As soon as the referendum was won for #leave you could feel the fear hitting their leading campaigners. They didn’t expect to win (As Farage admitted defeat and then changed … Continue reading A Norway #Brexit?
It has been a long 72 hours attached to the news cycle and my social media feeds. It was therefore a welcome break to be at OpenHeaven this morning but … Continue reading Where Next?
Politics in the UK changed dramatically on Friday morning. Not just the referendum result itself but the ramifications for the leadership of the political parties. Clearly Cameron understood this and … Continue reading Labour Party Coup Begins
I started to ‘live blog’ the referendum last night but couldn’t keep up with a blog and Twitter and Facebook as well as try to watch the BBC coverage. I … Continue reading If you thought a Week was a long time in politics
So 84 Tory MPs who were for BREXIT have signed a letter, organised by a Tory MP Friend Robert Syms, telling him they are grateful they have been for the … Continue reading Is Cameron Safe Regardless
There have been no Exit Polls today for us all the mull over as the polls close. I am sure all those who watched the 2015 General Election will remember … Continue reading No Exit Poll but On Day Poll gives it to Remain
It is 10pm and the #Eureferendum polling is finally closed. To be honest it couldn’t come a moment sooner. This has been an awful campaign that unleashed a nastier side … Continue reading Glad it’s Over
The referendum campaign has at times been ugly. Last week I wrote a lengthy piece on how just ugly our politics had become and hoped that after the 23rd June … Continue reading The National Interest to #Remain
The cold blooded murder of Jo Cox MP is still raw and there is a lot more to be written over the coming weeks about various aspects of this terrible … Continue reading MPs will demand nothing changes in accessibility for constituents
With just a week to go I had planned to write a blog this evening urging a Remain vote next week and pointing out what an awful campaign this had … Continue reading A Terrible Time for British Politics
Like the majority of people in Britain I didn’t intend to listen to the Prime Minister’s speech to the Party faithful in Manchester yesterday. However, I got my timing wrong … Continue reading Rhetoric v Reality
Over the last few weeks I have been enjoying observing the political earthquake that has unfolded during the Labour Leadership election campaign and the subsequent victory of Jeremy Corbyn. I … Continue reading Time to Watch it all Unfold