Tuesday , December 18 2018
Home / Tag Archives: hard Brexit

Tag Archives: hard Brexit

A very European Brexit

European Brexit

It wasn’t meant to be like this.  Although Margaret Thatcher was supposedly anti-EU, when it came down to it, her scepticism was primarily a negotiating ploy.  Thatcher understood that the threat of a referendum was powerful.  It bought Britain its rebate, its opt out from the social chapter, and fortuitously …

Read More »

A cautionary Brexit tale

A cautionary tale about Brexit

Everything seems to be going wrong for Britain’s Tory government since the loss of the Brexit referendum and the resignation of David Cameron.  The coronation of Theresa May was supposed to usher in a new era of strength and stability.  Instead it has brought vacillation and U-turns, a disastrous general …

Read More »

Hard Brexit is the best option for Remainers

Brexit economy

The gut response of many Remainers is to support the softest of soft Brexits as the best alternative to remaining within the European Union.  In similar vein, hardcore Leave voters are determined that the only choice on offer should be a hard Brexit or no deal at all; with Britain …

Read More »