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Theresa May Cries As She Announces June 7 Resignation
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Theresa May Cries As She Announces June 7 Resignation
May 25, 2019

Though it’s initial reaction was muted, GBP has moved decidedly higher in recent trade (after a brief selloff following May’s announcement), putting the British currency on track to end its record two-week losing streak of uninterrupted declines.

Government of Denial: Crisis? What Crisis?
May 15, 2019

Looking at the Conservative party as it is right now, it would be easy to believe they are of a different species, who speak a different language, who came from a different world – a different dimension even. Every day a new statistic of our failing nation feels more like the opening of festering wounds, the result of a banking-led crisis in 2008, itself the making of failed and weak politicians who caved into the lobbying practices of the most corrupt in corporate power. ‘Old Blighty’ now seems like a good term, for Britain is now so badly damaged, so blighted in almost every metric of well-being that society’s life-blood is literally draining away in front of our very eyes. And irrespective of your stance on the big issue of the day, Brexit is the result of politicians by the politicians but for the country, it is like Britain has had its throat slit.

Government of Denial: Crisis? What Crisis?
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Britain’s Brexit Armageddon
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Britain’s Brexit Armageddon
May 14, 2019

One matter is very clear throughout this Brexit ordeal. This is a combined collective failure of the United Kingdom as a whole. There is no unity, no meaning, no purpose, no discipline and no sense of comradeship in the UK – if there ever truly was.

Brexit – Can You Answer This Question?
May 2, 2019

We now know a lot more about the consequences of Brexit than we did. It was presented as a binary choice, providing no evidence of its real implications and yet we are told by politicians of both left and right today that the decision must stand. Why? It isn’t about democracy because democracy was corrupted as we have since found out. It wasn’t legally binding – it’s a promise. Politicians haven’t been trusted for decades precisely because they break their promises – so why is Brexit set in stone?

Brexit – Can You Answer This Question?
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Brexit – Now Just a Massive National Crime Scene
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Brexit – Now Just a Massive National Crime Scene
April 18, 2019

Just one report by DeSmogUk uncovered how a US-UK network pushing climate science denial and lobbying for a hard Brexit looks more like some global octopus with its tentacles wrapping itself around Britain. The real source of the $millions being spent is unknown.

Brexit – The Truth About the Economy and What’s Next
April 17, 2019

TruePublica Last December, TruePublica broke the news that the mainstream media had either misunderstood or blatantly misquoted a very particular study about the real cost of Brexit. The most accurate of reports of that study in the MSM stated that […]

Brexit – The Truth About the Economy and What’s Next
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Britain Tries to Confront Russia but Germany Is Being Sensible
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Britain Tries to Confront Russia but Germany Is Being Sensible
April 16, 2019

There is indication of realism in Germany, because although Berlin trots out the usual platitudes about supporting NATO, a recent Pew survey notes that 69 percent of Germans want greater cooperation with Russia.

Theresa May Is Never Going to Deliver Brexit. But That Doesn’t Mean It Can’t Happen
April 12, 2019

The European institutions ideally want to drag out the Brexit ambiguity as long as possible as the pressure for May – or whoever follows her – increases to do one of two things: either abandon Brexit altogether or call for a second referendum. 

Theresa May Is Never Going to Deliver Brexit. But That Doesn’t Mean It Can’t Happen
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