Is Brexit on Hold…..?

The General Elections on December 12th will decide the new roadmap into BREXIT Las Elecciones Generales del 12 de diciembre decidirán la nueva hoja de ruta del BREXIT Οι γενικές εκλογές στις 12 Δεκεμβρίου θα ορίσουν το νέο σχέδιο δράσης για το BREXIT Photo by Craig Adderley from Pexels IN THE MEANTIME, CHECK THIS! reading Is Brexit on Hold…..?

Where there’s a will there’s a way #BorisJohnsonandBrexit

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

Shall we toss a coin for Brexit?

Four days past the deadline and the country is still in turmoil over Brexit. Parliament might have taken control from the Government but the mood still is not any less uncertain. Theresa May was not third time lucky after all! Her revised withdrawal agreement was rejected in Westminster once more by a significant majority. Now … Continue reading Shall we toss a coin for Brexit?

Is the answer to Brexit Blowing in the Wind?

Paraphrasing Bob Dylan, how many roads, how many seas, how manysleeps, how many times or how many years is it going to take beforethe UK is allowed to be free from Brexit’s Turmoil? With his song, Bob Dylan meant to show how life is constantly testing us with new challenges but nonetheless, we need to … Continue reading Is the answer to Brexit Blowing in the Wind?

Brexit: Shakespearian Comedy or Tragedy?

(Audio version of this post) In 2016 just after the Referendum, in a tweet to Prime Minister Cameron, the President of the European Council Donald Tusk echoed Hamlet’s famous soliloquy by saying ‘to be or not to be together, that is the question’. Last year German European Minister Michael Roth wrote on Twitter that Brexit … Continue reading Brexit: Shakespearian Comedy or Tragedy?