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Daily Debrief May 5th

It’s a huge day for elections.  Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland.  Local elections.  Several Mayors.  A couple of Westminster by-elections.  Police Commissioners.  Not a huge day for EU referendum news, but some stories are rolling on.  Meantime, remember to vote UKIP … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief May 4th

German Push for EU Army They told us that an EU army was just a fantasy – a nightmare dreamed up by eurosceptics to frighten the children.  Nick Clegg himself assured us that the idea of a European Army was … Continue reading

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Can the EU be reformed?

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Daily Debrief May 3rd

Operation Fear cranked up Operation Fear is alive and well in today’s Daily Telegraph Chief Secretary to the Treasury Greg Hands said the Single Market is the ‘most complete commitment to free that exists’. Alternatives are ‘fantasy’ according to Mr Hands. … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief May 2nd

Brexit damages friendships The Prime Minister has come and out and said the Brexit campaign has damaged his friendship with Boris Johnson! According to reports in The Guardian David Cameron said their bond had been dented. He said it was “frustrating” … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief May 1st

Two polls show its neck and neck Political focus deviates only slightly away from Brexit this week as we prepared for local, regional and PCC elections which are being held on Thursday. Of course we’re hoping that the fervent campaign … Continue reading

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Daily Debrief April 29th

Professor Patrick Minford In my debrief yesterday I wrote about the ‘Economists for Brexit’ and their argument Britain would be better off out of the EU. Today’s Daily Mail carries more on this story. The Mail reports that every worker … Continue reading

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