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
LONDON — The downtrodden Greek economy saw solid growth in the second quarter of 2017, data released by the country’s statistical authority on Friday showed. Growth came in at 0.5%, … Continue readingGreece’s Economy is growing faster than the UK’s.
Posted by Geoff Bishop. Written by Christian May. He is the editor of City A.M. After a summer dominated by hyped-up talk of cabinet divisions and a Brexit in peril, … Continue readingThe UK and EU can’t afford to delay trade talks
This is mainly a “fun-poke” at Brexit…but there is more than a slight “tinge” of reality to this fantasy. I just imagine how the Brexit story “synopsis” might look, if … Continue readingBrexit In Wonderland
By Tom Wyman – Washington Post – Feb 15 2017 COLCHESTER, England — After Prime Minister Theresa May gave a bullish speech last month outlining her plans for Britain’s negotiations … Continue readingBritain’s Attempt to Recover Empire
By Bill Jamieson Posted by Geoff Bishop Three huge uncertainties have now befallen what was already set to be a long, fraught and complex Brexit negotiation starting in ten days. … Continue readingMay’s mistake raises possibility of second ‘Brexit’ vote
Prelude to a remarkable result By Dr Robin Niblett CMG Article posted by Geoff Bishop Theresa May was chosen by the Conservative Party last autumn to be the safe pair … Continue readingUK Election Result May Lead to a More Democratic and Accountable Brexit
Written by Jim Edwards Posted by Geoff Bishop We are not ready to negotiate! LONDON — Way back in April, when the Conservatives were 20 points ahead of Labour in the … Continue readingThe UK government is in no condition to start Brexit negotiations … so can Article 50 be paused or reversed?
Posted by Geoff Bishop Written by Scott Macnab Scottish Tory der Ruth David leason has warned Theresa May that the party must tone down the hardline approach to Brexit after … Continue readingDavidson warns May to change course on Brexit
By Cormac Little While meaningful engagement on Brexit has stalled pending the outcome of this week’s Westminster elections, last month’s ruling from the EU’s highest court regarding the EU/Singapore Free … Continue readingEU court ruling on Singapore trade will have major post-Brexit impact