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Recognising the emotional element
Speaking in the National Assembly on Tuesday, the First Minister said of independence: “The case for independence by those who make it in Wales is built not on the economy, to my mind, but o...
The problem with the 'f' word
The manager of Labour’s Scottish branch office has cut a rather forlorn figure recently as she attempts to hoist the flag of federalism as an alternative to independence despite the obvious ...
Boris Johnson was taken to task recently by a Swedish MP for using the word ‘liberation’ in the context of the UK leaving the EU. I’m not particularly interested in the precise definition o...
Free trade and not so free trade
Yet again yesterday, the UK Prime Minister told us that she wants a “good free trade deal” with what’s left of the EU after Brexit. It isn’t just her, of course; the refrain about free trad...
An immigrant from another galaxy?
Somewhere, in a galaxy a long, long way from Earth, there may be a planet on which the pronouncementsof Liam Fox make sense to someone other than himself. Maybe he even came from there and ...
Stupid or very clever?
Half a century ago, I remember my Chemistry teacher telling me that she was struggling to work out whether I was as stupid as I appeared to be, or very clever and trying to hide the fact by ...
Time and war
Responding to an SNP MP yesterday, the UK Prime Minister made it clear that there is a huge difference between membership of the EU and being part of the UK. And she's right, there is indee...
Responding to Scotland
To the great surprise of precisely no-one, I disagree with the response of Carwyn Jones to the announcement by Scotland's First Minister that she is going to take the first step towards cal...
Avoiding broken promises
In this story last week about the Chancellor’s little local difficulty over the increase in National Insurance, the Tory MP for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire came up with a real hu...
Identifying what's actually broken
Yesterday’s news was full of accusations that the Chancellor broke an election promise by raising the level of National Insurance payments for self-employed people. I think, though, that pe...
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