Category Archives: EU Referendum

A man lacking integrity or self awareness


The legacy of most MPs outside their constituency, unless they make it into Government is relatively modest. However the man pictured here is a depressing exception. His opposition to those seeking equality for society is well documented as is his … Continue reading

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The Brexit-Tears are pouring out


The vote last night in Parliament was of course a minor point in a much bigger process and anyone who either supported Amendment 7 (as I did) or who opposed it (as the tweets here display) knows that there is … Continue reading

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It is vital that amendment 7 is supported


In the debate taking place today over the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, the amendment tabled by Dominic Grieve is the 7th Amendment and is referred to as Parliamentary Approval of the Final Deal. It seems hard to imagine why any MP, … Continue reading

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We need to become a credible nation


The challenge of writing a blog about real life events when once a week it is printed as a column in a newspaper is quite significant. The same is true in terms of the issues that appear on social media. … Continue reading

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Brexit puts dangerous chemicals in reach


In the absence of the economic and indeed any other assessments by our Government of what Brexit will lead to, we are faced with a myriad of views and analysis that is in the public domain. Any prospect of members … Continue reading

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Theresa needs to listen to Frank Field


In the light of the current chaos in the Brexit negotiations, caused primarily by the decision by Theresa May to seek a mandate from the country back in June and compounded by her attempts to allow the DUP to prop … Continue reading

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Imagine how Churchill would respond?


These tweets shown here captured at 07.34 hrs this morning are a clear indication that not only are we in chaos as a nation as a result of the Labour and Conservative party decisions to withdraw from Europe, but that … Continue reading

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