All posts tagged brexit

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 […]

Acknowledge and Advance Onto 2019

2019 is here. There, it’s been acknowledged – let’s move on. I find that if you give the new year a couple of days, the optimism and enthusiasm that once […]

What Brexit Blinds

It’s fair to say that British politics has never seemed so chaotic. Surrounded by roaring tunnels, punctuated by the incessant howling of the London Underground, I have spent many an […]

10 Frowning Street? The Brexit Breakdown…

Today, November 29th, marks exactly four months until we are due to leave the European Union. Yet, the government is one for consistency, for Brexit looks as haphazard as it […]

REVIEW: Blood, White and Blue by James Silvester

“A present-day political thriller with a strong heroine in her abilities and identity” – this month’s must-read! Britain is a melting pot of racial tensions and economic uncertainty. Sir Geoffrey […]

Subscription politics.

Brexit won by a margin of 3.8% and although Hilary won the popular vote – it was only by 2.1%. If a government doesn’t win by a landslide is it […]

Does childhood exist anymore? If we aren’t going to change our society for ourselves, we have to at least make it better for the next generation

Who remembers being ten? I can’t say my first year in the big double figures is that memorable, but as far I can recall, it was pretty good. Yes, my […]

The Tyranny of Certainty: The Politics of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

It is safe to say that recent politics has been overrun by epochs of political tribalism. At least in the UK, that is, where the tumults of Brexit have divided […]

Brexit, Billboards and Big Money: The Role of Propaganda in Democracies

If you were to cast your mind back these two past years, you’ll find yourself back within the strenuous turmoil that was the Brexit referendum; strenuous, because it was an […]