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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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Why a second EU referendum is vital


I confess to being someone who voted to remain, and would do the same again today if a referendum was being held (being a Thursday it is more likely today than tomorrow). However despite this my view that a second … Continue reading

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Polls are often wrong


The latest poll from YouGov suggests that many of the people who voted to Leave the EU are not concerned if our departure has a damaging impact on the UK economy. I hope that the poll is wrong, and I … Continue reading

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The importance of a prepared exit route


We live in a nation that is struggling to make sense of how to leave the EU in a manner that is not destructive for either the UK or indeed the EU itself, which will remain our closest and largest … Continue reading

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An independent sovereign nation


When Liam Fox launched the Grassroots Out campaign in January 2016 he stood in front of 2000 people and said how he wanted to live in “an independent sovereign nation”. Last night he was interviewed on BBC Newsnight and spoke about … Continue reading

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The Feelings index!


When David Cameron first became Prime Minister, he proposed finding a way of measuring our happiness as a nation. The plan which was estimated to cost some £2M was that from April 2011, the Office for National Statistics would ask people … Continue reading

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A man to unite the whole country?


In the light of our vote to leave the EU, by 52% to 48% there could not be much more evidence of division within the nation. The fact that only 72% of us did turn out means that in one … Continue reading

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