Please do help support Between the Lines by: Liking, commenting on or even sharing articles; Following or recommending us on Facebook; Following us on Twitter; Donating on Patreon; Or following Between the Lines via Email. Thank you! As I mentioned … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up – 03/05-09/05
When I started Between the Lines a few months ago, everything was on fire. There was open rebellion in the Commons. Crashing out of Europe without a deal was a constant, looming menace. The Withdrawal Agreement was being constantly thrown … Continue reading Ch-Ch-Changes
Is anyone surprised? As I have constantly predicted against a succession of sensationalised media stories, Theresa May refused to step down from power yesterday. Instead, she is going to remain in place until she has finally overseen the outcome of these … Continue reading Four More Months! Four More Months!
Over the weekend, this writer took his partner for a romantic getaway in the Cotswolds. On the first evening, having had a lovely, if slightly treacherous, ramble up a large hill and down again, we wandered into a local pub. … Continue reading Seeking Council
So… besides the Huawei scandal, it’s not been a big week in terms of headlines. I’ll grant you that. As I’ve previously said, it feels a bit odd for me to be writing about something that isn’t Brexit. The European … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up – 26/04 – 02/05
Whoops. Yesterday, Gavin Williamson, Eddie Redmayne’s evil older twin, was sacked from his role as Defence Secretary. This was due to the fact that he was allegedly the source of the leak from the National Security Council over the Huawei … Continue reading Are You Gavin a Laugh
The People’s Vote campaign has been simmering away under the bonnet of Brexit since the referendum result was announced, all the way back in 2016. The million-strong march through London in favour of a second referendum demonstrated the amount of … Continue reading RE: Referendum