The John Redwood Interview – Getting us back on track – Facts4EU

The John Redwood Interview – Getting us back on track

Sir John summarises the economic benefits of Brexit and what can now be seized, given political will. 10 minutes of Brexit gold for those who love the idea of a fully independent, prosperous UK.

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  1. Donna
    December 8, 2023

    “Given political Will.”

    THAT’s the problem. The Not-a-Conservative-Party doesn’t have the political Will. And neither does the other branch of the Uni-Party.

    1. Lifelogic
      December 8, 2023

      Indeed no political will. But not so much getting back on the tracks we are on the right track but simply going in completely the wrong direction on every issue – 180 degrees out on every issue.

    2. Julian+Flood
      December 9, 2023

      I immediately thought ‘Aye, there’s the rub.’ But being hanged in the morning may get their attention.

  2. George Sheard
    December 8, 2023

    Hi sir John
    BREXIT Is the best thing that’s happened to this country the government can’t blame the EU anymore for their failures.
    It scares me to think when labour come into government next year they are going to involve us more with the EU,
    we have been let down as some MP’S didn’t accept the democratic vote we would have done much better with the divorce proceedings if the whole of parliament had acted one.
    It will take time years to get Brexit done
    BUT why are we still paying billions in to the EU??
    Thank you

    1. glen cullen
      December 8, 2023

      I’d like to know why we’re still in some EU institutions, paying the EU and retaining their laws

  3. Ian B
    December 8, 2023

    Sir John
    As we have come to expect a good interview and on the right track with what the people expected but haven’t as yet got from Brexit.
    The single biggest issue the UK has its hands tied over is democracy, and a Parliament that doesn’t understand what that means. By that I do not mean the so-called Brexit vote itself, I mean that we elect our MPs as our representatives, then hold them accountable, in the only place in a free country that has the authority to make, amend and repeal laws. This is the one area the majority of MPs fights those that elect them, they (MPs) keep deferring to what appears to many of them as unaccountable Lords & Master in Foreign lands. MPs just don’t seem to comprehend their job as the UK’s sole Legislators.
    If what our MPs keep suggesting is an International Law that is created without accountability or democratic authority is then not followed by the vastly greater majority of the World Community, and is left to the UK being the Country that has to comply? Why do they enter Parliament? Thats a contridiction. How come these vague scenarios created for other reasons have to undermine UK Sovereignty and the rights of UK Citizens.
    It all comes down to the UK’s Parliament at the moment is first fighting Democracy and its true meaning, then fighting the UK Citizen because they believe they should live in a Democracy. At the very least when someone enters the UK Parliament is empowered and paid for by their electorate – that is what they should get.
    The UK and its Government/Parliament needs to start embracing democracy, freedoms, Common/English Law. We may not get what we wish for, but it is a far safer alternative to what is on offer and on the table right here and now.

    1. glen cullen
      December 8, 2023

      The HoCs has forgotten what democracy is and the reason we elect them

      1. Mickey Taking
        December 8, 2023

        Sod the electorate’s opinion, each MP ignores it once elected, and seems to go brain dead, relying on the PM/Cabinet who rely on ‘higher’ instructions. What a ‘democracy!’

  4. Keith from Leeds
    December 8, 2023

    This is excellent, but why are the BBC and other mainstream media outlets not interviewing you like this.
    Why do we have such a negative approach from the MSM to Brexit? Why is every negative bit of economic news put down to Brexit, but positive news ignored? Why is the Government, from the PM down, so negative and so slow to take advantage of our Brexit freedoms?
    Keep up the good work, Sir John.

  5. Bill Brown
    December 8, 2023

    Dear Sir John,

    Lots of interesting interviews and the Brexit one particularly different.

    You talk about the major opportunities for the UK in the TPP as we are the only non Pacific country participating, I have my significant doubts about the potential but you do of course have to talk about the very few significant trade agreements since leaving the Eu.
    You talk about freedom of choice and sovereignty, but we have not used it as it was presented by you during the referendum campaign nor are you talking about the damage it has done to our exports in the EU for small and medium sized businesses, who are no longer able to export to the biggest market in the world.
    SO the advantages are few and the aspirations are large and then we use Germany as an example of how well we are doing, whilst eastern and southern Europe in the Eu are still growing well.

