Sunday, 22 January 2017
During the Referendum campaign, 70% of Theresa May’s cabinet advised Britain to remain in the European Union. That’s 16 cabinet ministers out of 23 who concluded and concurred that it was in the country’s best interests to stay a member of the EU.
Yet only three weeks after the Brexit result, those 16 Tory politicians volunteered to form a government to take Britain out of the European Union – going entirely against their own advice that this would be detrimental to the country’s interests.
Monday, 9 January 2017
It’s now clear beyond doubt that the new Tory government is planning a hard, hard Brexit for Britain.
In her first interview of the year, new Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sky TV that Britain couldn’t hold on to ‘bits’ of EU membership.
Thursday, 15 December 2016
Britain is benumbed by Brexit. It’s as if nothing else is happening in the world. But beyond our shores, a kaleidoscope of horrific events is now crystallising across the planet. Are we too blinded by Brexit to see?
Sunday, 11 December 2016
Brexit Secretary, David Davis, MP, said he definitely wanted a second referendum on the question of Britain’s membership of the European Union.
Sunday, 4 December 2016
It’s impossible to explain pain to someone else. If you’re in pain, someone else might empathise, but if they can’t feel it, they won’t understand it, and they will not have a personal interest in stopping it. It's the same with Brexit.
Sunday, 27 November 2016
Brexit used to sit on the sidelines of politics. Indeed, the word 'Brexit' was only invented in 2012, and until last year, most people didn't even know what it meant. (Now it's in the Oxford English dictionary.)
Friday, 4 November 2016
Wednesday, 2 November 2016
Some Eurosceptics have mocked that a region of Belgium, called Wallonia, could block the international trade agreement between Canada and the EU.
But if anything, this shows that some EU countries, and the EU itself, are more democratic than our system in the UK.
Sunday, 30 October 2016
So, it now looks increasingly certain that Britain is heading for a ‘hard Brexit’. That’s because our new unelected Prime Minister, Mrs Theresa May, insists that’s what British people want.