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A Second Brexit Referendum? Be Careful What You Wish For

George Orwell coined the term Newspeak to describe the perversion of language for political ends. As our capacity for thought is governed by the language...

It’s official: UK private investors see Brexit as “an opportunity”

It seems that confidence remains high among the UK’s army of private investors, despite all the doom and gloom that permeates the mainstream media’s...

Could May’s deal be rescued by the Vienna Convention?

For all the talk of Parliament’s inability to agree on anything related to Brexit, MPs are united in their dislike of the backstop –...

Don’t let coronavirus infect your thinking on Brexit

Maybe it was to be expected?! The outbreak of the coronavirus has prompted siren-calls from Remainers about the health-security implications of the UK’s withdrawal...

Kicking the can on St Valentines Day

Those in loving relationships might’ve let out a sigh of relief at the news that tomorrow’s Valentine’s Day votes are no longer set to...

Brexit: When the dust settles…

Brexit schmexit, as last Sunday’s Observer put it. Sentiments that my old Jewish granny would have echoed, adding perhaps that as long as we get a deal...

The real choice left is between May’s deal and a People’s...

The crunch point is coming. The spectre of defeat looms large, though who it’ll come for first is unclear. Who will give up their...

Why the Labour Party will be the chief casualty of Brexit

On 6th February Jeremy Corbyn wrote a letter to the Prime Minister arguing that the Government should change its negotiating red lines and seek...

It was supposed to be recess-but-not-recess

At the end of January, the traditional half-term for our Parliamentarians - or recess, as it is commonly known - was cancelled. It was...

Why the UK’s economic prosperity lies outside the EU

A few years ago, I was lucky enough to buy my first house. In order to help pay the bills, I took on a...

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