FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2017

Posts Tagged ‘EU’

  TAX AND SPEND I think the fevered talk of plots to dislodge the Prime Minister is exaggerated. Whoever is PM on Brexit Day better stand by for massive criticism either for paying the Europeans too much or keeping us too close to the EU. Better to leave Mrs May to take the flack is [read more…]


    EDUCATION MINISTRY HINDRANCE TO SKILLS TRAINING. As the skills and productivity crisis deepens, the Department for Education has come under savage attack from the mayors of Greater Manchester and the Liverpool City region. Andy Burnham and Steve Rotheram are getting into their stride in speaking for the North on a range of issues [read more…]


  NO ENEMIES TO THE LEFT. Jeremy Corbyn does not take easily to adulation. This weekend he would probably prefer to be tending his allotment than hearing “Oh! Jeremy Corbyn”, ringing out from the Brighton conference centre. But Labour’s surprisingly good performance (they failed to win for the third time by the way) in June’s [read more…]


  THE LAST LAP. The Prime Minister didn’t expect it to turn out this way when she called her snap election in April. The campaign was meant to deliver her a majority of 100+ so that she could go and sock it to those arrogant Europeans. In fact, there has been very little discussion about [read more…]


  IDEAS FOR THE NORTH AFTER BREXIT.   It’s a shame that SAS (Strong and Stable) Theresa May and Jean Claude Juncker can’t stop the trash talking ahead of their Brexit fight. They should learn from the dignified approach of boxers Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko who avoided throwing chairs or making lurid threats against [read more…]