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BREXIT Woes: A Twist Again?

Truly an utter disaster that keeps on giving, and unfortunately up till now we seem to keep on taking. I’ve written plenty about BREXIT but there are some twists to the story that I’m too weak to pass by without comment. As you’ll see from the referenced article link below […]

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Time to Unplug BREXIT!

From an overzealous growth plan to pure austerity; this in a matter of weeks by the same sad old government that is little over a month old. The newly appointed Chancellor Jeremy Hunt comes in with big inspiring changes summarised by the letter “U”; his focus being squarely driven by […]

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The BREXIT “Double-Lock”

The real double-lock we face in present day Britain is less about public finances but more about a representative democracy that has produced 2 so-called leaders that are keen to keep their eyes shut about the obvious effects of BREXIT on where we are today and the actual cost – […]

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Just How “Lyterate” Can You Get?

This short clip tells you all you need to know about British politicians moving through the ranks of political parties and governments/departments by sheer political gusts of wind rather than any form of even basic competence levels in departments they’re supposed to lead, let alone when luck lands them at […]

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BREXIT Woes – A Question of Colour?

There isn’t much for me to say about the following clip except this little nugget; It demonstrates in no uncertain terms how in post-BREXIT Britain racism has become a trend – a quite open/acceptable trend and the internal social & political fractures it’s costing the nation; not to mention values […]

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The British Conservative Party Running Out of Leaders, Running Out of Ideas and Running Out of Options – but Unlucky for us poor sods They Have Time to Kill

The worst part in all of this – as we’ve seen many times before – once someone crashes at No. 10, it’s terribly difficult to not only get rid of them but also select someone competent enough to take charge simply because the system is designed from the ground up […]

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