Monthly Archives: June 2016

We don’t want to go back… we have always looked to the future.

One of the things I’ve noticed, as part of the campaigning for the referendum, is the accusation that a lot of us older voters want to go back to some fantasised Utopia that supposedly existed before we joined the EU. … Continue reading

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Everything seems to be back to front at the moment.

Everything seems to be back to front at the moment. Our elected government, having given us a choice, are acting like parents who, in a moment of enthusiasm, suggested a trip to the beach, but now really just want the … Continue reading

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An open letter to Jeremy Corbyn on workers rights and the EU.

You are making the wrong argument. In your effort to strike a blow at the Tory government you are throwing the twin babies of Labour credibility and our country’s future out with the bathwater. Nobody is going to dare to … Continue reading

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