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How MPs make claims that are based on dishonesty or ignorance


As Parliament reopens today one of their senior MPs in Scotland has over the last few hours been stating very clearly on twitter that “I would have no hesitation in voting against any legislation which would allow chlorinated chicken or … Continue reading

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How close to solving the problem are we?


Over the last few days I have seen a number of pieces being posted on the internet about the future of our economy beyond the 31st December and the prospects of trade deals. This image was published just over two … Continue reading

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Less than a week in Politics leads to a major U turn from Boris


According to Boris Johnson speaking at a Primary School in Hertfordshire on Friday “We’re moving now from a world I think in which we have to impose a huge one size fits all national lock down programme to one in … Continue reading

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US grass may not be so green after the shackles are removed!


A few days ago on Radio 4 I heard Donald Trump stating “There is tremendous potential in that trade deal. I say probably two or even three times of what we’re doing right now.” It turns out that the piece … Continue reading

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The penny that finally dropped after 1085 days


It seems like good news that on 14th June this year, Liam Fox finally grasped that WTO terms for our nation outside of the EU would be a terrible mistake. He has stated this in slightly less precise terminology, presumably … Continue reading

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Is it time for Liam and colleagues to follow his advice?


Just over seven years ago on 21st February 2012 Liam Fox made a rather radical suggestion in the pages of the Financial Times, that of course had nothing to do with the workplace that he had been part of for … Continue reading

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“We have a leave population and a remain Parliament”


Speaking this morning on the Andrew Marr show, Liam Fox made the above comment, proving that his capacity to understand his colleagues and the nation his Government is supposed to be leading and serving is close to zero. Tragically Liam … Continue reading

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Three powerful Ministers speaking nonsense


Over the last few days there have been a series of concerning statements from several senior Government Ministers that relate to our departure from the European Union. They have emerged at the same time as Donald Trump was broadcast getting … Continue reading

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So there is a clear plan for a No Deal Brexit


It appears that not only has the Government set out a clear plan for a no deal Brexit that it has been working on for 2 years as indicated in this speech by Martin Callanan made in the House of … Continue reading

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Is this ignorance or an attempt to deceive?


  The top image is a poster from the Department for International Trade which was published by Liam Fox on Tuesday on twitter with the tweet reproduced in the text below. The lower image is the information from the European … Continue reading

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