Why is Corbyn Pro-Brexit?

Jeremy Corbyn, despite what many supporters believe, has historically been opposed to the EU.  When this is discussed however generally rail nationalisation is raised as an example and it’s then pointed out that the EU doesn’t prevent state owned railways.  It's then also pointed out that Labour policies aren't really that radical and that many … Continue reading Why is Corbyn Pro-Brexit?

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When is a Majority not a Majority? Brexit and Korean Restaurants

Note: Credit to an article on infacts. for inspiration. When is a democratic vote not a democratic vote? When there's 3 or more options but only 2 on the ballot paper. 10 work colleagues, who don't know each other particularly well, find themselves in the pub round the corner from the office and after a few … Continue reading When is a Majority not a Majority? Brexit and Korean Restaurants

Liberal Brexit – It’s Democracy, Jim, but not as we know it

Roland Smith, a fellow of the Adam Smith institute and a self described Brexit "Liberal Leaver", has produced 3 documents which together present the mainstream Liberal Leaver position.  But what is this position, what compromises are its supporters comfortable with in order to bring it about and what does this say about the democratic validity … Continue reading Liberal Brexit – It’s Democracy, Jim, but not as we know it