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Wait and see.

The posturing from the EU is getting a bit annoying… What the EU needs to do is shut up, sit tight, let the dust settle in the UK, then assess exactly what the picture looks like. It’s a bit frustrating

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Broken Promises

Nigel Farage yesterday distanced himself from the “£350m to the NHS” proposal within minutes of the result. Nigel ‘man of the people’ Farage, in case you don’t know, would prefer a US style healthcare system, i.e. more heavily subsidised than

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Winners and losers

The thing with this referendum outcome is it’s not about who ‘won’ or ‘lost’. People who voted ‘leave’ didn’t win; people who voted ‘remain’ didn’t lose. If brexit is a good thing, we all won. If brexit is a bad

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Looking forward to my £350m a week

The fundamental cause of the trouble is that in the modern world the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent are full of doubt. — Bertrand Russell 1. I won’t mourn the loss of Cameron. I hope history accurately records his

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EU thoughts

Just over two weeks to go and my thoughts on brexit are still roughly the same. It is still the Leave campaign’s burden to convince people to vote against the status quo, and the Leave campaign has been uninterested in

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Neverendum… it’s only just beginning

(Warning: hyperbolic sentence:) Of all the terrible things the Tories have done, distracting us from real issues with the EU referendum might be the worst. The EU issue is stupid. It is self evidently ridiculous. We should never have been

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