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You can always break a promise by making a new one – a politician’s definition

Following Boris Johnson’s victory in the election in 2019, the United Kingdom and the European Union came to an agreement concerning the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. Among the many things decided in...
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Brexit via the Backdoor

Following the demise of England’s worst prime minister in July 2019, the country was confronted with a problem: Parliament had become more powerful than the Government. The Conservatives, with a minority...

Brexit: let’s get shirty*!

  By George Worsley The UK formally left the European Union on the 31st January and pretty-well straight away the tone of communications coming out of this country has descended into threats and...

Will Covid-19 get the blame for Brexit frustrations?

  By George Worsley, international insurance specialist The British government’s handling of the Coronavirus pandemic has been shambolic: delays in taking action, poor communications, inefficient...

Boris got Brexit done, but what is Brexit?

  By George Worsley The United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union but there is still no agreement on trading relationships. Talks are on-going between the negotiators...

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