Inaya Folarin Iman: Brexit has put the power in our hands, we should embrace it

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Labour - The Nation State
Labour - The Nation State
2 months ago

Meanwhile ignoring the housing crisis, priorities are needed here.

Will K
Will K
2 months ago

Brexit can't be fully to blame for shortage s as the rest of the world has similar issues.

Daniel Bostock
Daniel Bostock
2 months ago

The global elite hold the power. The UN control our borders. The WHO control our health policy.
Our foreign policy is anyone’s guess

Darran Bewick
Darran Bewick
2 months ago

Welcome to what I think is your 1st To The Point and spoken like a champion.

John Williams
John Williams
2 months ago

Re

Electric Blue
Electric Blue
2 months ago

The only way Brexit will be a success for this country is to implement the industrial strategy promoted by Lexit. Instead, the Tories will use it impoverish people further. Have they closed the borders? No. Will they? No. Brexit will only be a success if the working people demand it.

Swede She
Swede She
2 months ago

You need a BIG return migration , we all in Europe need it then we can be function normaly. Migration is the nr 1 problem.

lyn strawford
lyn strawford
2 months ago

"Hold their feet to the fire", never heard that saying before and not sure I want to again, with what's been going on in the past year. Let's keep violence out of our debates.

Verona Paisley
Verona Paisley
2 months ago

The Mainstream Media is owned the elite. They put there brainwashed woke soldiers into places of influence and power to shutdown democracy, free speech, civil liberties and freethinking. All to make us slaves to their Authoritarian World System. Boris Johnson must be continually scrutinized because I believe he doesn't fully support Brexit voters. He is an elitist playing a role to hoodwink Brexit voters. It's going on to six years since we voted and we are still tenuously attached.

Olaf Bloodaxe
Olaf Bloodaxe
2 months ago

So GB Propaganda is now suggesting that Brexit should be the start of ending the current economic model as unsustainable?

Yet when Extinction Rebellion says the same thing……………….

83 Smith
83 Smith
2 months ago

There are ten million more people in Britain since 2000, so why are there shortages? the supermarkets lobbied government for more immigration.

Ali laal
Ali laal
2 months ago

Well said. Specially, when the “Remoaners” still have not given up. I have had daily discussions, that often have gotten more than civil, about their claim that Brexit has been a disaster! They go so far as to even Blame the poor summer weather that we have had on Brexit!

Phil Jones
Phil Jones
2 months ago

What I like about this presenter is she upholds Britishness. I can relate to that. We should put British values first and become more self reliant. No other country is called 'Great', let's renew our confidence in our greatness! There is no place for wokeness and shame in our society and in our future. We are not cowards. We don't need or want to be dependant on anyone else for our success, we can stand on our own feet and not be dictated to by others, e.g. Europe, US etc. We've given so much to the world and still can. So many are jealous of our achievements. Every time I hear this girl speak when in a group on GB News she cuts to the point, very focussed, there is no BS in her, she has vision and believes in what she says unlike many of our politicians who are in it for their own political and financial gain.

One request Inaya that you make an effort to slow down, speak each word more deliberately and annunciate more clearly, it's very hard to understand you when you speak so quickly, running one word into another. I had to listen to your video twice. As a spokesperson you are announcing or proclaiming, not chatting to us. You need to get used to speaking confidently. Thank you for your courage and commitment.

Shaun Luckham
Shaun Luckham
2 months ago

Britain chose Brexit, the US chose Trump, both massively against the narrative. Trump has now been removed and they will continue to nag about Brexit until some coalition wins in the UK and then pushes for a rejoin referendum to bail out the failing EU socialist experiment

Muhammad Muhammad
Muhammad Muhammad
2 months ago

It's great to be lectured to on British affairs by a subsaharan African.

White Male
White Male
2 months ago

So an immigrant pretending to be english is pretending to want to defend the english against immigration..

Yeah, if you think this is allright then you have allready lost everything including your childrens future bcs you are marching yourself into mass suicide.

Dave Parky
Dave Parky
2 months ago

Damn right gorgeous!..🥰
..er, …..how? 🤔

Ancient Man
Ancient Man
2 months ago

Brexit has been difficult mainly because so many remoaners in the country never accepted the result of the referendum and fought alongside the EU to make Brexit as difficult as possible for Britain.

