The results from the EU election show a clear political split from Scotland and the rest of the UK (mainly England). The rise of the Brexit party was halted, while the SNP took a massive 38% of the vote entitling them to 3 MEPs. This was the highest vote share of any party in Western … Continue reading A Disunited Kingdom
The poor state of UK politics can be highlighted in the reactions of the two main Brit Nat parties to their hammering at the local elections in England. The final tally of results from these elections show that the main pro-Brexit parties were hammered with voters abandoning them in droves. The Conservatives were the biggest … Continue reading Can’t see the Wood for the Trees!
Or the Prime Minister Theresa May should be, but she’s still hanging on in (so far). But the time is up. Not just for Theresa May and trying to save the UK from itself over Brexit. Theresa May has had her third knock back in a row from the House of Commons and it’s … Continue reading Three Strikes and you’re out!
This week – assuming the Prime Minister doesn’t pull another stunt – will see the final votes on Brexit. The Prime Minister has failed to convince/ bully/ bribe (delete as appropriate) a sufficient number of MPs to back her deal. If she sticks to her promises (there’s always a first time) we could end up … Continue reading Brexit End Game