Hello Brett Murray Christensen(Checked the ABS number! Hence full name info. But don't know what GST stands for, guess sth to do with registration issues.) To establish my credentials, please…
Update on meeting with Kommun 28 Nov Anneli Fällman, Cautious Optimism No final solution as yet. But the Kommun opened the door a little by proposing they could investigate the…
We are all waiting with fear what is going to happen the 31 of october. Just want to know which agreements have been relevant during the Brexit negotiations?
Whatever the possible pitfalls, the latest being the row over the resignation of Kim Darroch, the British Ambassador to the United States (July 11), Boris Johnson will certainly become leader…
Yesterday gave us yet another unfortunate diabolical twist in the sorry saga that is brexit. Lord Justice Hickenbottom refused leave to appeal a decision, made in the High Court, in…
There is little doubt in my mind, that the current "malaise" in UK politics represents a virtually unique opportunity for the Lib-Dems to clean up the mess that has polluted…
Peter Sutton Reading this article it is both good news and bad news.
Tobias Wallin’s – “Still in the Bank” helps witht the good feelings, and sth will happen!
The good news is that there may be another opportunity to get the illegal referendum result declared null and void on the grounds that it is wholly undemocratic.
Clearly if that happens it is a very short step for the court to declare that May’s decision to trigger article 50 on the basis of an illegal referendum result (which she has already admitted she did) was not reasonable and therefore article 50 must be withdrawn. RIP brexit.
The bad news however is that the judge in the original high court case was fully aware of all of this.
He knew May triggered article 50 based solely on the referendum result because that had been established in an earlier court case. He also knew that May was aware of the illegality when she triggered article 50 because she admitted as much (through her counsel) in his court. She said:
How difficult will it be to establish new trade with non-EU countries after a hard Brexit? If you think that there is an easy solution with a ‘No Deal’ Brexit,…
I think the Chequers proposal is dead in the water. Neither remainers or leavers can accept it, if accepted UK will become a vassal state under the EU, and then…
[ad_1] A wonderful sample of Tobias Welin singing, further info from Spotify or his website http://www.saibotmusic.se Dance Dancing is generally considered an art because there are specific steps or foot…
Something significant is changing in British politics. The Lib-Dems are maybe coming to the rescue. I support them unreservedly, and will also help fund such actions from my small Swedish pension
The academic at the centre of the Facebook data scandal has said the social network is in full-on "PR crisis mode". Aleksandr Kogan's remarks came as he faced a grilling…
[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section” _builder_version=”3.0.105″ custom_margin=”1px|||” custom_padding=”1px|||”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row” _builder_version=”3.0.105″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” custom_margin=”1px|||” custom_padding=”1px|||” padding_top_1=”1px”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.105″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat” custom_margin=”1px|||” custom_padding=”1px|||” background_layout=”light”]
The party is over.
Howzat!!!! For cricket buffs.
Vince Cable is NOT OUT. He is most definitely IN!
He is perhap
the only politician (more…)
The biggest problem that we are all facing is that the referendum was, to all intents and purposes, a draw.
People who should have been given a vote were denied it, and people who have nothing to do with Britain were given a vote.
But as it was just advisory,it should just have been a warning that (more…)