders.”

Ex-Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson dismissed the deal as a “paint and plaster pseudo-Brexit” and said its supporters would be “turning their backs” on the 17.4 million Leave voters.

“If we try to cheat them now, as I fear we are, they will spot it and will never forgive us,” he said. 

‘Moment of self-harm’

The leader of the SNP in Westminster, Ian Blackford, said beneath the “theatre” of the past few months was the “cold, hard truth” that this deal was “a moment of self-harm in our history”. 

He said it was “difficult” and “a real sorrow” to even respond to a motion that could see the UK leave the EU – an institution that he called the “greatest peace project in our lifetime”. 

“It is not too late to turn back. Fundamentally, there is no option that is going to be better for our economy, jobs, and for our communities than staying in the European Union.

“And it is the height of irresponsibility of any government to bring forward a proposition that is going to make its people poorer.”

However, in closing the debate shortly after 01:00 GMT on Wednesday, Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay argued the deal would bring “real changes which will improve the livelihoods of people up and down the country”.

“This deal is a choice between the certainty of continued co-operation or the potentially damaging fracture of no deal, or indeed the instability of a second referendum vote,” he said.

“Rejecting this deal would create even more uncertainty at a time when we owe it to our constituents to show clarity and conviction.”

Theresa May has published information on the legal advice the government received on the implications of her withdrawal ‘deal’ with the EU: Two sections of the information made available are likely to spell the end of her career and probably of her government …. But do we really believe this or is this just the way to get what they really want ? 

It says in Page 26 of the document spells out that the agreement has no firm end date or ‘any provision for its termination’ – and that the UK has no power to extricate itself from the agreement without the EU’s agreement:The ‘Review’ section, on pages 31 and 32, address the provisions specific to Northern Ireland – the so-called ‘backstop’. Those provisions make clear that while either the UK or EU can say they think the provisions are no longer needed, all they can do is notify the other party and arrange to ‘meet to consider it‘:

6. The first paragraph provides that if at any time after the end of the implementation period the EU or the UK considers that the Protocol is, in whole or in part, no longer necessary to achieve the objectives set out in Article 1(3) and should cease to apply, in whole or in part, it may notify the other party, setting out its reasons.
7. The conditions in Article 1(3), as described above, are that the Protocol is necessary “to address the unique circumstances on the island of Ireland, maintain the necessary conditions for continued North-South cooperation, avoid a hard border and protect the 1998 Agreement in all its dimensions.” These conditions would be met if the parties had established alternative arrangements for ensuring the absence of a hard border.
32 EU Exit: Legal position on the Withdrawal Agreement
8. Under the second paragraph of Article 20, within six months of receiving such a notification, the Joint Committee must meet at ministerial level to consider it,

But the fact that the UK’s hands are tied and can only be freed if the EU agrees is spelled out clearly: The released document can be downloaded here. But what does all this really mean ? 

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(BRUSSELS) #Brexit Latest: No surprise here: EU wants Britain to stick to the bloc’s rules on state aid, environment and workers’ rights after #Brexit to prevent it from gaining unfair access to the Europeans’ single market, diplomatic sources and officials told Reuters #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Nov.08: The EU sees this as key to ensuring a “level playing field” should the so-called Irish border backstop kick in after #Brexit, tying all of the United Kingdom in a customs zone with the bloc: “It is important that Britain would not undercut our own products on our own market in the all-UK Irish backstop,” one source said of the EU demand that comes as the two sides are seeking a #Brexit deal as soon as this month #AceNewsDesk reports

The EU has made concessions on the biggest hurdle in the talks – the Irish border backstop or an emergency fix to ensure the frontier there stays open regardless of how Brexit goes – but there are still differences on the life span of such a solution, a review mechanism or the depth of regulatory alliance under the all-UK backstop, which has been sought by London.

The EU has presented the three areas as the bare minimum it deems necessary, complemented by no internal trade tariffs or quotas and the same external tariff

It does not want to allow Britain to be able to pull out unilaterally but proposes that any such decision could be done by a joint committee……………..The bloc is now waiting on whether British Prime Minister Theresa May can get her cabinet and parliament behind that………Should that be possible, EU and British Brexit negotiators would recommend that “decisive progress” has been achieved in Brexit talks and the EU would call a special summit of its 27 national leaders to endorse it.

