All posts tagged leave

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 […]

Year Abroad. Part 13: Bridging the Gap

New year, new semester. After a two-week baptism of fire in the French examination system, culminating in a gym furnished with 400 white plastic garden chairs, in which examiners answer […]

Excuse My French Part 9: Departure

Sadly, this is my last column before I move back to England. The time has come for me to repack my gargantuan suitcase and start the journey back home. As […]

This Week’s Need To Know

A couple of weeks ago, I used this feature to highlight some beneficial factors the UK gained by being a member state of the European Union. It was the 11th […]

Home Discomforts

In the wake of the referendum, we’re left now with concerning uncertainty, growing confusion and big decisions being passed around like a hot potato. The referendum has been a big […]

Brexit: Pushing the EU off our dinner plate?

Prior to the referendum results, us a plenty were wondering what would happen to our economy and society if Brexit became a reality. Would the UK cloud over with stormy […]

Bremain or Brexit

The past few weeks of news have bombarded people with information on the EU referendum with the hopes of prompting a decision – Leave or Remain?   The influx of […]

The UK’s EU referendum: It is not just ‘the economy, stupid.’

With the EU referendum taking place next week, the Remain and Leave campaigns are both trying to get in some last minute canvassing to potential last minute registering voters. As […]