Russian, Trump, Media and Facebook Referendum interference and some of the lies that swayed the vote

Posted by Geoff Bishop. A round up of all the interference experienced in the EU Referendum and just some of the lies told by the Leave campaign. Information taken from various sources, including my article on Twenty Brexit lies that explains in detail the twenty Continue Reading

If there was another Referendum, would we accept a Leave result?

Written by Geoff Bishop. If there was another Referendum, would we accept a Leave result?   A number of Corbyn supporters are still saying loudly that it is undemocratic not to accept the result of the Referendum, which asked whether or not we should leave Continue Reading

If David Cameron had asked the right question on Brexit, Remain could have won

Posted by Geoff Bishop. Written by Tom Clark. If “Remain,” “Hard Brexit” and “Soft Brexit” had been the options, the vote could have gone differently. With the leaking of an official report, which makes stark how any flavour of Leave will make Britain poorer, the Continue Reading

EU Referendum – Discover the Extent of Russian Funding and Influence.

Robert Braban 6th November 2017 EU Referendum – Discover the Extent of Russian Funding and Influence. It was recently reported that Britain’s election watchdog, the electoral commission, would open an inquiry into possible Russian meddling in the Brexit referendum. The most recent revelations coming out Continue Reading

Leave Director admitted the Brexit referendum was won by lying to the public.

Posted by Geoff Bishop. Written by Jack Peat. Buried in a 19,800 word Spectator essay written by former online editor and Vote Leave director Dominic Cummings is an admission: The Brexit referendum was won by lying to the public. The piece, found here, is well worth reading but also Continue Reading

MPs must now get vote on second Brexit referendum

Posted by Geoff Bishop. THE creation of a hung parliament as a result of last week’s general election has dramatically changed the balance of power between the Government and Parliament, with potentially profound consequences for the United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union. Hitherto the Continue Reading