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News and Press Releases

Government can’t have it both ways on immigration
James Cleverly announces Government's plans to reduce net migration
Ant and Dec pledge 'no more politicians' after Best for Britain campaign
Ant and Dec have backed calls for next year's I'm a Celeb to be free of populist politicians following successful Best for Britain campaign.
Autumn Statement: Taxpayer bungs suggest early election
Campaigners are calling on people to vote tactically as "bungs" announced by the Chancellor in today's Autumn Statement suggest an early General Election.
“Fiscally inept and morally bankrupt”: Government wastes almost £100bn
The UK Government is reported to have wastefully spent or dubiously allocated an estimated £99,418,907,782 of tax-payers’ money since 2019.
Rwanda Plan Ruling: Sunak must now resist calls for ECHR exit
The Supreme Court has ruled against the Government’s controversial Rwanda plan.
Introducing the Best for Britain Fantasy Cabinet Builder
If David Cameron can be Foreign Secretary, anyone can! Trythe new Best for Britain Fantasy Cabinet Builder.
Get Farage Out Of Here! Boycott campaign launched as ITV prepare to platform populist
Best for Britain have launched a new campaign calling on the public to boycott I’m a Celeb as evidence mounts that Nigel Farage could feature on the reality show this year.
“A VIP lane for has-beens”: Cameron returns to frontline politics
David Cameron appointed as new Foreign Secretary.
Braverman sacked: The country needs an election not a reshuffle
The Prime Minister is facing calls for a General Election after firing his Home Secretary for comments many believe undermined the Police and contributed to scenes of violence over remembrance weekend. 
King’s Speech: Sunak out of ideas and out of time
The Prime Minister is facing criticism today for promising action on issues which worsened under his government and with almost no time for meaningful legislation before the next General Election.
Trade Secretary celebrates fall in UK trade
Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch is facing criticism after citing the UK's poor trading performance under her watch as evidence that Brexit has not had a negative impact on UK trade.
Inquiry evidence is an advertisement for electoral reform
The inquiry heard damning evidence of an extremely dysfunctional and unprepared pandemic response from the Government as well as the self-interested, uninformed and offensive opinions shared by the Prime Minister and his senior team.
Farage threat demands tactical voting response
By-election results in Mid-Bedfordshire and Tamworth show the Conservative Party lost both seats by less than the number of votes cast for Reform UK.
By-elections underscore importance of tactical voting
Labour has won both the Mid Bedfordshire and Tamsworth by-elections overturning massive Conservative majorities with clear signs of tactical voting.
Britain can’t afford to have our hands tied by Brexit
Labour leader Keir Starmer sets out party's plans for government, but doesn't address Brexit. 
Deluded or deceitful? Badenoch is wrong on the cost of Brexit to Britain
Despite years of evidence detailing the breadth and depth of the issues created by the UK's withdrawal from the EU, the Business and Trade Secretary criticised people who she claimed, "are obsessed with viewing every problem as Brexit".
Business leaders back beneficial alignment
61 business leaders, trade experts and parliamentarians have published a letter in response to recent reports in the media around the UK diverging from the standards and protections of the EU.
Improvements to Brexit deal should be welcomed
Best for Britain CEO pushes back as Keir Starmer faces criticism from both sides of the Brexit divide over his announcement that a Labour government would push for a better deal with Europe.
Westminster falls behind as Wales boosts democratic equality
This morning, the Labour-run Government announced their plan to increase the size of the Senedd by a third and abolish first-past-the-post (FPTP) voting and single-member constituencies for elections.
EU musicians booked for British festivals down 40% post-Brexit
Figures published today by internationalist campaign group Best for Britain show that, on average, the number of European musicians scheduled to take to the stage at major festivals across the UK this summer has fallen by 40% compared to 2017-19