Tag Archives: Nigel Farage

An act of god?…..

  The story writes itself.   Unfortunately, as the national newspapers all originate in London this is from the “In Brief” section of today’s Times.   The political talking heads, in London, are all chatting about the effect that Nigel Farage’s capitulation … Continue reading

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49 Days

There is one problem that all the remain politicians and those of us who want to remain within the European Union (EU) cannot overcome: Legitimacy.   Much as I hate to agree with Boris Johnson on this point I think he … Continue reading

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53 Days

  So the latest news in the happy horror show of British politics is that the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is going to break the law and not ask for an extension … Continue reading

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62 Days

In life  perspective is everything.  This morning is a case in point.   I had an appointment at my local hospital because an anomaly had shown up at my latest eye sight test.   Now I have had some experience of this … Continue reading

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90 Days

  The votes have been cast and the result is in:  the Liberal Democrats have won back the Brecon and Radnorshire seat from the Conservatives.  This was the 18th winnable seat for the Liberal Democrats based on the last General … Continue reading

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92 Days

Beyond the probable disappointment of the Brecon and Radnorshire by election tomorrow there seems to be a small amount of good news for the Government and the alleged Svengali working behind the scenes Dominic Cummings.   It would seem that Nigel … Continue reading

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95 Days

  So the Sunday papers are in hyperventilating mode:  Boris Bounce; Election Fever; Farage  dodgy looking States side Brexit pressure group; Love Island – what isn’t there for the media to gorge on?   The old pre-digital adage  of today’s newspapers … Continue reading

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I do hope Boris can count…..

‘Tis the seasons for all things silly so I guess that may well be one of the reasons that we are likely to get Boris Johnson as the next Prime Minister.   The Conservative press seem to be getting all excited … Continue reading

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How dare the Brits do something so stupid?….Pt 2

Yesterday I wrote a piece about Brexit and Ireland – nothing new there – and how the political class in the Republic of Ireland, as represented by the Irish Times podcast Inside Politics, are starting to realise that for all … Continue reading

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So it is starting to like Al has got it….

So are we there yet?   Is Alexander Johnson the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland?   No and No but I feel we might be getting very close after his significant win in the … Continue reading

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