Monthly Archives: May 2019

Brexit – Courage or Stupidity?

There’s an epigram doing the rounds on social media at the moment – “Courage is knowing something might hurt and doing it anyway.  Stupidity is the same thing.  That’s why life is hard”. As an analogy for Brexit, and the … Continue reading

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Lack of integrity will sink Change UK

Nobody who has been following UK news in the past few weeks can have missed the meteoric rise in support for the newly-formed Brexit Party.  But what of the other party that was formed in recent months, with the opposite … Continue reading

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Get the Popcorn Ready – it’s Corbyn vs Farage

Who would you rather see in no 10 Downing Street – Jeremy Corbyn or Nigel Farage? The question is not as preposterous as it sounds.  With a recent Comres poll finding the Brexit Party is now in second place in … Continue reading

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Think you’ve seen political change? You ain’t seen nothing yet

 “If… what a thought ….if they were to betray the wishes of the biggest democratic exercise in the history of this nation, then I think if you feel, since June the 23rd, you’ve seen political change in this country – … Continue reading

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