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Brexit Triggered – Europe Unified?

Brexit Triggered – Europe Unified?

James Taylor March 30, 2017 0

Sounding increasingly like a forlorn lover, Donald Tusk today delivered a press conference in response to the submission of article 50 and the countdown of the Brexit clock proper. Following lengthy laments at Britain’s

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Who is in the “Brexit Club”?

Who is in the “Brexit Club”?

Kyle Scott Pirie March 29, 2017 0

Nine months have passed since the Brexit vote and now it finally begins. However, the UK has never been in such disarray. In the last few months, the Government has asked for unity; they

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Breakdown of the EU’s 60-year-old Convergence Machine

Breakdown of the EU’s 60-year-old Convergence Machine

Rory Foye March 28, 2017 0

Saturday marked the 60th Anniversary of the Rome Treaty, with the idea of a convergent and cohesive union being a primary aim for the European project over the past six decades. A joint EU

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Corbyn’s Mission Impossible

Corbyn’s Mission Impossible

James Symonds March 28, 2017 0

Yesterday Labour launched a new offensive, I’ll call it Mission Impossible (and no, I’m not talking about the next General Election). The opposition have come up with a cunning plan for the Brexit negotiations

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Last march of the Remainers? Anti-Brexit protestors take central London

Last march of the Remainers? Anti-Brexit protestors take central London

James Bickerton March 25, 2017 4

‘I don’t give a fuck about Brexit’ shouted a largely bald man outside a Westminster pub, whilst waving a placard which linked Brexit to hate crimes. He’s clearly commandeered the placard and both him,

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Europe’s Trump wall hypocrisy

Europe’s Trump wall hypocrisy

Lee Jenkins March 12, 2017 0

It’s hard to keep up with Donald Trump’s policy agenda, and to be honest who would want to. There is however one constant in the seeming kaleidoscope of muses, thoughts, policies and general rants

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The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

Kieran Munro November 1, 2016 0

More people in Scotland voted against independence than anything else in the history of Scotland. It isn’t just that the SNP refuse to accept this as an observation of fact, it’s that they cannot

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Challenging Brexit “Buyer’s Remorse”

Challenging Brexit “Buyer’s Remorse”

Antony Sammeroff October 31, 2016 0

Buyer’s Remorse [n] The sense of regret after having made a purchase… It may stem from fear of making the wrong choice, guilt over extravagance, or a suspicion of having been overly influenced by

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The Remainers Can’t Crow Yet, But Neither Can The Leavers

The Remainers Can’t Crow Yet, But Neither Can The Leavers

Oliver Shore September 23, 2016 0

It’s roughly three months on from the vote to leave the European Union. To a certain extent the post-vote turmoil has now calmed down, and doubtless there remain bumps on the road ahead, but

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The Remain Campaign’s plan to bluewash the Last Night of the Proms

The Remain Campaign’s plan to bluewash the Last Night of the Proms

Elena Rider September 9, 2016 0

So the latest bright idea from the remain camp is as follows: crowd fund £1000 to buy thousands of EU flags, distribute them to audiences at the Last Night of the Proms this Saturday

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