‘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 31st of October used to mark the end of the Celtic year according to the Gaelic Festival of Samhain where the celebrations of Halloween have its roots. On the other hand, the celebration of All Saints, on the first of November, was added to the Christian Calendar to honour the dead. Coincidentally this year … Continue reading All Hallows Brexit