    It is all well aspirational and not very factual , so therefore all rather weak for your pro Brexit wagon.

    1. Sam
      December 9, 2023

      Exports are up Bill.

  6. Lynn Atkinson
    December 8, 2023

    In order to get the show on the road again it MUST be unhitched from the engine pulling it off the tracks. So Sunak and his disastrous politics and cabinet must go and FAST!
    The Tory party can’t bugger up another leadership election. They need a recognisable Conservative with BRAINS.
    I can think of only ONE!
    Good luck, Sir John – remember where you got the real truths – on this blog – e.g ‘Russia will win’. ‘The jab is a killer’ and much more. We the Conservative supporters have more knowledge than the civil servants and ‘civil parliamentarians’ – and we say things that are true no matter how unpalatable because we want our politicians to be the best informed, best supported and therefore the most successful in the REAL WORLD.

  7. Lynn Atkinson
    December 8, 2023

    The fact that the political class has been beaten by Nigel Farage, a man who has never had a job, is not a member of the party and who is currently doing his best work in a jungle on TV says it all.
    The incompetence is beyond comprehension. It is literally incredible! Tory MPs must shunt this ‘political elite’ off the tracks for good!

    1. Donna
      December 9, 2023

      Farage never had a job?

      As he regularly reminds people, he was a City Trader, started his own business, led UKIP and sat in the EU Parliament for 25 years or so. He then created the Brexit Party and gave the Treacherous Tories the thrashing of their lives in the last EU Parliament elections and now has a political show on GB News.

  8. formula57
    December 8, 2023

    What a heart-warming contrast to hear somone so enthusiastic and encouraging about our present state and future. If only we had leaders in government who could give us all a boost such as this.

  9. formula57
    December 8, 2023

    In this season of goodwill we can surely offer Remoaners some encouragement concerning escaping liability for the E.U.’s large and growing debts that you describe as one of the benefits of Brexit.

    A few years ago when some ghastly celebrities (so called) lamented how they would willing pay more tax, the then Chancellor pointed out donations would be received by HMRC (although I think very few if any have been). Surely a smiliar scheme to enable our Remoaner friends to participate in the E.U.’s financing could be introduced?

  10. peace and music
    December 8, 2023

    I find opinion gathering fascinating but so badly done.
    eg other day in Mail, article on a dodgy ex MP (don’t know if Lab or Con )
    Now a Head Honcho in Law and Order.
    Article there all day
    One Comment only
    Then disappeared.
    Whoever has been analysing
    over the past few years has no idea.
    They didnt see Brexit coming
    and then they misunderstand we the public’s
    reason for Brexit.
    Hint it’s not stop the boats
    It’s a worldwide multi level thing.
    Oh well back to my Agatha Christies

  11. Leigh
    December 9, 2023

    We would like to put on record our thanks to Sir John for generously giving up his time to do this filmed interview.
    In my years of experience of him (as Chairman of both Brexit Facts4EU.Org and CIBUK.Org) he is not only a diligent constituency MP but also works tirelessly in Parliament and behind the scenes to advance the causes of independence, sovereignty, democracy and freedoms. On a personal level I can certainly vouch for the latter.
    Sir John is not one to ‘bang his own drum’ so I hope he’ll allow me to say the following. His knowledge is encyclopedic and his intellect unrivalled. Both the organisations I chair are non-partisan but I judge as I find on an individual basis. The country is fortunate in having such a Parliamentarian.
    Finally, these filmed interviews cost us a lot in terms of camera crew, interviewer, post-production editing, and promotion. I’d be most grateful if readers could do whatever they can to promote this interview as widely as possible. We would also be grateful for donations! Best, Leigh.

  12. Keith Collyer
    December 10, 2023

    Haven’t laughed so much since I heard Rees-Mogg was closing his hedge fund. On a more serious note, is Sir John (a) so deluded he believes the nonsense attributed to him or (b) so dismissive of his supporters that he thinks they are stupid enough to believe it?

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