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Brexit begins to Break-up

Gerard Delanty   The Agreement reached on 7th December 2017 on the UK’s exit from the EU has established significant points of agreement that make a so-called ‘Hard Brexit’ less likely. Overall, this 15 page document is good news for … Continue reading

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Brexit is not Irreversible

The full text of Lord Keer’s speech:   http://www.open-britain.co.uk/full_text_of_lord_kerr_s_speech_article_50_the_facts

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OPEN LETTER TO COMMISSION PRESIDENT JUNCKER AND EUROPEAN COUNCIL PRESIDENT TUSK

OPEN LETTER TO COMMISSION PRESIDENT JUNCKER AND EUROPEAN COUNCIL PRESIDENT TUSK First Vice-President Frans Timmermans   UPHOLDING THE RULE OF LAW IN THE EUROPEAN UNION   3 November 2017 Dear President Juncker, dear President Tusk: We are scholars, politicians, public … Continue reading

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Brexit Must be Stopped

Gerard Delanty The Leader of the Labour Party has re-stated his positon, which is the de facto policy of the party, that the outcome of the Referendum of 23rd June 2016 must be respected. By this he clearly means it … Continue reading

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Why the EU must not give the UK a good deal

Gerard Delanty The British government has misled the British population and the rest of the EU concerning the referendum of the 23rd June 2016. The Labour Party has colluded with the government in a monumental act of deception. The first … Continue reading

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Last Chance to Stop Brexit

by Gerard Delanty It is now becoming clear that Teresa May and her government are implementing Brexit to achieve a new wave of neo-liberal globalisation. They must be stopped. They want to trigger A50 and leave the EU in order … Continue reading

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What does it mean to ‘respect’ the Referendum of the 23rd June, 2016?

By Gerard Delanty The notion that the outcome of the Referendum of the 23rd June 20916 must be ‘respected’ has been much stated by politicians. This is now as likely to come from the otherwise sealed lips of Labour MPs … Continue reading

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