Hasta La Vista, May-by

No Weekly Wrap-up today, gang. A rare busy Friday in politics means that there are more pressing matters to write about – I will try to wrap up the week in Monday’s article instead.  In yesterday’s admittedly slightly long-winded and rambling article (I was extremely cross with our Theresa, apologies), I wondered about what might…

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Media and EUdia

Hey there, friend. We need to talk. Breaking from the usual, simplified version of the news that Between the Lines usually does on mornings like this, I’m here to talk to you about the media. You might have heard a few things about yesterday in the press. To look at the BBC alone, a self-proclaimed…

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Madcap Recap

OK team, today’s going to be a biggie – for the first time ever, Parliament will take control of political process, with the affable (and occasionally laffable) Sir Oliver Letwin at the helm. Between the Lines has explained what might happen today, along with what is being tipped as the frontrunner for a new strategy…

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Amendmental Pt. 3 – This Time It’s Personal

It took three attempts. Three attempts to swim upstream against a torrent of human waste and chemical dumps. But, through all of Parliament’s efforts, victory was finally realised. Theresa May’s vacuum of leadership was dealt a coup de grace yesterday when, at the third time of asking, Parliament voted to take power away from government.…

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Soft-Core Brexual Content – Indicative Votes Explained & What Is a “Norway-Style Deal?”

Indicative votes appear to be all but confirmed as the means to try and smash through the clogged U-bend of Parliament, the plunger of common sense that will finally dislodge through the claggy wad of Brexit. The principle of these indicative votes is quite simple – different strategies will be put before MPs, who will…

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What Do We Want? When Do We Want It?

As I opened a bottle of wine on Saturday evening, rumours were just starting to come in of a potential leadership coup taking place in the Conservative Party. It made me realise that Theresa May must not have had a single day off in 2019. For a moment, I thought, “Poor old Theresa. I wonder…

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Weekly Wrap-Up, 15/03 – 22/03

A quick note for our wonderful readers – due to some recent upgrades to the website (i.e. figuring out what on earth Widgets are) we now have a follow button to the right of this article. If you would like to receive a notification whenever an article is published, please do take the 30 seconds it takes…

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