The disgraced former MP and former Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind has waded into the debate on Brexit. His comments have of course been welcomed by…View More Response to Rifkind
This is a topic we have covered before, but it deserves revisiting. The blame for Brexit going badly cannot be solely attributed to politicians. Why?…View More Let down by the media
The Legatum Institute have released a new report. As readers of this blog will know, we take a dim view of their output. The…View More Legatum latest
This might be the most important post about Brexit that you read this year. Please share it once you have read it. Disclaimer: In this…View More BREXIT – The Truth Dawns
In the old BBC cartoon series ‘Monkey Dust’ there was a character called ‘Work Experience Kelly’, a teenager who couldn’t follow even the most basic…View More MPs and Journalists are ruining Brexit
Journalist Stephen Bush recently wrote an article for the New Statesman in which he criticised those advocating an EFTA-style soft Brexit. In the article he…View More Lessons from Norway
In a recent article on the POLITICO.EU website it was reported that: “Brussels is contemplating another way to keep U.K. trade going with the EU after Brexit that…View More Brussels open to UK rejoining EFTA
Simplifying Brexit Tomorrow (28/03/2017), Theresa May will issue the UK’s article 50 notification, which officially starts the process of leaving the European Union. This process…View More A simple Brexit?
Over the last few days, we have read several media reports that say Norway may be softening her views on a possible British return to…View More Norway open to UK return to EFTA?
Norwegian Centre-party leader says UK welcome in EFTA: http://www.aftenposten.no/meninger/debatt/Dra-til-London–Trygve-Slagsvold-Vedum-593338b.htmlView More Some good news