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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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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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Financial services is not a special case


As this piece in the FT reports, there is a commitment being made by David Davis and his team as they negotiate Brexit to ensure that Bankers and Financial Service providers can continue to trade post Brexit for at least … Continue reading

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The truth is hard to live with


The fact that our departure from the EU will cost us dearly is hard to explain if you are a newspaper who constantly promoted our departure throughout the referendum campaign. The Express told many lies throughout that time and is … Continue reading

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Defending Brexit by attacking the truth?


As we all seek to make sense of the impact of Brexit the men and women who are well paid as our MEPs are in a crucial position try to assist their constituents and the rest of society to ensure … Continue reading

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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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