Tag Archives: Brexit
As journalists broadcasted: this snap-election certainly backfired. Yet despite the Tories’ losses, May will not exit. She struck a deal with the controversial DUP and will form a minority government. She may even try for her harsh Brexit.
Trump admits admiring smart murderous cookies? He even invites one to come and have tea with him at the White House? The murdering totalitarian cookie stated, his diary’s overflowing with invitations. He can’t fit in tea at the White House … Continue reading
Interesting: tomorrow Theresa May will trigger Article 50. The UK will start its real Brexit. Hard, fast, slow, soft, deal, no-deal: – journalists are waiting for the content of the official document to predict how things will develop. One thing … Continue reading
The government of Theresa May – or Mayhem as she’s nicknamed by UK media – has done it again. Today, news erupted that the UK Government has changed rules for EU nationals wanting to remain in the UK after the … Continue reading
Britain’s ex-EU ambassador suspects the costs of the UK’s exit from the EU may well cost the country over 40 billion Euro.
We are used to Trump’s awful behaviour. This morning, two British Members of Parliament nearly caused a tv presenter to exit the set. During the “Good morning Britain” television show, Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith (often called IDS) and Labour … Continue reading
Now that the US election has been settled – unsatisfactorily – the focus shifts to another headache. The media are focussing on the Brexit problem again. This week, hardly a day goes by without a Brexit headline. In a public … Continue reading
Today, the UK Guardian website offered an article titled “It’s only wrong when YOU do it!” The subject of this article by Dean Burnett is hypocrisy.
Over the past weekend, British retailer Marks and Spencer’s announced the closure of all its European shops. The official reason given was a lack of perspective and reorganisation.
Being very unprofessional and disregarding all proper journalistic standards … I just nearly fell of my chair, after landing on the UK Guardian’s website: “Parliamentary approval needed for Brexit” Well, this will certainly enhance the chaos caused by the UK’s … Continue reading