Well, last night was something of a damp squib, as was to be expected. As I sat watching BBC Parliament and praying that it was all done and dusted before the start of the Chelsea/Tottenham game, I realised that a) … Continue reading Not-Particularly-Meaningful Vote
Since the meaningful vote in January, we’ve had some relative respite from the never-ending tumult of Brexit. While the threat of no-deal still loomed over us like a policeman who’s caught you drinking when you’re 15 (I’m still scarred from … Continue reading There’s a Storm a-Brewin’
I usually hate reading about stories that have been written because of the lack of a story. For example.: “NO UPDATES FROM PARLIAMENT” Or, “MEGHAN REMAINS TIGHT-LIPPED ABOUT BABY NAMES” Or even, “RAHEEM STERLING SEEN IN ASDA, EVERYONE LOSES MINDS … Continue reading No News is Bad News
It’s been quite a week in British politics. Well, sort of. More pertinently, it may end up being quite a week in British politics, but we don’t really know for sure yet. The formation of The Independent Group (the members … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up
For what seems like a lifetime, we have read headlines time and again that ‘Theresa May tries to appease the ERG,’ or ‘The ERG announces that they will never support the backstop,’ or ‘ERG elect to drive Britain over the … Continue reading Elderly Red-Faced Gits – Just Who Are the ERG?
So. Interesting times. While 8 MPs may not seem like much, they may well prove to be the first trickle of hope that made its way through the compacted u-bend of British politics in quite some time. The small group … Continue reading Chuka-n It All In