Frankie Boyle writes in the Guardian…. Sunday 29 October 2017 00.05 BST Last modified on Sunday 29 October 2017 09.35 GMT The Tories are at pains to make sure that Brexit is being … Continue readingIs this the night of the living dead? No, it’s Britain’s Brexit team
The EU talks about transition, while Theresa May talks about implementation. They are both wrong. There is no such thing. These are just euphemisms for the creation of a viable … Continue readingBrexit: There is no such thing as transition
As anti-brexit feelings increase, will that translate into grater Hostility towards “remainers”? The attitude of Brexiteers toward remainers has always been one of anger and aggression. I did put … Continue readingAre the Elites and Oligarchs Turning on Remainers MORE as public opinion turns on Brexit?
Guardian analysis of key economic figures paints a picture of deepening gloom, with rising inflation denting consumer spending and investment. The Bank of England is seriously considering raising rates for … Continue readingThe Brexit economy: the storm clouds are gathering
Academics are accusing a Tory MP and government whip of “McCarthyite” behaviour, after he wrote to all universities asking them to declare what they are teaching their students about Brexit … Continue readingUniversities deplore ‘McCarthyism’ as MP demands list of tutors lecturing on Brexit
For too long, Brexit has cast a spell over our country which no one dared to break. It seemed as though forces beyond our control were remorselessly pulling our government, … Continue readingThe Brexit spell is lifting: MPs are finally standing against it
The 7 Principles of Public Life are: 1. Selflessness Holders of public office should act solely in terms of the public interest. 2. Integrity Holders of public office must avoid … Continue readingAre we being sold down the river, by our own Parliament – Over Brexit?
A series of major reports have highlighted both the economic risks of Brexit and the long-term difficulties of the UK economy. First came the OECD, predicting that France, Germany and … Continue readingBrexit will be built on weak economic foundations
Britain will remain in the European Union because the Government will not be able to deliver a hard or soft Brexit, Paddy Ashdown has said. The former Liberal Democrat leader … Continue readingThere’ll be no Brexit, just a parliamentary stalemate – Lord Ashdown
Despite the resignation of most other Europhile MPs to the fact that Brexit now appears inevitable, the former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister, said he believed the UK will one day adopt the … Continue readingBrexit: UK won’t leave the EU and will one day join the Euro, says Lord Heseltine