Tag Archives: Brexit

Lets raise concerns via They Work for You


On Thursday Steve Bassam, as a member of the House of Lords asked a question of the Government, which whilst seeming to be a matter of Parliamentary detail, in fact should be of concern to all of us. As things … Continue reading

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Lets not pass the Duchy on either side


A couple of months ago on 25th June, David Lidington who is the Duchy of Lancaster as well as being the deputy Prime Minister made an important speech at an event organised by a think tank called Reform. There are … Continue reading

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MP who ignores democracy to achieve his objectives


Listening to Jacob this morning on Radio 4 it seems perfectly clear that he has no real interest in the truth providing we can leave the EU at whatever cost it will incur for us. When asked if a ‘no … Continue reading

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Rona Fairhead is suffering from a deep blindspot


Speaking this morning on Radio 4 Today, Rona Fairhead the Minister of State for Trade and Export Promotion made two very clear statements regarding businesses and indeed society as a whole and then failed to deal with the very evident … Continue reading

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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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