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Seven Easy Steps to Brexit

What is all the fuss about Brexit? Here’s what we have to do: Sort out the right to trigger Article 50, which, if Cameron had had advisors worth even a fraction of their fees, should have been included in the … Continue reading

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Guiding Light or the Grey Rebels?

My main problem with the current situation is how those who disagree with Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership went about the business of trying to change things. Instead of picking one or more representatives who would declare their candidacy and trigger an … Continue reading

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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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The ‘Too Big to Fail’ phenomenon.

We heard a lot about the  ‘too big to fail’ phenomenon in relation to banks and other financial institutions. The idea was that because they were so big, with such wide ranging influence and access to resources, they must be … Continue reading

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A Great Piece from Boris…

… with not a trace of buffoonery 🙂 You can read it below or find it yourself here       posted on Facebook 30/05/2016 “Yes indeed, let us talk about economics. Let’s look at the real economic impact of the European … Continue reading

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