Brexit, disenfranchisement and unavoidable consequences

Recent goings on in parliament have put me in mind of this video from Yes Minister. It continues to be remarkably current despite being about

What are we afraid of? Thoughts on the Second Referendum march in London

In the wake of that march in London for a second referendum, lots of people have said lots of things. I’ve heard lots of poor

Can we all just calm down a bit: nobody is actually going to war

I know our position in the EU still raises the blood pressure of some but I wonder whether we can just get a little bit

I voted #Brexit. The Supreme Court judgement is exactly what I voted for.

It is unfortunate that I need to open up with these caveats, but here we go. I did not vote brexit because I am a racist.

The morning after the brexit before: some conclusions to draw

The results are now in. Two nations within the UK voted to leave the EU while two voted to stay. Every region in England outside

Today I will vote for #brexit – here is why

I have avoided blogging on the EU referendum up to now. I would love to claim it is so because of some deeper virtue to stand