Nelson McCausland: PM spoke of her desire for a ‘red, white and blue’ Brexit... now she hoists the white flag of surrender BelfastTelegraph.co.uk The day after the People’s Vote, David Cameron resigned and was succeeded by Theresa May. In her first speech, she declared: “The full title of my party is the Conservative and Unionist Party and that word unionist is very important to me. It means we believe in the Union, the precious, precious bond between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.” https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/columnists/nelson-mccausland/nelson-mccausland-pm-spoke-of-her-desire-for-a-red-white-and-blue-brexit-now-she-hoists-the-white-flag-of-surrender-37553403.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37553392.ece/b5d96/AUTOCROP/h342/S--_16_-_Read-Only_.jpg Email The day after the People’s Vote, David Cameron resigned and was succeeded by Theresa May. In her first speech, she declared: “The … [Read more...] about Nelson McCausland: PM spoke of her desire for a ‘red, white and blue’ Brexit… now she hoists the white flag of surrender
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MEMBERS of Benson Garden Club grew 300 violas for a special display to mark the Armistice. The flower beds around the war memorial at the junction of Church Road and Oxford Road have been planted up with 1,900 of the red, white and blue flowering plants to look like two Union flags. The work was carried out in time for the Remembrance Sunday parade and service this weekend, which will mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. Nine members of the club volunteered to help after being told about the initiative by villager Richy Irwin, a warrant officer at RAF High Wycombe, in March. Chairwoman Esther Chamberlain said: “Richy came along with a design on an A4 piece of paper. “He said, ‘I’m going to do this design and I’m wondering if you can help me grow the violas?’ He was so determined to do it even though he didn’t have the expertise.” Purely … [Read more...] about 2,000 red, white and blue violas planted at memorial
On the 4th July Americans will come together to mark Independence Day - the birth of their nation and the biggest holiday across the pond. The day - a federal holiday - marks when the US won independence from the British Empire after the Revolutionary War. The 4th July celebration commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence 241 years ago on July 4, 1776. It's historically important for Americans, but it has also become a huge holiday celebration with parties and events across the country in every state. The day is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues and picnics, family reunions and baseball games. It's an excuse - or reason - to go all out and celebrate what makes the United States, well. the United States. When is Independence Day? July 4 or as they say, the 4th of July. Read More 4th of July 2017 What is Independence Day and what's the story behind it? It’s one of the biggest holidays in the US calendar. The 4th July marks the anniversary … [Read more...] about When is Independence Day 2018 and what is the meaning of 4th of July
It sounds trivial but this ban by Royal Mail on its 125 thousand posties from flying the flag of Saint George during the World Cup is just the latest manifestation of the Establishment elite despising and hating our flag and the people of this country. Royal Mail got their excuses lined up early this year and are pretending their ban is a ban on all flags and is a health and safety issue. It is nothing of the sort. It is just another example of the self-loathing of our country by the liberal elite. © Sputnik / Alexei DanichevThey're Only UK Team In World Cup But Twitter is Alive With ‘Anyone But England'If these politically correct pillocks had actually ever done a post-round, like their employees, on a council estate they would see not only the England flags flying outside homes but also the flags of many other countries and there is nothing wrong with that. We are a … [Read more...] about England Has Fallen. Or Love Our Flag
The England team - and some of the fans - have arrived in Russia ahead of their opening game of the World Cup. England take on Tunisia in Volgograd for the Group G opener and then they will face Panama before a final group game against highly-rated Belgium. And although the country has not been swept along with false hopes of bringing home the trophy, excitement is starting to build. With that excitement comes public displays of patriotic passion which will see homes and cars decorated in England colours over the coming days. But what is the law on doing so? The government recently made changes to legislation which widen the types of flags you may fly in England. Have you decorated your home or street in England colours? The World Cup is upon us. And although England are far from favourites, that has not stopped the fans from getting behind Gareth Southgate and his young team. How are you showing your support? Is your street decorated in red, white and blue? If so send your pictures … [Read more...] about Is it legal to display England flags during the World Cup?