Tag Archives: brexit

  1. Is it time for Theresa May to call the DUP’s bluff on Brexit?

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    December 5, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    In 1968, Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson warned the trade unions that if they didn’t accept his relatively modest changes …
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  2. Why the £50bn ‘divorce bill’ offer is a good move

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    December 4, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    People in the UK just don’t understand what negotiation is. Let me help them. In a negotiation, both sides go …
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  3. How President de Gaulle’s second veto of Britain’s EC application fifty years ago led directly to the Leave vote in 2016

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    November 27, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Angela Merkel’s domestic political problems could see French President Emmanuel Macron elevated to the de facto leader of the EU …
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  4. Why the deliberate obtuseness of Remain-supporting journalists demeans the Brexit debate

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    November 20, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    Whilst lying is worse, being deliberately obtuse to make a point demeans the Brexit debate. At no point did places …
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  5. These are NOT Brexit ‘negotiations’, because the EU can’t negotiate

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    November 17, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    In 2000, a document was released in which the Con O’Neill, the lead negotiator (from 1970-72) when Britain joined the …
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    November 13, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    I am going to explain how Clause 7 of the EU Withdrawal Bill this week takes away control from Parliament …
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  7. Why the UK has no financial obligations to the EU legally, but they do politically

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    November 6, 2017 by Paul Goldsmith

    In the end it comes down to money and uncertainty. The one big card the UK has to play is …
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