Month: July 2016

Defusing non-Brexit

I’ve been thinking a bit about how best to negotiate the situation in which the UK did not – or at least not in the near future – trigger Artlcle 50 to start the process of Brexit. The prospect that our next Prime Minister will be a reality-phobic extreme […]

illustration of european union map with flags, from 1 july 2013

Brexit tears

Like many others, I’ve been mesmerised by the news since last Thursday’s narrow referendum win for Leave. The pace of events has been extraordinary. You feel like if you nip to the shops for an hour it is almost guaranteed that you’ll miss some further seismic political event […]