Category Archives: EU Referendum

Let’s end the relationship with dignity


Its hard to write about Brexit in a way that looks forward to the exodus which a majority of voters supported on 23rd June and a sizable majority of MPs voted for more recently. Its perfectly clear that our departure … Continue reading

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A man living in fantasy land


On Thursday Simon Kirby, MP for Brighton Kemptown wrote the daily opinion piece in The Argus newspaper. It was entitled ‘We must reunite behind the country after the Brexit vote’ and in the piece he goes on to say¬†“Whilst I … Continue reading

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…when all about you are losing….


Its perhaps understandable that David Davis used yesterdays Torygraph to call on his Conservative colleagues in Parliament not to cause a problem for his Government. Most MPs read a selection of weekend papers but the Telegraph is probably where Conservative … Continue reading

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End in sight for a mixed economy?


During the reign of the coalition Government one significant focal points was their attempt to reduce the size of the State through the creation of mutual organisations, inspired by the success of companies such as John Lewis. Whole sections were … Continue reading

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We need Ministers with experience


Its very telling that our needs as a nation as a whole are treated as insignificant by most Governments compared to the concerns of the well paid bankers and other power brokers in the city of London. This Government like … Continue reading

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First signs of political spring?


It seems as though the Government under Mrs May is suffering a number of challenges and has even conceded some defeats in the last few days. All of these elements arise as things which she could legitimately lay at the … Continue reading

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The rise of belief in a flat earth


Now that we have decided (well to be precise, just over half of the voters decided) to leave the European Union, it appears that we are being overwhelmed with opportunities to change our nation for the better (assuming that you … Continue reading

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