Tag Archives: Norway

Our two main Political parties make new trade deals very hard to achieve


As we wait for the vote to be carried out on Tuesday in the House of Commons regarding whether our Parliament will back the Brexit proposal by Theresa May, it is beginning to become clear that our options as a … Continue reading

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Could we have some more from Oliver please Today?


This morning on Radio 4 Today programme, John Humphrys interviewed Oliver Letwin and the whole thing seemed to be full of problems. The first and most obvious matter was that Oliver claimed he would support Theresa May’s proposal for our … Continue reading

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Lost Leader of the Free World


Today’s blog is based on my column in the Argus Newspaper: The concept of the ‘free world’ has its origins in World War II when the nations fighting the axis powers described themselves as the free world in contrast to … Continue reading

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A new set of relationships?


Yesterday on Radio 4 inexplicably Michael Gove was given 3 minutes to speak uninterrupted about why we should vote to leave the EU. He was then interviewed and one of the elements of his many arguments was that if we … Continue reading

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