While it is still possible later in November, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar warned on Wednesday that chances for a deal this month were fading

For Britain, it is important to lock a deal before the turn of the year to give businesses the clarity they need to plan for the first quarter of 2019 when Britain is due to become the first country ever to leave the EU.

Source: Reuters.Com/ Published: November.08: Reporting by Gabriela Baczynska; Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky

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(U.K.) #BrexitGoodNewsDeals As Wetherspoons will stop selling Jägermeister and French brandy ahead of Brexit and increase its range of drinks from UK and non-EU producers from later this month, it has announced: The company said the move will lead to lower prices across its 880 pubs from Sept.26: AceNewsDesk says coul d this be the start of ‘ Make England Great Again #MEGA

#AceNewsReport – Sept.17: British pub group JD Wetherspoon has announced plans to cut back on serving European alcohol ahead of #Brexit: Instead it will increase its range of drinks from UK and non-EU producers from later this month, it has announced: The company said the move will lead to lower prices across its 880 pubs from September 26: Included in the cull is Jägermeister, a German herbal liqueur, and French brandies Courvoisier VS and Hennessy Fine de Cognac: Instead they will be replaced with brands from the US, Australia and England……………Wetherspoon has already replaced Champagne with sparkling wines from the UK and Australia as well as German wheat beers with those from the UK #AceNewsDesk reports

Tim Martin the CEO, founder and Chairman of JD Wetherspoon pubs.

Chairman Tim Martin, a strong supporter of Brexit, said: “The three new products will be offered at a lower price than those they are replacing…………….”This is a significant move by us and highlights our commitment to offering an excellent range of UK and world products, with the emphasis on quality and value for the two million customers who visit our pubs each week…………………..”In blind tastings conducted by Wetherspoon, the new products were more popular than those they are replacing………………..”Many commentators talk of a ‘cliff-edge’ if the UK ‘crashes out’ of the EU without a deal………………..”In reality, there is no cliff-edge, only sunlit uplands beyond the EU’s protectionist system of quotas and tariffs.

“All EU products have UK or non-EU replacements, often at equal or better quality and price.”

Source: MEN: https://t.co/NsLVcqc99h Published: September 11, 2018 at 11:17PM

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(LONDON) #Brexit Fracturing AS Ukip membership site crashed as more than 2,000 people have joined or re-join ed the Eurosceptic party over the past two weeks, a senior party member has revealed: UKIP as people LEAVE t he CONSERVATIVES after ‘ Nigel Farage ‘ says complete what you promised to Theresa M ay or l will return #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.22: David Moreland said there has been a spike in applications on the back of a farcical Brexit strategy from Theresa May and the surge has not slowed down: He told Express.co.uk: “Our membership site completely crashed and we keep on getting applications.” …………………The most recent data on political party membership put Ukip membership at 21,200 as of April 2018: Mr Moreland said: “We are well in excess of 23,000 members. A lot of it is people returning to Ukip and people leaving the Conservative Party.”…………………………..The reason for the sudden surge is a direct reaction to Mrs May and her Government’s handling of the UK’s departure from the European Union, specifically following the Chequers plan, according to the party chief #AceNewsDesk reports

Mr Moreland said: “It’s all to do with Theresa May and her government. It’s treasonous. The people voted Brexit. They voted to leave and the British public don’t feel like enough is being done.”…………………..Over the past two weeks Mrs May’s divisive Chequers plan has resulted in the headline resignations of David Davis and Boris Johnson, stating the Brexit white paper did little to meet the demands of Leave campaigners…………………….With the Tory Party fracturing Mr Moreland says the Government is not delivering on its promises.

A top Ukip member has said Mrs May's Chequers plan is to attribute to rising Ukip numbers

A top Ukip member has said Mrs May’s Chequers plan is to attribute to rising Ukip numbers (Image: DAVID MORELAND/GETTY)

He added: ”We just feel let down. When you see what’s happened recently it looks like we aren’t going to fully leave and we will still be controlled by Europe.”

A recent poll from YouGov showed the voting intention for the Ukip party increased from four percent to nine percent after the Chequers meeting.

Voting intention for the Conservatives dropped from 74 percent to 64 percent.

Another explanation for the rise in membership numbers of the Eurosceptic party is the former leader’s possible return to politics.

