A new political party appears in the UK, the “Free Railway” party. Its members passionately believe that all of the UK’s problems began when we privatised the railways, in fact they believe all rail travel should be completely free. However, they realise that this isn’t necessarily something the majority of the UK care about (most […]
Dear Giles, Recently you appeared on BBC Question time in Bangor, Wales and, of course, the question of Brexit came up around these 2 major points: whether or not EU funding for Wales would be continued by the UK government (it likely won’t) whether or not the UK government was listening to the regions re […]
In the recent Brexit select committee David Davis MP & principle Brexit minister admitted that the Government hasn’t estimated the economic impact of “No Deal” with the EU. He, and therefore the Government, have no idea what “No Deal” would mean for the UK. The Government has admitted it hasn't looked at the economic impact of […]
Originally posted on Joining The Dots:
I mostly shut up about my thoughts on the internet a while ago. In part because the idea that not all was well had gone main stream and in part because I began to bore myself! For the nth time I should point out that I work in technology and consider…
Note: This post is written in support of an open letter to MP’s concerning FoM, the Single Market and the economic impact of choosing one over the other. A so called “hard brexit” (a near complete severing of our links with the EU with a minimal trade deal in place) will cause economic damage of some degree […]
Note: This post is written in support of an open letter to MP’s concerning FoM, the Single Market and the economic impact of choosing one over the other. A key discussion point in the period leading up to the referendum was Freedom of Movement (FoM or more properly Free Movement of People), the Single Market, and […]
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