Vaccine rollout programme – made possible by Brexit – leads to faster economic recovery from pandemic

One the biggest issues that many remainers were concerned about in the face of Brexit was the potential impact to the economy. For a long

Predictions about Brexit & which have come true

I am writing this on Saturday afternoon and, as tends to be the case with these things, by Monday morning things may be different. I

How the EU trade negotiation impasse could (and probably should) be resolved with a quick phone call

The torturous Brexit negotiations have been handed a lifeline today. Pessimistic noises were made on Saturday that whatever deal was there to be done was

Lexiteers were mocked for asking for open-handed immigration post-Brexit, yet here come the Hong Kongers

What with Covid-19 and the lock down that has been imposed on us all, matters such as Brexit have slipped down the agenda. However, it

One lesson the church can learn from current Brexit travails

The whole Brexit saga is continuing to drag on. The Guardian reported yesterday that Jeremy Corbyn was heading for a clash with his own party

Don’t make Brexit conversations the model for evangelistic ones

If Brexit has taught us anything, I suspect it is two things. First, we are all prone to listening to ‘facts’ that happen to support

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