For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
traitors who believe democracy involves ignoring the will of the people.
Traitors who believe democracy involves ignoring the will of the people
by M Baska
Under the freedom of informations act could Mr Chilton please make available the list of traitors who believe democracy involves ignoring the will of the people.This would assist us in making the decisions, at the next elections, of who we really want, working for us, in our government .It will probably be UKIP the only party with common sense and who takes time to listen to the concerns of all people.Just had an email from Labour leave. Hope all those with Labour MP's can ask to pass it to Corbyn. Yesterday, the government took the first steps to delivering the only type of Brexit that Leave voters have demanded all along; a clean, hard, quick, red, white and blue Brexit. But how well did the PM really do?The Prime Minister warned that the EU will be torn into "tiny pieces" if it does not give Britain the deal it wants, insisting that she will walk away from negotiations with Brussels if they attempt to give Britain a “bad deal”.Prime Minister May’s 12-point Brexit Plan:1. Provide certainty about the process of leaving the EU2. Control of our own laws3. Strengthen the Union between the four nations of the United Kingdom4. Maintain the Common Travel Area with Ireland5. Brexit must mean control of the number of people who come to Britain from Europe6. Rights for EU nationals in Britain and British nationals in the EU7. Protect workers' rights8. Free trade with European markets through a free trade agreement9. New trade agreements with other countries10. The best place for science and innovation11. Co-operation in the fight against crime and terrorism12. A smooth, orderly BrexitAlthough Labour Leave welcomes the Prime Minister's support for a clean and positive Brexit, we are extremely concerned that given the anti-Brexit sentiment in both Houses, and the Supreme Court's likely ruling, there is still a very real chance that none of this could happen. If so, there is a growing numbers of MPs who have already confirmed that they will do all they can to halt the Brexit process and at the very minimum will vote against the triggering of Article 50.The entrenched, monolithic political classes of the European Union responded in usual fashion, with Donald Tusk describing the Prime Minister as ‘sad’.Jan Philipp Albrecht, a Green MEP for northern Germany, accused Mrs May of "bluntly making fun of her electorate".Kathleen Van Brempt, a Belgian socialist, added that the European Union "is not a menu where the UK can freely pick and choose to their liking".Swedish MEP Christofer Fjellner insisted that the UK leaving the Single Market "will come at a large cost", adding: "Negotiating new free trade deals with others to compensate won't be any easy task."As boring and belligerent as the EU’s continued responses are, we are still confident that we can negotiate an excellent deal and that the UK will be more prosperous because of it.Labour Leave is pleased to welcome our new outstanding guest writer David Price. David has extensive experience in published writing and we are delighted to invite you to read his first piece for us: Turn and Face the Change.Yours sincerely,Brendan Chilton,General Secretary , Labour Leavel