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There is scope for a wee bit of consistency


This morning two headlines from two pro-Brexit MPs appear to be showing a bit of a difference in terms of where we are at as a nation. To be fair the pro-Brexit newspaper Telegraph is bound to be a bit … Continue reading

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A No-Deal Brexit may allow us to adopt WTO rules!


In the last few days the profile of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) has been raised on social media and broadcasts as the prospect of a No-Deal Brexit is growing. The points of reference I refer to below were interviews … Continue reading

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Government needs lessons in statistics and history


As I wrote in my blog yesterday, this petition which was calling on the Government to act if the referendum was deemed by the Electoral Commission to have broken electoral laws was signed by 187,042 people. This morning the signatures … Continue reading

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A Government that lacks understanding


The Government has now responded to this petition that currently has 187,042 signatures. It remains open until January so there is plenty of time to sign it if anyone is interested. The incompetence from the Government is in the response … Continue reading

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MPs who really care about business needs


It is very disappointing that the letter which is shown here was signed by so few (46) Tory MPs. The truth is that their party claims to be one that is focused on the needs of business. Indeed a few … Continue reading

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The Government plans to send MPs home early!


The idea that Parliament is a conventional working environment for MPs and Peers is of course completely ridiculous. Whilst some of them work very hard on behalf of their constituents or the nation as a whole, others use this role … Continue reading

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The Cost of Brexit remains uncertain


The title of todays blog could be seen as the equivalent of a newspaper headline, in fact it is not from a newspaper although it is almost word for word, the title of a report from the Public Accounts Committee … Continue reading

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