Yesterday, I put out the following tweet: Brexit was based on four assumptions: 1. It would cause the EU to collapse. 2. We’d get all the benefits of the SM without having to follow the rules. 3. We’d get a great trade deal with the US. 4. There would be a painless solution to the […]
Archives for August 2021
The important difference between rights and privileges
I had some fun on Twitter over the weekend. Here’s a tweet I put out there: One of my favourite Brexiteer lines is “If you like the EU so much why don’t you go and live there?” Perhaps because Brexit removed my right to do so? Although I didn’t tweet this to specifically phish for […]
What is the UK government really doing on climate change?
To say that the release of the IPCC’s report on climate change has caused much more of a stir than most green policy reports tend to would be a massive understatement. The headline take away of ‘code red’ for humanity in relation to the environment dominated the news in the UK on the day the […]
How everything became woke
Laurence Fox was on GB News last night. This isn’t news, obviously; Fox, maybe even more than Farage, is built for the channel. I watched his clip so you don’t have to. It revealed a lot, I’m pleased to say. I like watching Fox because he is one of the least sophisticated right-wing pundits in […]