Posts tagged ‘brexit’

February 16, 2018

Brexit Stamps

by duncanr

the UK post office is introducing a new range of stamps, marking recognition of the decision of 52 percent of those who voted in the referendum in favour of pulling the UK out of the European Union


December 7, 2017

The Disappearing Assessments

by duncanr

on 25th June 2017, David Davis went on national TV and said the Government had completed 50 -60 sector analyses on the impact of brexit

fast forward to 6th December 2017 and David Davis admits to a parliamentary committee that the government has done NO assessments of the impact of brexit on any sector of the british economy

is it any wonder folk treat, with a healthy degree of skepticism, much of what comes out of a politicians mouth !

July 10, 2017

May S.O.S. to Corbyn

by duncanr

strong and stable, my arse!

Help me if you can, I’m feeling down
And I do appreciate you being ’round  ballsed it up, now stuck with D.U.P.
Help me get my feet back on Brexit off the ground
Won't you please, please help me?

full story –

June 19, 2017

New Brexit Poll

by duncanr


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March 31, 2017

David Dimbleby Brexit Rap

by duncanr

so, the UK PM Theresa May has now triggered the process by which the UK will leave the EU

here’s what david dimbleby has to say about brexit . . .

March 15, 2017

Message to May

by duncanr

Irish MEP, Martina Anderson, addressing EU parliament during debate on Brexit, tells UK Prime Minister, Theresa May, to stick it up her arse

February 2, 2017

Caught in the Middle

by duncanr



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December 28, 2016

Wrexit Means Brexit

by duncanr

the old year is nearly done now – and a new year beckons

let’s hope it’s better than the last – filled with horrors too many to mention

amongst which was . . .

December 20, 2016

Broken Democracy or Broken Politics?

by duncanr

October 26, 2016

So Sorry, Scotland

by duncanr

a few months ago, a clear majority of those voting in Scotland and Northen Ireland elected to remain in the European Union

however, opinion in Wales and England went the other way and the greater population in these two countries was enough to swing the overall vote of the UK as a whole into a narrow majority in favour of leaving the EU

since then, many of those who voted to leave have regretted their choice as the ramifications of that decision have become clearer