Tag Archives: Brexit

No Surprise Really

I can’t say that I’m surprised that Brexit has been delayed or thwarted. For even though I voted for it, I’ve been saying all along that I never expected to actually see it happen. Why not? Because we’re not really … Continue reading

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We The People

We the people of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland found out last week that we have no voice in the affairs of our own country. We were asked whether we wanted to leave or remain inside … Continue reading

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Catholic Remainers and Protestant Leavers

Guardian: Britain will remain as a member state of the EU until 31 October, with the option to leave earlier if Theresa May can secure Commons support for the Brexit deal, after a Franco-German carve-up of the UK’s future. And then there’ll … Continue reading

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Parliament Has Overruled The People

I think Brexit died yesterday: The House of Lords and the Queen have signed off on the Cooper Bill which will force Prime Minister Theresa May to seek a Brexit delay and stops the UK leaving the EU in a … Continue reading

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None The Wiser

I’ve been watching this little video of our Prime Minister, Theresa May: It’s only about two and half minutes long, but there’s quite a lot packed into it. A picture is worth a thousand words. She doesn’t seem to be … Continue reading

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Such A Calm Night

The continuing Brexit fiasco. Guardian: Donald Tusk is pushing the EU27 to offer Theresa May a one-year “flexible” extension to article 50 with an option to leave the EU earlier once the withdrawal agreement is ratified by parliament, senior sources have told … Continue reading

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Yes Prime Minister

There was a long running British TV comedy series back in the 1980s called Yes Minister. It featured a naive, gullible, and easily impressionable British government minister who was perpetually engaged in struggles with the scheming British civil service, who … Continue reading

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