Yesterday evening – that is, the 31st January 2020 – at 11pm GMT, my country left the European Union. We did so after four years of heated and often hysterical argument. Nothing much seemed to have changed this morning.
“Tidings of Comfort of Joy” – so heralded the front page of The Daily Telegraph during their vision of Boris Johnson’s election victory descending from heaven with a chorus of angels.
One of the more
Let us assume that the European heads of government follow the lead of the Commission President in refusing to consider any further extension to our membership of the European Union.
I see no point in denouncing today’s judgment of the Supreme Court, which has ruled the prorogation of Parli
Following the drama of the past two weeks which culminated in the embarrassing behaviour of opposition MPs blocking the Speaker’s chair in the moments of Parliament’s prorogation (pictured above), we can hope for some dying down of the recent hyst
At the time of writing, a bill to delay Britain’s exit from the European Union beyond the October 31st deadline is making its way through the House of Lords, following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s loss of all of his votes thus far i
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is upset, humiliated, crushed, cornered and lost control of the political situation in the country.