Brexit!

If you’ve been following my recent posts, you won’t be surprised to learn that I’m delighted that Britain has, narrowly, voted for Brexit. The vote kept me up all night, watching at first with trepidation, then with elation as the Leave total climbed ahead of Remain. The first step towards the reformation of Britain has … Continue reading

Judgement Day

Well, today is the day that Britain goes to the polls and decides whether it wants to remain in the EU or leave, and if the flooding is anything to go by, it seems we’ve gone with Brexit and the apocalypse predicted by David Cameron is already upon us! Of course, the result remains far … Continue reading

Can The EU Work?

On one of the televised debates about the EU, a youth stated, in reference to the EU, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Unfortunately, as a substantial number of people either can’t comprehend or are in denial of, the EU is severely broken. Now, as anyone who has been following this blog will know, … Continue reading

A Force for Good?

When they aren’t arguing that houses prices will fall and trade nosedive into oblivion, the Stay lobby like to boast about how the EU has held war at bay in Europe for sixty years and World War III will occur if the UK leaves. Now, it’s obvious that, even if the EU was such a … Continue reading

The Evil EU

There’s something peculiar happening to the EU referendum debate: those who advocate remaining seem to hate the EU more than those who want to leave. Many who are calling for ‘Brexit’ have an amiable enough approach to the EU – they don’t hate or fear it, they just don’t think it’s a good fit for … Continue reading

Stoking The Fires of Hatred

Recent events in Cologne have only served to exacerbate the febrile atmosphere enveloping Germany and much of Germany. We can only be grateful that Britain remains fairly calm and level-headed in comparison. Not that anyone in authority is doing much to maintain the calm. Now, I must admit that if there’s one thing about modern … Continue reading

Happy Holidays?

It’s that time of year again when Americans worry about whether saying Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays is more likely to cause offence. Luckily, that’s not a problem we have in Britain as most people, regardless of religious belief or lack thereof, celebrate at least the commercial aspect of the holiday or indulge in catering … Continue reading