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- Blonde Ambition – When Jennifer Met Boris
- For Channel 4, It Almost Feels Like 1963
- Do Labour need some water to wash down that humbug?
- Christmas can’t come early enough for these turkeys
- Greta Thunberg – Role Model or Victim?
- Never mind the coup, let’s have those by-elections
- Matchstalk Men and a Monstrous Woman
- Do you really need to learn to code?
- Anatomy of a Lie
Category Archives: Brexit
Tony Blair, on the Andrew Neil show, recently argued for a second referendum rather than a general election on the basis that “If Brexit is the problem, and Brexit is the question, go back to the people on Brexit” This … Continue reading
For all that his critics may often deplore Boris Johnson’s choice of language, it seems to me that he generally chooses his words quite carefully – by which, I mean not that he couches his meaning in soft phrases designed … Continue reading
So the Supreme Court has ruled that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful – by reference to a law that does not exist. We are told that the length of the prorogation is one of the key reasons for … Continue reading
It’s perhaps fitting that a significant number of those who are hysterically screaming about a fascist coup having taken place in the UK, can’t even spell the word. Within hours of the announcement that the Queen had agreed to Boris … Continue reading
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
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
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
“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
A friend asked me recently whether I’d considered writing a blog about the rising incidence of anti-Semitism within the Labour Pary and within Britain as a whole. My response, quite honestly, was no. It was, and still is, a topic … Continue reading