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One week before voting for the EU Referendum took place, a UK MP was brutally murdered, and to judge by the almost total absence of any mention of this since the day of the vote, people seem to have forgotten … Continue reading
A London law firm has started legal action to force a parliamentary debate and vote on leaving the EU before Article 50 is triggered. Jolyon Maugham QC explains. SY2E – Remain in the EU supports this.
A month ago, if you’d asked the man in the street, “Who is Andrea Leadsom?” my guess is that you’d have got little more than a blank look in reply. Even two weeks ago, post Brexit, I think you’d have … Continue reading
Boris, what is your plan to stem – and more importantly repair – the damage being done to the UK domestically, politically, socially and internationally as a result of your campaign for the UK to quit the EU? That is THE single … Continue reading
But they would wouldn’t they. The mood is changing in the EU and the UK has been prepared to speak out about the changes required. http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/25/eu-emergency-talks-brexit-berlin The people in the UK have expressed their opinion, even if deceived by Quitters’ … Continue reading
Lord Hills, the EU Commissioner for Financial Services, has resigned from the EU Commission. Lord Hills was leading the move to fully open up the services market in the EU, a market which would be of enormous benefit to the UK.