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Ignorance shared by Daily Mail & Nigel Farage!


When I woke up this morning I spotted a Daily Mail headline for an article by Chris Pleasance which stated “Nigel Farage vows return to front line politics to attack Theresa May’s ‘fraudulent’ Chequers plan” My initial reaction was a … Continue reading

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Is this ignorance or an attempt to deceive?


  The top image is a poster from the Department for International Trade which was published by Liam Fox on Tuesday on twitter with the tweet reproduced in the text below. The lower image is the information from the European … Continue reading

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Brexit and Trains – Two major failings of our Government


The significance of the next two days in Parliament seems huge to those people who are still feeling engaged and concerned about the process of leaving or remaining in the European Union. Writing as someone who believes our departure will … Continue reading

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A scary headline – that speaks of a double disaster!


The image shown here with the headline is from yesterdays Telegraph posting on Facebook. It would be a silly mistake to assume that one headline on any newspaper is reliable, however taken in two parts and then read together this … Continue reading

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Looser use of language


“We’re all familiar that Boris has a looser use of language, this is not the first time this has happened” said Malcolm Rifkind on last nights Newsnight. The fact that a predecessor of Boris believes this is acceptable behaviour, questions … Continue reading

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The need for greater clarity


At present our understanding of what a post Brexit world will look like is becoming even more confused as Politicians and ex-Civil Servants attempt to explain matters using simple metaphors. Few hungry people would turn down a packet of crisps, … Continue reading

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The straw that breaks the Brexiteers back


Watching Michael Gove speak on Channel 4 news about banning the use of plastic straws, he seems to completely undermine his own logic in his arguments over polluting our seas. His argument is that banning plastic straws is not possible … Continue reading

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