Well Brexit fans, that was a year, wasn't it? Everything that could've happened, did happen -- except for a 2nd EU referendum which (speaking hypothetically) if the Leave side won, might've put a stop to the complaining of Remainers who...
Welcome to London, 2020. You're in the former Battersea Power Station where the British International Motor Show is being held this week! Apple Inc's new London HQ is full of Alan Turing-esqe brilliant people glad to be hosting the show...
The best example of European 'Low Ambition' has arrived in the UK of all places(!) and British citizens should be enraged. After piddling around for over 2 1/2 years, the UK government is now putting out 'feelers' about how the...
The UK's draft Withdrawal Agreement is a fine agreement except that it lacks in one key area; The so-called 'backstop' portion of the agreement which has no end-date. It's a major flaw in the draft and it must be...
1. Theresa May's draft Withdrawal Agreement fails in the UK House of Commons by a vote of 432-202, the largest government defeat since the 1920's. 2. But all is not lost as most of those voting against the draft Withdrawal...
As per UK law, Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29, 2019. Which is the automatic default, by the way. Even if the government were to pack up shop and go on vacation, the UK...
There is a rock at the southern tip of Spain called Gibraltar which is a holdover from the British colonial era, and contrary to UK public opinion it served no useful military purpose during World War II. But it's...
With less than 50-days until the official Brexit date of March 29, 2019, no Withdrawal Agreement exists to guide future relations between the UK and the EU. Although no reference to a such a withdrawal agreement appeared on the 2016...
Q: Why do EU negotiators feel the need to have an Irish Backstop? A: The simple answer is that the EU has one set of tariffs (a tariff regime that's part of the EU's Single Market) and it's expected that...
Are politicians becoming irrelevant in the 21st-century? If you're judging them by their failure to create a legally binding Brexit Withdrawal Agreement that can be ratified by the UK and EU27 countries, then, yes, they have (all of them) conspired...
Some things look pretty obvious in retrospect, don't they? After the Conservative and Unionist Party of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland hired a known Remainer to be Prime Minister following the June 23, 2016 EU referendum, newly-installed PM Theresa...
STATEMENT: Being a British Prime Minister has got to be the least fun job on Earth. WHY? Because everyone wants you to fail! Opposition MP's want the Prime Minister to fail (don't take it personally) it has been thus since...
London, UK: Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative government loses a historic vote in the UK House of Commons on her cherished (and reworked) Withdrawal Agreement by a vote of 391-242, a margin of 149 votes. History: On January 23, 2016...
London, March 14, 2019: British MP's vote on a number of indicative votes in the House of Commons to help the government gain some understanding of where Parliament sits on each potential pathway forward through the final days of...
Either a country is led by a strong leader who controls the narrative or the narrative is controlled by others And because Theresa May allowed the narrative to be controlled by everyone but her since July 2016, the present moment...
In an historic referendum on June 23, 2016 a majority of British citizens voted to Leave the European Union, and the ruling Conservative Party of the United Kingdom agreed to carry out the will of The People. So far,...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's amended Withdrawal Agreement + the non binding Political Declaration + the Joint Instrument may be for all we know, the best possible arrangement for the United Kingdom to Leave the European Union -- but...
By allowing indicative votes in Parliament, Speaker John Bercow helped to move the Brexit process forward by a quantum leap. Image courtesy of the UK House of Commons.
1009-days have passed since the June 23, 2016 referendum and UK & EU politicians couldn't get Brexit done by March 29, 2019.
PM May arranged that she'd write the Withdrawal Agreement, carry the WA, deliver the WA and receive all the credit for Brexit.
It's obvious that the 'Brexit is a problem to be managed' view is inferior to the 'Brexit is an opportunity to perfect UK-EU relations' model.
Is Brexit the carrot that Theresa May intends to dangle in front of Britons allowing her to have a 'job for life' at 10 Downing St?
Swiss Air And so I set out on my second trip to one of the world's favorite (luxury) holiday destination - Switzerland. Tip: be sure to check...
Still no Brexit on Day 1030 of May's premiership and her party is gearing-up to oust her. But she's done well on environmental policy.
On Day 1042 of her premiership Theresa May resigns (effective June 07, 2019) thereby triggering a leadership race within the UK Conservative Party.
The Brexit Party wins a stunning 29-seats in the EU Parliament Election 2019, while traditional parties fail badly.
Things are piling-up on UK Conservatives, and if they don't get Brexit done soon they'll be out of government, possibly for generations.
A look at how UK manufacturing could receive a gigantic boost from (any kind of) Brexit and create millions of post-Brexit jobs.
Many of you have busy lives, so here's a refresher on the many benefits of the UK's impending Brexit from the EU.
Theresa May gives her final speech as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom at Chatham House, London, July 17, 2019.
19-days into his premiership Boris Johnson has (importantly) met with UK leaders and now prepares for the G7 meeting.
1160-days on from the 2016 referendum, will Boris Johnson keep his promise to take the UK out of the EU?
The EU says it won't negotiate a new Brexit deal (it likes the thrice-failed Withdrawal Agreement) so why do British MP's seek a Brexit extension?