Category Archives: What Is Best for UK

Important vs Urgent vs Important AND Urgent – Fighting Brexit

There are a number of campaigns challenging the results of the 2016 referendum plus the recently announced NCA (National Crime Agency) investigation. The issues that these campaigns are focused on are without doubt very important. The various challenges have yet … Continue reading

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The summer winds down, but the Brexit heat continues to rise.

Evidence of the damage Brexit is doing to the country is increasing, as is the evidence that the will of the people is changing. Some of the most convincing evidence of the change in the will of the people is … Continue reading

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Do you know how many people are NOT being protected in the UK/EU exit treaty? It is far more than you think and you may be one of them.

This article in the Guardian quite rightly identifies that British nationals resident in EU27 countries and EU27 nationals resident in the UK are not having their fundamental citizenship rights properly assessed or protected in the exit treaty negotiations. This comes … Continue reading

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Government excesses can no longer be tolerated, politics has to work for everyone.

In a Guardian article entitled “Boardroom excesses can no longer be tolerated. The economy has to work for all.” Theresa May wrote about how she wants to raise the standards of corporate governance, something that undoubtedly needs doing. However, there … Continue reading

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We must stand up for Parliament so Parliament can stand up for What is Best for the UK!

This week’s events clearly show the dangers the UK faces, dangers that go far beyond the immediate one of a disorganised and ill thought-through move for the UK to leave the European Union. For months now the Govt. has been … Continue reading

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Brexit minister apologises to peers for saying article 50 cannot be revoked

Lord Callanan, who was appointed a Brexit minister last month to replace Lady Anelay, who stood down for health reasons, has just apologised in the House of Lords for telling peers last week that article 50 could not be revoked. Asked a … Continue reading

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How can you transition to an unknown position?

There is a great deal of talk among the critics of the UK Government’s “handling” of the exit negotiations about the urgent need for a transition deal. Significant people and organisations are saying they “need a transition deal by the … Continue reading

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