Nigel Farage fumes at Theresa May on GMB

Fri, June 9, 2017

Former UKIP Leader Nigel Farage has expressed his fury at Prime Minister Theresa May over the general election, saying that it has now led to a backslide on Brexit.

General Election 2017: Nigel Farage FUMES at Theresa May

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General Election 2017: Nigel Farage FUMES at Theresa May

Nigel Farage announced after Mrs May hailed the Chequers agreement a success that there is a sense of betrayal.

He said on The Wright Stuff: “I was a businessman who went into politics because I wanted to change things. I thought I had changed things.

“Now I see this woman, the Prime Minister, trying to overturn all of our achievements. If they don’t get rid of her and get back on track then I will, next spring, come back into the front line of British politics.

“I’ll tell you what. If I have to do this again, next time no more Mr Nice Guy.”

Ukip has received more than 2,000 membership applications in the past two weeks

Ukip has received more than 2,000 membership applications in the past two weeks (Image: DAVID MORELAND)

“To put through something like Brexit, to turn the ship of state around by 180 degrees, take back our independence, do these things, you have to actually believe in it.

“Theresa May was a Remainer. She’s not up to the job and if she stays on as Prime Minister we are not going to get the Brexit we voted for. The sense of betrayal in this country will be huge, and I very much hope that she’s out of office before too long.”

Mr Moreland said Mr Farage’s announcement also explained an increase in membership applications.

He said: “People are also coming back because Farage has said he wants to get into politics again.

Nigel Farage DEMANDS for a new Prime Minister to deliver Brexit

“He’s still popular among Ukip and people are definitely coming back because of him.”

Between December 2015 and December 2016 Ukip membership declined from 40,000 members to 34,000 and the trend only continued in a steady decline.

Ukip members were the least likely to vote in 2017 General Election and if they did they voted for the Conservative Party as 45 percent of 2015 Ukip voters went to the Tories, according to data from YouGov.

Mr Moreland said: “The political elite think the British public are stupid and they are not. We voted to leave and we woke up and won.

“The Ukip party has suffered for two years and we feel there was deliberate move to get rid of us after the Brexit vote but now that people see what is happening they are coming back.”

Return of Farage? https://t.co/u6sy5wJpTN – July 21, 2018 at 09:47AM

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#brexit

(LONDON) #Brexit Cameron started the ball rolling down the hill when the ‘ Government Started to Find Out ‘ who supports Leave or Remain and everyone lined up to vote ‘ giving the government the right to amend laws and change policies in line with business, markets and trade but now comes the ‘ sheering of those that stood against them ‘ after Brexit leaders leave and Tories get the best of both worlds #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – July.10: Explosive claims have been made by a top EU lawyer which outlines why the current government plan would effectively keep the UK inside the EU: Martin Howe QC, circulated his findings to numerous Tory MPs after the government came to an agreed position on #Brexit …….The claims, leaked to various outlets, including Guido, suggests the UK would not be able to trade freely, make its own laws, or control its borders #AceNewsDesk reports

Howe’s legal opinion is:

  • The Chequers proposals would involve the permanent continuation in the UK of all EU laws which relate to goods, their composition, their packaging, how they are tested etc etc in order to enable goods to cross the UK/EU border without controls. All goods on the UK manufactured in the UK for the UK domestic market, or imported from non-EU countries, would be permanently subject to these controls.
  • There would be a general obligation to alter these laws in future whenever the EU alters its own laws, with a mechanism for Parliament to block such changes which is probably theoretical rather than practical.
  • This would put the EU in a position to fashion its rules relating to goods so as to further the interests of continental producers against UK competitors, when we will have no right to vote on those rules.
  • The obligation to follow the EU rulebook for goods would gravely impair our ability to conduct an independent trade policy. In particular, it will prevent us from including Mutual Recognition Agreements for goods in trade treaties and this is likely to destroy the prospect of successfully achieving meaningful agreements with some of the prime candidates such as the USA and Australia.
  • These proposals therefore lead directly to a worst-of-all-worlds “Black Hole” Brexit where the UK is stuck permanently as a vassal state in the EU’s legal and regulatory tarpit, still has to obey EU laws and ECJ rulings across vast areas, cannot develop an effective international trade policy or adapt our economy to take advantage of the freedom of Brexit, and has lost its vote and treaty vetos rights as an EU Member State.

Main Stream Network https://t.co/7D03vdiSeV July 09, 2018 at 02:47PM

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