Brexiters insist everything is rosy and will become even better after Friday 31st January, their independence day, when the UK leaves the EU. But the reality is otherwise. The pound, according to the Guardian’s...
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“We’re not just living through history, we’re making it.” Alyn Smith, candidate for Stirling.
Politics and imaginary hobgoblins
‘The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.’ H. L. Mencken
US/UK trade Deal
Angus MacNeil @ AngusMacNeilSNP tweeted on 28th November 2019: “USA/UK trade deal will only add 0.2% to UK GDP – lot less to US. But Brexit will cost UK 6-8% of GDP. (Eventual trade deals with every country in world only adds about 1.4%) – If these numbers were understood Brexit would end tomorrow.”