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Brexit: two sides of a coin

Brexit: two sides of a coin

We have to appreciate that we’re only being told what they want us to know and, with these things, there is always a strong element of theatre in such negotiations. Both sides have their spin and nothing can be trusted. Michel Barnier is in fine form though,...

Politics: comment hardly necessary

I’ve written so much about the need for the test, track and trace effort to be localised that there is hardly anything to add. And, of course, I write from the perspective of actually having done the job in the field, working for local authorities.The way the...

Russians in the bed?

The British people are so dull-witted, numptified and sheep-like that they stupidly voted Leave.  They were conned by a claim emblazoned on the side of the bus.  No, we apologise: let’s try again. The real villain of the piece was an American called Mercer....

Brexit: most expensive education in history?

The Telegraph is telling us that is has “learnt” that Britain is close to abandoning hope of Brexit trade deal, and will trade with Europe (meaning the EEA) on World Trade Organisation terms.There are several ways of taking this news. It is possible that...

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