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Macron, Theresa May and reckoning for elitism

Macron, Theresa May and reckoning for elitism

Tom Colsy January 19, 2019 0

London, United Kingdom – Prime Minister Theresa May survives a no confidence vote; led by the free-market Eurosceptic and internationalist Remain wings of her party – she has polarised both and pleased neither. Why

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May’s Brexit Deal: The Pragmatic Approach

May’s Brexit Deal: The Pragmatic Approach

Richard Marshall December 15, 2018 0

It’s becoming clear that May is playing a game with the future of the nation, our economy and business, and that is to hold the vote on her Brexit deal as late as possible.

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“The Brexit te Deum” (A Parody on the Te Deum laudamus)

“The Brexit te Deum” (A Parody on the Te Deum laudamus)

Richard Marshall July 7, 2018 0

With the meeting at Chequers apparently over, with some sort of agreement reached, we can only wait and see the response from the Backbenchers and EU. The noise from business appears positive at least,

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The Price of Brexit: The Martyrdom of Business?

The Price of Brexit: The Martyrdom of Business?

Richard Marshall July 6, 2018 0

With Brexit now only a matter of months away, and nothing agreed, either with the EU or within the British cabinet, the martyrdom of our business to the cause of an ideologically driven Brexit

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TBrexit ‘Youthquake’ blindspot – why Remainers should be careful what they wish for

TBrexit ‘Youthquake’ blindspot – why Remainers should be careful what they wish for

James Taylor March 4, 2018 0

First things first. Let me make the obligatory declaration of creed. I am a Remainer, at least I voted Remain in the 2016 referendum on our membership of the EU, although not with a

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Two Death Threats to Brexiteers in One Week

Two Death Threats to Brexiteers in One Week

Jordan Holbrook February 12, 2018 1

Late this morning, Andrea Leadsom MP tweeted out a letter she received in the post from someone calling themselves “THE REAL 48 PER CENT”. In it, the letter said: “We were born in Britain

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Opinion: A Second Brexit Vote? Not for another generation

Opinion: A Second Brexit Vote? Not for another generation

Alex Roberts January 18, 2018 0

Nigel Farage has tip-toed away from a current issue that is now wafting: a second EU referendum being in the cards. A resuscitated debate around the people having a say on how they are

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Theresa May is sinking – and she’s taking Brexit with her

Theresa May is sinking – and she’s taking Brexit with her

Charlie McP January 16, 2018 0

The Prime Minister’s lack of creativity, courage and authority is slowly killing off Brexit. According to the polls, support for leaving the European Union slid throughout 2017, with a clear plurality of Britons believing

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Labour’s Brexit betrayal gives the Conservatives an opportunity

Labour’s Brexit betrayal gives the Conservatives an opportunity

Sam Ancliff December 15, 2017 0

Roughly two-thirds of Parliamentary Constituencies that currently have a Labour MP voted to Leave and almost all of these Labour incumbents saw their majorities dropped significantly. Looking at some of the strongest Vote Leave

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Jacob Rees-Mogg: Low key demagogue or great conservative?

Jacob Rees-Mogg: Low key demagogue or great conservative?

Hugo Morrell-Roberts November 6, 2017 0

It has to be said that I began writing this piece expecting to find Jacob Rees-Mogg a disreputable and low-key demagogue worthy of roundabout condemnation. Sadly, perhaps for the entertainment value of this article

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