Tag Archives: Brexit

Choose arguments with precision


In an opinion piece in todays Guardian Online, Anne McElvoy writes about how those of us who voted to Remain in the EU and still believe that doing so was the right line to take should respond as the problems … Continue reading

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When the debate is over, can we have some clarity?


On Wednesday afternoon in Parliament Emily Thornberry and Damien Green had an exchange about the EU deal that would be accepted. It was an amusing exchange and it initially showed up the Government for their bankrupt position on Brexit. That … Continue reading

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The ideal boss for salesmen to work for?


I am involved in sales in the small business that I work for, and that means when a big deal is in the offing it is hard to hide the excitement from the other workers. Soon everyone picks up on … Continue reading

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The beginning of an adventure?


The following is from my column in The Argus Newspaper: Today marks the beginning of an adventure for a number of mostly unknown people who are working on our behalf. If all goes well, they will be able to dine … Continue reading

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Is Gove set to be our next Prime Minister?


I must has spent too long in the sun yesterday, these are the thoughts I came up with after a question from a friend regarding where the Tory Party is trying to take us. The return of Michael Gove to … Continue reading

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The need for real life experience


One of the demonstrable disadvantages of having Government Ministers and Shadow Ministers who have spent all of their working lives in the isolated environment that is a political party is that they get use to fighting one another and then … 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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