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The Thunberg Regime

I ought to be interested in the debate about Boris’ Brexit Deal in Parliament today, but I’m not, perhaps because: Remain supporters have hatched a plan to ensure Boris Johnson will be forced to ask for a Brexit extension even … Continue reading

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The Shapers of Political Identity

In my youth I spent most of my life outside England. I lived in Barbados, in Eritrea, in Libya, in Gambia, and in several cities in Brazil. If not a man of the world, I was at least a boy … Continue reading

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It Probably Won’t Happen

These people are mad: Police have arrested 280 people in London at the start of two weeks of protests by environmental campaigners. Extinction Rebellion activists are protesting in cities around the world, including Berlin, Amsterdam and Sydney. Organisers have blockaded key … Continue reading

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Never-Ending Brexit

I have no idea what’s happening with Brexit. Nigel Farage was saying a few days ago that it was possible that tomorrow Parliament could topple Boris Johnson as PM and replace him with Jeremy Corbyn, or maybe Ken Clarke, or … Continue reading

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Rereading The Dream Of Rome

With a Scottish court considering whether Boris can be sent to prison should he fail to seek a Brexit extension beyond 31 October, I’ve been wondering (like many others, including Nigel Farage) what Boris is going to do. It occurred … Continue reading

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A Corbyn Caretaker Government Next Week?

Yesterday on LBC Nigel Farage was wondering whether Parliament might topple Boris and install a Corbyn caretaker government. ZeroHedge: …here’s the situation as it stands. If the vote happens and Johnson is deposed, they will have 14 days under the … Continue reading

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All Getting Darker

It all seems to be getting rather dark: Senior allies of Boris Johnson have warned that Britain will face civil unrest on the scale of the gilets jaunes protests in France or the riots in Los Angeles if Brexit is … Continue reading

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