A Letter To Theresa May

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Unity has sent a simple request to Theresa May: Get us OUT of the EU now, and don’t give them a penny more!

It is vital that we send a message to Downing Street; that the British people will not be fooled, we want out of the EU now, without sending the elites billions of the British taxpayers’ money. If you agree, sign up here

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Sign Here To Show You're Against May Sending The EU £50 Billion!

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Theresa May and her cabinet have signalled their greatest surrender yet to the EU elite, by submissively agreeing to pay a hefty £50 billion fee to Europe for Britain to leave the EU, this is unacceptable; sign up here if you agree.

Unity wants to unite the UK, as we leave the EU. We also want to ensure that we get out the EU now, and not pay a penny more. Though, it is now clearer than ever, that Theresa May and her colleagues wish to put the financial interests of the European Union first, before their own country, the United Kingdom. 

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Confronting The EU Elites!

On Friday the 24th of November, Unity attempted to confront the EU elites directly at the EU commission office in Edinburgh.  Sadly, they refused to answer the door to our calls.  Their hide-away attitude reflects their unwillingness to confront ordinary working people.

We at Unity want to ensure that we unite the UK, as we leave the EU -  that’s why we felt the need to send a message to the EU elites directly; We want out now, and we’re not giving them a penny more. It’s imperative that you sign up, if you haven’t already by clicking here.

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Sickola Sturgeon - Sod Off!

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Nicola Sturgeon is attempting to use her power as First Minister of the devolved assembly in Edinburgh, to derail our exit from the European Union. 

Nicola Sturgeon and her separatist colleagues seem to forget that more people in Scotland voted to leave the EU, than voted for her to be First Minister.  It’s also fact that without the ‘Leave’ votes of Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland we would not be exiting the EU.

The decision for us to leave the EU was one that was made as a unified Kingdom.  Nicola Sturgeon does not argue that Glasgow should leave the United Kingdom because it voted ‘Yes’ in the separatists’ referendum of 2014, therefore the same argument applies to Scotland; it voted as part of the UK, and the UK’s decision was to leave the EU, so it must be respected.

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