No Transition is Better than a Bad Transition

In my last blog post, I made my own personal views on transition clear and I also stated what the government had said that their views on transition were. To summarise, I personally believe that, if a free trade agreement (FTA) between the UK and the EU is agreed by midnight on 29th March 2019… Continue reading No Transition is Better than a Bad Transition

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Where did it all go wrong for Corbyn the Brexiteer?

In the EU referendum 73% of 18 to 24-year-olds voted to remain and did so enthusiastically rather than reluctantly. The very same people often tend to be staunch supporters of Jeremy Corbyn and this is a bizarre dichotomy because, before he became leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, was one of the staunchest Eurosceptics… Continue reading Where did it all go wrong for Corbyn the Brexiteer?

It may currently seem tempting for some but we shouldn’t leave *now* with no deal

Readers may recall that I posted an article entitled "No Brexit Deal is Better than a Bad Deal" and I still very much believe that no deal is better than a bad deal. However, a minority of leave voters are now stating that, because Michel Barnier currently seems to be negative and pessimistic about Brexit… Continue reading It may currently seem tempting for some but we shouldn’t leave *now* with no deal

Why David Davis is the right person to lead us out of the EU

David Davis was one of John Major's Government Chief Whips in the early 1990s, whipping Conservative MPs to vote for the integrationist Maastricht Treaty which created the European Union (EU). He made a speech in August 2012, praising both the single market and the customs union and saying that, if we were to leave the… Continue reading Why David Davis is the right person to lead us out of the EU