Thursday April 9, 2020

We cannot be bystanders to a no-deal Brexit disaster

When it comes to Brexit, the real act of treason is for politicans and others in positions of influence to stand by and do nothing

1st September, 2019

British politics passed the point of absurd some time in 2016, yet events last week still managed to shock even the most jaded Brexit-watchers.

Boris Johnson’s threat some months ago that he might try to “prorogue” or suspend parliament if elected to the position of prime minister was considered by many to be attention-seeking bluster rather than a serious threat by someone aspiring to the most powerful office in the land. Even allies of the putative...

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