Tag Archive for brexit

#Brexit. Situation update.

It’s a dogs dinner. 1 – Cameron wanted to cling onto power by announcing an EU referendum. 2 – He thought there’d be a protest vote and nothing more. 3 – No plans were put in place by leave or remain for actually leaving. 4 – We assumed the 27 other countries would move. They haven’t. They won’t. We faffed… Read more →

More #Brexit stats

I deal with data and logic all day. Brexit simply makes no sense. We’re not “taking back control” because the UK never voted against any laws that the EU imposed. It was just media spin and clickbait. Our politicians are unable to sort a piss-up in a brewery and the level of damage it’s going to cause to the country… Read more →

The Brexit front page of The Sun

Where do I start with this eh? It’s apparently The Sun’s idea of Britain, or the best bits of it, or reasons why we should come out of the EU. Or something. Let’s see what we have here. First, on the lower left, a chip shop. The ones by me are run by Greek families. Then there’s the Mini and… Read more →

OK. So, Remain Lost. Vote Leave won. Here’s my thoughts.

Not going to sit on the fence here. It’s my blog. Basically, I’m confused as to why people couldn’t see all this coming when they voted “Leave”. It’s perhaps the most stupid, ideological decision ever. We have a powerful economy here in the UK. That’s why it’s attracting people. That’s why we have immigration. If our economy was knackered then… Read more →