Wednesday February 26, 2020

We can only expect the worst from a British exit

Brexit/grexit What does it mean for Ireland?

16th May, 2015
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David Cameron’s re-election stunned pollsters and put the issue of Britain leaving the European Union firmly on the table. Showing how far removed British voters are from the long-term interests of their nation, they have re-elected a party which promises to impose more austerity, weaken social structures, and cut them off from one of their largest markets.

Democracy is a funny thing. The ‘media macro’ type of analysis done by the British media...

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