This is another situation report written as an overview for those of you who don’t get the detail on Brexit from their media that we do in the UK. And, just like the last post there has been a great deal of activity, with many accompanying articles in the press,
Yes, there was an election with a result. Everyone is dismayed. And everyone has an opinion. I thought I’d let the dust settle before I wrote something. Instead, I’ve read so many articles on what happened: it’s this, it’s that, it’s her, it’s him, it’s the populace, it’s the ‘basket
Whilst I was away in France I began a post, but by the time I got back it was well out-of-date as political events in the UK continue to move both slowly (our actual exit from the EU) and fairly fast (what people say about our exit). Before I get
Is it a cliche to say that the events of the past few days have been, are and continue to be considerable? Yes, it would. But there are only so many times I want to shout out ffs and whaaaaat! Could we settle down, please, a bit? Just a bit?
Events, events – we now have the Chilcot Enquiry report on Iraq to contend with. And I have to say that the sight of Uriah Heep grovelling on the television and kind of saying ‘awfully sorry’ (and I repeat, kind of) with a trembling voice is more than I can