All posts tagged brexit

The EU Parliamentary Elections reveal how little we’ve progressed

The feeling of uncertainty has now faded. In its place is the face of doom, and with delays and dithering abound there remains a likely chance that we will crash […]

Does Comedy Do Enough to Reflect Cultural Diversity?

Mornings on Channel 5 continue to bedevil me, and amplify my cries for Mr Wright’s return. Therefore I’ve gone with something a little different – some aural entrées before breakfast, […]

The Ghost Of Brexit Past Has Returned. Once Again, He’s Not Alone.

A fortnight-long, self-imposed break from politics – it’s the one positive exploit I’ve engaged with this year that hasn’t been examined by a tutor, or squandered due to time pressure. […]

Yet Another Pensioner Becomes Frustrated With Government Votes

Enfeebled as she was, I have no doubt that May very well may have been expecting a majority on an alternative to her Withdrawal Agreement this evening. Once again, expectations […]

The Threat of another General Election is here. May’s lost another vote. Comedy or tragedy, fellas?

It is the 16th of March, 2019. Funny thing – if you take 16 and 3, you get 19. Hilarious stuff, sides splitting, ribs shattered, hideous pain – the lot. Unfunny […]

A Time for Action or an Action for Time?

This Friday will mark exactly 4 weeks until Britain’s intended departure date from the EU. Are we ready? Well, short answer – yes, with an if; long answer is no, […]

Labour’s hopes were always unstable. Are they now untenable?

The major political parties in this country have a real talent for impeccably abhorrent timing. Here I was, fixing to sit down and begin enjoying a week off from university. […]

Fifty Days to Fantasyland

Less than 50 days to Brexit and here we are – who’d a think it? My perpetual moodiness with all things EU is being tempered while I write this, thanks […]

40 Seconds of Silence

“They say my system is overloaded” – Ariana Grande Mark my words – 2019 will be a year marked by unfettered, unending division. Politically. Publicly. Whatever such schisms develop into […]