Sunday, 3 July 2016

Brexit vote: what next?

The unexpected has happened: Leave won, and now everything is uncertain.

Suddenly, the country and our futures have been plunged into the dark. Nobody knows what will happen next, not even those who so strongly campaigned for Brexit. 

Friday, 1 July 2016

Brexit: we took the wrong turn

They said ‘Take control’ and ‘Get your country back’. But instead, we have no one in control, and we’ve lost our country, which is in turmoil.

First 7 days after Referendum shock

We’ll all remember Friday morning 24 June 2016: the news that Britain had voted by a small margin to leave the European Union. 

Everyone had expected the country to vote to continue with the status quo: 43 years of membership of the European Community. It was not to be. 

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

LibDems offer second chance to vote on Brexit

Tim Farron, the leader of the Liberal Democrats, has vowed to fight the next general election, which he believes “could be very soon”, on a pledge to stop Brexit, reported The Guardian this afternoon.

Friday, 24 June 2016

EU Referendum result: Disunion

The markets closed in positive territory yesterday, firm in the belief that Britain was going to vote to remain in the European Union.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Let's hug, not hate, EU migrants

'You’re talking about us as if we’re not in the room,’ is how many EU migrants have expressed their hurt and alarm at how some British people now display deep hate for them. 

It doesn’t really make sense.

Sunday, 12 June 2016

The ugly face of Brexit

Some England football fans chanted, “f**k off Europe, we’re all voting out” during violent clashes with police this weekend at the EURO 2016 championships in Marseille.

Thursday, 9 June 2016

Leave campaign is relying on lying to win

Tory blue on blue has now turned red. A Conservative government that was previously proud of being a ‘One Nation’ party has now split both its party and the nation in two. 

This EU referendum is probably the most divisive, deceptive and dishonest political campaign in any of our lives.

Wednesday, 8 June 2016

In this referendum, don't believe everything

This referendum debate has been debased by some who support Brexit distributing misinformation.

Unfortunately, prominent examples of alleged misreporting can be found in most of the newspapers that back Britain leaving the EU – including The Sun, Daily Mail, Daily Express, The Telegraph and The Times and The Sunday Times.