The reality of Britain’s exit from the European Union — Brexit — grows nearer and clearer each week. Despite the promises of Brexit supporters that exit would benefit Britons, evidence … Continue readingBrexit begins to bite Britain
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
From The Irish Times Excellent journalism by Vincent Boland posted by John Laforge. Boris Johnson might find his Irish cake hard to digest. British foreign secretary is either clueless about … Continue readingJohnson is either clueless about Border or doesn’t give a damn.
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
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
Whereas that has been a issues created about “immigration” mostly” whipped up by The Tory “blame it on someone else” game and the right wing press. But was that really what … Continue readingWas Brexit about really about £350miliion to the NHS, or Immigration?
Prime ministers are rarely judged on the power of their noses. The way they speak and listen attracts comment. They are praised if they have a common touch or strong … Continue readingBrexit rots our rights. How can Theresa May ignore the stench?
Et tu, Tony? In the past, this column has opened with a trigger warning that it is about to advance arguments favourable to former prime minister Blair. This week, you … Continue readingBlair is right on Brexit – but he is wrong to pander on immigration