Let us suppose that the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement is adopted, will Theresa May remain as Prime Minister to manage the next stage in the process of non-withdrawal? If so we are totally screwed. At every stage so far she has made terrible mistakes or caved in to EU demands despite clear, advance warnings of EU … More The Turn Of The Screw
The Conservative Government offers a list of what they want us to believe about their draft withdrawal agreement (now accepted by the European Council but not yet by the UK Parliament). They are trying to steal our support with underhand propaganda. https://www.conservatives.com/sharethefacts/2018/11/40-reasons-to-back-the-brexit-deal?utm_medium=email&utm_source=SCexm&utm_campaign=wr1096_november_members_newsletter&utm_content=member Below are some comments on a few of their 40 Reasons. We don’t … More 40 Reasons or 40 Thieves?
This is true but also a truism, it adds nothing we didn’t know but it’s a slimy statement from anti-Brexiteers. It presumes that leaving the EU will make us poorer without demonstrating it as a fact. It says that we, the voters, didn’t realise this so they, the experts, have a duty to save us … More Nobody Voted to be Poorer
…into that good night… A friend who decided to ask his children how they would like him to vote in the 2016 Referendum will be visiting this week. We keep harping on about this but it really irritates us that Brexit discussions could be banned because our friend might ‘frexit’ our home if we asked … More Do not go gentle
If there’s a hard Brexit the EU would expect to have: a hard border in Ireland rather than respect the Belfast Agreement (which says, no hard border and no change to the UK union without consent of the people in the North); no Brits flying to sunshine holiday spots by the Mediterranean (they can go … More Rules Are Rules