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Saving Britons money

Jacob Rees-Mogg has been looking for ideas to unleash the potential of Brexit but it turns out that the best way was probably not doing it. This is the not much between the lines explanation of why the checks on… Continue Reading →

Glitches

“a sudden, usually temporary malfunction or fault of equipment” I am not too sure Brexit issues were a sudden event and they are clearly not temporary but the new normal for some. The Dover County Council is always ready to… Continue Reading →

The evidence is all around us

Even Simon Jenkins on the Guardian now reluctantly admits it is the case. But read the article better and you will realise that he would like to be part of the Single Market (or did he mean Customs Union, maybe… Continue Reading →

Gone for good?

The only question about EU citizens is to which extent they left already. And it depends on their personal circumstances including relationships, profession and assets. Some regrettably had to do it: they may have lost their jobs during pandemic or… Continue Reading →

The will of the turkeys

The will of the turkeys

Coffee anyone?

How can it be that all the countries in Europe have Covid, all the countries have the app based on the same iOS/Android framework and all the countries have fruit and vegetables on the shelves apart Britannia? Wake up people… Continue Reading →

Trolled by the fish

How Norway refused access to their waters and are still selling their cod to British consumers. Trolled or trolls?

Economic vandalism

So the numbers are in and continue to show a decline in the trade with the EU which is not shown for instance in the trade with non-EU countries. So it must be something specific that happened between the UK… Continue Reading →

Freedom to lie

The worst type of hypocrite on full display here and with the arrogance of thinking we are all stupid. Dyson moved to Singapore for product marketing and tax reasons which is something that you are entitled to do as an… Continue Reading →

We hold all the chocolate

I am sure customers in Europe will survive without British chocolate. Happy Easter even if you have to compromise with French, Italian, Belgian, Austrian (not Australian, Austrian, be focussed please), you name it. Chocolate — Read on www.nytimes.com/2021/04/03/business/brexit-easter-chocolate.html

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