Tag Archives: European Union

Dependence Day


It seems clear to me that our nation depends on other nations to be an effective part of the world. Just because we are an Island nation does not make us self sufficient. The EU is far from an ideal … Continue reading

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The urgent need for food security


In the light of the NHS IT crisis last weekend, it would be easy to assume that the UK is under greatest threat from ransomware and similar attacks, and indeed in the short term and in an acute way that … Continue reading

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A need for national unity


I watched some of Theresa Mays interview with Andrew Neil last night and did not hear a single word that explained what Mrs May along with her Cabinet and Advisors had learned from listening or even talking to people like … Continue reading

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We need the right to recall, now!


In a Parliament that claims to be responding to the will of the British people it is time that all constituents are given the opportunity to express their will on matters that go beyond our decision to remain or leave … 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 Government out of its depth


The Attorney General, Jeremy Wright appears to be out of his depth, or else he is being undermined by people in the Government to which he belongs. When the Referendum was being planned, no one expected Brexit to be adopted. … Continue reading

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The benefit of open negotiations


Over the last few weeks we have all been treated to a lot of hoary nonsense about the idea of secret negotiations over our departure from the EU. It is time for people like Sajid Javid, David Davis, Jacob Rees … Continue reading

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