Martin Zanichelli
Martin Zanichelli
2 months ago

Nobody kicked out Albion from the EU. Their real enemy is inside their island, not in the EU

Frans Booth Web Design
Frans Booth Web Design
2 months ago

It is good that the UK will increase its productivity through automation, but the other side can do the same, for example, the British were the first to develop railways, but the other side did a better job when they developed their railways. For example, when I go to Europe I see double-decker railway carriages everywhere. So the same may happen with this iteration of innovation. I struggle to see how to get ahead of the competition as a smaller player when the other side can just copy a paste your ideas and your innovation.

Topaz Dreamer
Topaz Dreamer
2 months ago

Great questions. Kudos for airing them.

Martin Zanichelli
Martin Zanichelli
2 months ago

You people in Albion criticize the EU but allow a colored African to sermon the REAL British what to do.

Neil Hedley
Neil Hedley
2 months ago

The Tories want to get rid of the Human rights Act, doing away with minimum wage, employment rights, holidays, pensions ect. Most people on zero hour contracts with no job security.
That dirty plan has backfired big time

Tim Hull
Tim Hull
2 months ago

V good inaya..

Marky Mark
Marky Mark
2 months ago

I think we are worse off – I’m a brexit voter I have travelled in France and spend part of my time in both countries- the COVID combined with Brexit and this God awful government which we never really asked for or voted 🗳 for means we are worse off ; what’s more .. largely we have a completely deluded population that don’t realize that we are actually screwed – mostly in the chaos caused by everything a bunch of globalist imposters has seized control of any remaining democracy we had – UK 🇬🇧 has been too subservient to them and now there’s little hope ; the media mainstream and other are talking shit nearly all of the time- it’s not good here. The COVID is part virus and 90% illicit takeover – shame we fell for it. Better to die and be free. I add.. even our local politicians and representatives BUY into the lies and bullshit – and they Wade in that shit storm because doing so gives them some hope of saving themselves- the Public at large have been abandoned by a wicked government.

S North
S North
2 months ago

The Woke Left is starting to be cornered.

Sim UK
Sim UK
2 months ago

Wages are going up!! By 40% overnight!!! What does this suggest? Employees are now more valuable and clearly employees have been underpaid for too long!

barrie Williams
barrie Williams
2 months ago

Now, we have to deal with the Leftie, woke brigade…🤔

David Quigley
David Quigley
2 months ago

The real reason there is a shortage of drivers, bar staff etc is that too many Brits are too lazy to fill those positions.

I manage a site of a well known restaurant chain. We tried to create an "English" kitchen. We couldn't. Nobody in England on benefits wants to work

Jasi M
Jasi M
2 months ago

We definitely need to train our people. The bursary for nurses shd be back. We take too many from afar, there is a real shortage in our hospitals. The unemployed now have more training opportunities. We have to adapt.

Ted Vicarri
Ted Vicarri
2 months ago

well…who cares what the likes of the Guardian report, they are F.O.S

Jasi M
Jasi M
2 months ago

Fruit pickers and Carers should be paid more….we need more incentives for this type of work.

Roy Kusel
Roy Kusel
2 months ago

Inaya what a superb present presentation

Proselytizing Orthodox Pentecostal Angora Rabbit
Proselytizing Orthodox Pentecostal Angora Rabbit
2 months ago

Oh, come on. Wouldn't you rather some unknown unaccountable nonentity in Brussels decide these things for you?

Brit bloke
Brit bloke
2 months ago

There is one thing I agree with Remoaners on, even if I see it as another reason of many to leave, while they seemed to love bondage and servitude. That being, that our elected government liked to pass the buck as say things were out of their control, because the EU made them do it. They don't have that excuse anymore and now we can truly hold their feet to the fire and hold them accountable. There are no excuses for continuing with the EU's nonsense regulation or having weak porous borders. This is all on our government and the longer things aren't fixed, the clearer it will be that they are globalist puppets themselves. This is why they never wanted to talk about the EU, as it was a useful scapegoat in many ways, but having another globalist layer of government to blame was terrible for this country and I'm glad we stripped it away. But now we must fix our broken, corrupted parliament and all their useful idiots in the media, education and entertainment!

Michael White
Michael White
2 months ago

Covi,Brexit,Pingdemic,EU workers,Migration(Illegal and Legal),Furlough,Benefits,Unemployment & Government etc.all contributing to our present situation. A prefect storm and possible worse to come with national debt and inflation.

John Lammi
John Lammi
2 months ago

There has been an INCREASE in both the value of EXPORT to non-EU countries & of IMPORTS from non-EU countries.

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