The run up to the referendum was characterised by some very sloppy investment research, often put out by large US corporations who wanted to side with Remain. Instead of wisely staying neutral and seeking to put out balanced well informed commentary some of them put out scare stories to buttress Project Fear. Few of them seemed to read the Consolidated Treaties, or bother to understand the intellectual and research underpinnings of the Leave campaign. Most of them put out forecasts that had plenty of bad cases for Leave but no good cases
By Steve Parkhurst, Senior Editor, USDR.
Looking at the news and opinion out of London each day.
We survivors placed our faith in this inquiry. It must go ahead – for us, and for the thousands of children whose appalling suffering continues
Almost everyone I meet seems to have a personal plan for Brexit. Even some friends who voted Remain have interesting ideas for it. I feel embarrassed that this column has not yet worked up its own blueprint.
It is as if hell has broken loose in the 137-year-old PSOE – and Pedro Sánchez’s ‘new political landscape’ could well end up producing the same old outcomes
Ukip, not Labour, is now the official opposition – and we will hold the Government’s feet to the fire
Friday 30 September will mark 100 days since the British people voted to leave the European Union, despite having the combined might of the political establishment, the global elites and the multinational banking corporations arrayed against them. And my goodness, we’ve learnt a great deal in those 100 days.
Fracking is great, the green movement is a religion, his dire predictions about climate change were nonsense – and robots don’t mind the heat, so what does it matter? At 97, the creator of Gaia theory is as mischievous and subversive as ever