It seems like some Brits want to rejoice their departure from the European Union with an independence style celebration. Perhaps they feel as though they are finally freeing themselves from the European Union, and regaining their National Sovereignty. Accomplishment-ceremony-education-graduation- photo by Pixabay.com However, for others it will be more like a day of mourning. A day … Continue reading Brexit between coins and chimes
After the elections on 12th December, there was hardly any time to digest and reflect on the results when Christmas was round the corner. The fact is that Boris Johnson got an absolute majority not expected by many. The majority was granted by Labour voters who, in pursuit of Brexit, put their trust in Boris … Continue reading Brexit on the Move, Happy New Year 2020
‘Let’s get Brexit done’ is being said everywhere, and the government is loudly proclaiming that the UK will leave the European Union on the 31st October with or without a deal. But there is a small problem, if not to say large, which seems to be coming to light. On one hand Boris Johnson has … Continue reading Is the PM bluffing?
The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has started to unravel his Brexit strategy with different leaders from European Union countries. In trying to highlight the importance of staying true to the referendum results, Boris Johnson boasted a certain style of Brexit negotiation whereby he wants Brexit deal or no deal. During his visit to Paris … Continue reading Where there’s a will there’s a way #BorisJohnsonandBrexit
The final phase of choosing a Conservative party leader is in process and will be decided by the Conservative party members. In two weeks’ time, we will know if Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson is to be the next Prime Minister. The impending problem which the new Prime Minister will have to face will be … Continue reading Two candidates, one problem: No-Deal Brexit
After the exhausting negotiations that Theresa May has supposedly been carrying out throughout the entire past year, including recent failed attempts with Jeremy Corbyn to reach a national agreement, we are back where we started… back to square one. The dilemma remains to be the same one that initiated the negotiations: ‘deal or no deal’. … Continue reading Back to Square One