The Day After Brexit

Thoughts and considerations after Brexit

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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

Vippes til Danmark

Whilst the post-Brexit Conservative-led UK is tilting towards the Indo-Pacific region, some of its citizens are tilting towards Denmark. It is not a joke (see what happened to Helen Browning’s Organic) and it may look sad unless we see the… Continue Reading →

Cheese et circenses

The ongoing pandemic crisis makes our time a challenging one. Despite the progress with the vaccination program we are lacking a coherent systemic view of how to exit the crisis and what would be different after if anything. Because I… Continue Reading →

A piece of meat

www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2021/mar/24/how-brexit-added-layers-bureaucracy-meat-exports Fantastic info graphics from The Guardian showing the red tape being introduced as part of leaving the EU and its Customs Union. There are now 26 steps instead of the previous 2 to carry out exactly the same activity… Continue Reading →

Normalisation

Getting used to something has risks. Are we living in a normalisation age?

Unlike Spinning Car Plates

I must admit I never got hold of the 50p commemorative coin and my passport will last many years before renewal so I suspect if I change the car I could get a new number plate without the EU flag…. Continue Reading →

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 →

1+1=3

Something is not right here: Holyhead traffic has fallen 50%, Dublin to France is booming, Dover is almost back to normal at 90% capacity. Either there is a trade boom between the EU and the British Isles or someone is… Continue Reading →

A parallel universe. Britannia

Honestly, it beggars belief the nationalistic discussion going on in the UK. After having said for four years that “we hold all the cards” and “they need us more than we need them” now not only we struggle to manage… Continue Reading →

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