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Why have media interviewers so consistently failed to press politicians on the more outrageous or logically untenable arguments in the Brexit debate? Politicians may have let us down by placing dogma or party considerations ahead of the common good, but the media is not blameless in letting this happen. Continue reading →
It seems to me that there is absolutely no defensible argument to justify the implementation Brexit against the apparent wish of a majority of the current population – or to deny that population the opportunity to test public opinion in a confirmatory referendum. Continue reading →
The Britain which is approaching the Brexit date is not the same Britain as the one responsible for the two-year-old referendum vote. What possible reason could there be for denying the true democracy of asking its citizens in a second referendum what they want NOW? Continue reading →
Reports assuming that Brexit will happen are arguably just as manipulative as those suggesting it might not – but the phrase “if Brexit goes ahead” has acquired the status of a taboo. Continue reading →