Thoughts and considerations after Brexit

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Spaghetti Brexit Bolognese

So where do we start from? Shortages are one of the staples of Brexit. We were used to having an offering and level of service that no longer is granted and, whilst some issues are also related to economic unbalances… Continue Reading →

We need them more than they need us

We are at war. Yes, we are at war with ourselves and the stupidity that Brexit is. The bad news is that we keep losing battles and, for those who like numbers, now we have also the latest GDP showing… 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

Bad Apple

If Amazon and Apple are switching to direct route I am afraid the change may well be for good. But hey it could be a good one thing: fewer lorries on the M25 and freedom to focus in new areas… Continue Reading →

Not World Cadbury Day

Some good news for the British Islands. American multinational confectionery Mondelez International – which owns Cadbury – announced that some production of Dairy Milk in continental Europe would return to the UK. If you consider that today is World Nutella… Continue Reading →

Ape Maia GB

www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/feb/02/beekeeper-stung-by-post-brexit-ban-and-threat-to-burn-15m-bees If someone is asking how well Brexit is going just send them this article from the Guardian. A fantastic case study including: The frustration of people not being able to do what they were used to The complication of… Continue Reading →

Hello new? world!

It is literally a Hello new world (or New World!) with the intention to capture thoughts, observations, considerations and emotions in a non politicially correct way from March 29th at 11pm GMT known as #brexit

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