Category Archives: EU Referendum

Please focus on your responsibilities


The challenge of negotiating the UK’s departure from the EU in a manner that leaves both the UK and EU able to continue to do business with one another on good terms is clearly not proving easy for David Davis. … Continue reading

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Why a second EU referendum is vital


I confess to being someone who voted to remain, and would do the same again today if a referendum was being held (being a Thursday it is more likely today than tomorrow). However despite this my view that a second … Continue reading

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Lets Ensure many voices are heard on Brexit


It is clear that how we proceed in our departure from the EU is a great deal more complex than a simple binary choice of stay or go. It is also clear after 16 months that the Government despite its … Continue reading

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Chlorine washed chickens come home to roost


Its fascinating to hear from Brexiteers who having strongly advocated our departure from the EU and argued vociferously that we need to have control of our borders and national sovereignty, how they plan to fix the holes in the roof … Continue reading

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It is never a mistake to give people an opportunity to vote


When challenged on this mornings Marr show, that the General Election back in June was a mistake, Theresa May used the words above. It is hard to make sense of these words in the context of a Parliamentary system that … Continue reading

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An Ambassador from a different mould


The news that the new American Ambassador to the UK has chosen to make some critical comments in public about our nations policies implies that at best he is new to the role of Ambassador. Perhaps his interview with Con … Continue reading

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We need politicians who understand history


I confess I was confused regarding the venue for Theresa May’s speech until I read the transcript, and then I became even more confused. She began: It’s good to be here in this great city of Florence today at a critical … Continue reading

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