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Brexit and surviving Mrs Maybe

Robert Henderson The shamelessly   anti-democratic remainers are queuing up to cheat the British electorate of Brexit. Those in the media and the likes of Gina Miller  shriek that a hard Brexit is dead and it is already  reported that remainer … Continue reading

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What would be the effects  of a radical reduction in immigration to the UK?

Robert Henderson Ukip has embraced a nil  net  immigration policy based on a one in one out to leave the population unchanged by immigration. In the year ending Sept 2016   596,000 people came to the UK  and 323,000 left giving … Continue reading

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Theresa May decides to go to the country  – Start counting the spoons

Robert Henderson Theresa May has announced that she wants an early General Election on 8 June. However, this is no longer a simple matter of the PM going to see the Queen and requesting that Parliament be dissolved and  an … Continue reading

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How foreign imports sabotaged English cricket

Robert Henderson The  governing body of English cricket the ECB  is concerned about the number of foreign players playing in English cricket.  So is David Letherdale, the chief executive of the Professional Cricketers’ Association. “It is hugely disappointing that some … Continue reading

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The Vienna Convention on  the Law of Treaties gives  the UIK the right to leave the EU immediately

Robert Henderson If the UK is trapped for two years within the EU ( or even longer if all parties agree to extend the negotiating period)  a great deal of damage can be inflicted upon the UK  by hostile EU … Continue reading

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Killing two political birds with one stone

Resolving the UK’s unfinished devolution and the Irish border  questions Robert Henderson Brexit provides a wonderful opportunity to  deal simultaneously with  two major political difficulties.  These  are  the  unbalanced devolution arrangements  in the UK and   what is to be done  … Continue reading

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Article 50 is a poisoned chalice – Don’t drink from it

Robert Henderson Those who think that British Europhile politicians   will  play fair if Britain votes to leave the EU in June will be horribly disappointed. The public may think that if the British people have voted to leave the EU … Continue reading

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