Category Archives: EU Referendum

Robbie must get to grips with withdrawal reality


Robbie Gibb has worked as the Director of Communications at No 10 Downing Street from July 2017 to July 2019 so he has overseen the period during which his boss, Theresa made a complete mess of her attempt at resolving … Continue reading

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Does Priti and her colleagues understand our economy?


After Boris was elected as leader of his party by 93,000 party members and appointed Prime Minister by the Queen two weeks ago, he began the process of putting together a Cabinet to run our nation. However he also had … Continue reading

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80 Days for MPs to travel around their constituency – in listening mode


Today we face 80 days before the 31st October which according to the Government is the current and third date on which we will depart from the EU. Clearly some people are very unhappy that the departure has not already … Continue reading

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US grass may not be so green after the shackles are removed!


A few days ago on Radio 4 I heard Donald Trump stating “There is tremendous potential in that trade deal. I say probably two or even three times of what we’re doing right now.” It turns out that the piece … Continue reading

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Sadly our new Government is way past “seem” to be confused by their role


In the absence of a Parliament being convened, the Government inevitably has to turn to the mainstream media  (MM) such as the BBC and Channel 4 to get its views communicated. The challenge then is for the people who speak … Continue reading

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The combined Leave.EU and Brexit Party need to review their strategy


Its fascinating to look at the Leave.EU tweets and try to understand what is going on behind the words. It is clear that as a campaigner for the Brexit Political Party, they support the idea of Brexit competing in 650 … Continue reading

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Boris did not get a very long Honeymoon


It would be very easy to feel a bit sorry for Boris Johnson right now, if only his behaviour and attitude had been more open and genuine over the last decade or two. He was appointed by his party as … Continue reading

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