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CAP explained to Brexit fools

If you don’t mind I share with you snippets of a discussion on a Facebook page about, well EU politics of course….. As a large chunk of the EU budget is spent on agricultural support the conversation drifted to talking … Continue reading

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Honey, I shrunk the economy!

Study hailed by BBC and Brexit voters is slagged by peers Continue reading

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Conservative Peer Edmund Limerick Brexit Resignation speech. Chapeau!

I’d like to share with you a resignation speech from a Tory Peer, who is ‘crossing the floor’ to the Liberal Democrats, shared with his permission. His speech makes so much sense. I dare any of the leave brigade to counter … Continue reading

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Yes I am Marching again on March 25

I think the last time I was angry and motivated enough to join a protest march was at an anti-Vietnam-war Jane Fonda rally in Ann Arbor Michigan in the seventies. I now have RyanAir flights booked to join an anti Brexit … Continue reading

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Is one size fits all the only way to imagining UK in a Eurozone?

    When Europhobes  like Mark Conway post comments like ‘one size can’t fit all’ what they really fall for is a myth propagated by inept politicians that a nation has to have control of its own currency as some … Continue reading

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Hannan twists the facts – again

It’s always nice to see one’s accusations confirmed by other bloggers who spot the same lies. Hugo doesn’t actually use the colourful language I used, when I called Dan Hannan nothing but an ordinary #brexit liar Source: Hannan twists the … Continue reading

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Ukip’s inversed neomercantilism

One of the phenomena on the twitter #brexit hash tag that baffles me most is the incessantly repeated mantra that the EU has more to loose from a British exit than Britain itself. Invariably this argument is supported by quoting … Continue reading

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