Jon Danzig details the transition of the Tory Cabinet from pro-remain to a group in favour of the hardest of Brexits. If you don’t follow Jon’s writing on his “Reasons … Continue readingThe Two-Faced Tories ruining the UK
Should I be shocked that no quantitative Brexit impact assessments were commissioned by David Davis? Is it surprising that there has been no cabinet discussion of the final trade deal? … Continue readingHas Ireland scuppered Brexit?
Martin Odini sums up the multiple failings of the UK Government in one handy blog: “Little wonder therefore that negotiations with the EU’s representatives are going so badly, when British … Continue readingIf you say David Davis should now resign, you’re thinking too small
Brendan Donnelly, Director of the Federal Trust, argues the choices available to the UK is rapidly becoming one between a hard Brexit and no Brexit at all. In his recent … Continue reading“HARD BREXIT OR NO BREXIT?”, THAT IS THE QUESTION
You might ask “what does austerity have to do with Brexit?” – In this article Simon Wren Lewis describes the way the impacts of Austerity have been blamed on immigration … Continue readingLinks between austerity and immigration, and the power of information
Simon Wren Lewis describes how triggering Article 50 so quickly was a political decision driven by a toxic mix. Fear of tabloid reaction, fear of the public recognising the disaster … Continue readingWhy is the UK making such a mess of A50 negotiations?
From INFACT 26.10.2017 “expert view” examining Liam Fox’s delusions about the UK in any way being able to play “catch up” via our relationship with the USA. Far from “running … Continue reading
This “must read” article first appeared in True Publica on 19th of October 2017. The author draws together powerful strands that suggest there’s more to the chaos surround Brexit negotiations than … Continue readingHow Brexit Was Engineered By Foreign Billionaires To Bring About Economic Chaos – For Profit
A useful summary of the hard economic realities of Brexit and the deception surrounding the catastrophe it represents. Also worth following the first link on this post back to his … Continue readingBrexit remains an exercise in deception
There’s been much wailing and gnashing of teeth about Labour and Brexit – particularly after the suppression of a conference motion to force a debate on the single market. It’s … Continue readingBetween a Rock and a Hard Place – Labour and Brexit