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News and Press Releases

Johnson will be investigated for misleading parliament
MPs have passed a Labour motion that will see the Prime Minister investigated by the Parliamentary Privileges Committee over allegations that he knowingly misled Parliament.
Ukraine a reason to remove Prime Minister, not for him to stay
Chief Executive of Best for Britain, Naomi Smith responds to the Prime Minister's statement
Prime Minister using plight of vulnerable people to save his own skin
In a press release this evening, the government disclosed that the Prime Minister will make an announcement tomorrow on the issue of asylum seekers and small boat crossings in the...
Prime Minister and Chancellor fined for lockdown parties
It has been confirmed that both the Prime Minister and the Chancellor of the Exchequer have been issued fines for breaking lockdown regulations.
French election: Macron v Le Pen - two visions for the future of France
It is set to be a re-run of the 2017 second round, but as Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen buckle up for a fortnight of fierce campaigning, everything is far from decided, as polls project a closer fight between the two candidates.
Did the taxman pay his tax
The Rishi Sunak is facing questions on whether he paid taxes in the UK after admitting he held a US green card for more than a year while Chancellor.
Best for Britain to project symbol of European unity on the moon
Best for Britain have today announced plans to project a symbol of European unity onto the moon almost 6 years after the UK voted to leave the European Union. Learn...
Best for Britain pressures Government into concessions on undemocratic Elections Bill
The government has made key concessions on the elections bill after pressure from Best for Britain working with unions, other groups and cross-party politicians.
Government urged to waive visa requirements after Homes for Ukraine figures revealed
Government urged to waive visa requirements after Homes for Ukraine figures revealed.
Import checks delay an admission the Brexit deal has hit people in their pockets
It has been revealed that the government is considering a fourth delay to the introduction of post-Brexit import checks amid fear of their impact on the supply chain and the cost of living crisis.
Junior staff must not carry the can for law-breaking at Downing Street
Government Ministers and Conservative MPs are facing increased pressure to remove the Prime Minister after police confirmed that Covid laws were repeatedly broken in Downing Street.
Johnson's disgraceful insult to Ukrainian plight
Equating the Brexit vote to Ukrainian plight is not only a disgraceful insult to those in the grip of war, it dismisses the fact Ukraine has applied to join the EU, the greatest peace project in human history
Nationality and Borders Bill: Defeats for the Government in the Lords
Nationality and Borders Bill: Defeats for the Government in the Lords but still a long way to go
The Fight Continues: Right to peaceful protest still threatened as Policing Bill returns to the Lords
The Government has used it’s 80 seat majority to reject an amendment to the Policing, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill aimed at protecting people’s right to peaceful protest around the Houses of Parliament.
MPs to vote on peaceful protests at Parliament after heavy government defeat in the Lords
Today MPs will vote on an amendment to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill that will protect the right to peaceful protest outside the Houses of Parliament.
Ukraine conflict: Target Russian money in London to deliver pain to Putin's inner circle
Chairman of Best for Britain has called for the UK government to target Russian money in London after the Russian President ordered troops into Ukraine.
Cost of Living Crisis: Tory mismanagement has left UK in worst possible position
Cost of Living Crisis: Tory mismanagement has left UK in worst possible position
Gray Report: Conservative MPs must do the patriotic thing and remove Johnson
Tory MPs are facing fresh calls to remove the Prime Minister after the publication of an update from the Sue Gray investigation.
New bill aims to scrap standards in the UK
Best for Britain has blasted plans announced today that will make it easier for the government to scrap standards in the UK
Tory MPs must remove PM after rule breaking birthday party
Tory MPs must remove PM after rule breaking birthday party