Brexiteers like to argue that leaving the EU has allowed citizens to ‘take back control’ of law making from what is an undemocratic organisation and is therefore empowering. The following example from the news illustrates why the reverse is the case. A major oil and gas producer, Ithaca, has said that the UK risks being […]Continue reading "UK Risks Dependence on Imports as Oil Giant Warns of Starvation and Loss of Control – Jim Newell"
The cruel reality of roaming charges comes crashing down on unsuspecting holidaymakersContinue reading "Mobile Roaming: The Brexit Betrayal!"
Sometimes, the idea of reversing Brexit can seem like an insurmountable challenge. While in May, 55% of people thought that it was wrong to leave the European Union, a mere 7%, according to Ipsos Mori’s Issues Index, mentioned Brexit as one of the most important issues facing Britain today. However, history shows that monumental shifts […]Continue reading "Reversing Brexit: Learning from History’s Lessons"
In a recent article published in the Guardian, William Keegan pointed to some of the frustrations of Brexit. Members of the creative arts industry are witnessing the loss of benefits of freedom of movement and being stifled by the bureaucratic damage caused by Brexit. British manufacturers and the hospitality industry are struggling to find replacements […]Continue reading "Starmer has embraced a position that used to be confined to the far right"