By Kevin Dowd | Monday July 4, 2016 at 5:42 PM PDT | Comments Off on Decisive Brexit Referendum: What Happens Next? Part 2: The Disunited Kingdom
[See Part 1 Here] Besides handing down the vote to Leave the EU, the June 23rd Brexit referendum also demonstrated that the UK is a house divided. The vote itself was fairly narrow: 52% vs. 48%. Northern Ireland (NI), Scotland and London had clear majorities for Remain, but much of the rest of England...
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By Kevin Dowd | Sunday June 26, 2016 at 5:19 PM PDT | Comments Off on Decisive Brexit Referendum: What Happens Next? Part 1: UK Politics
[See Part 2 Here] Thursday, 23 June 2016, will go down in history as the United Kingdom’s own Independence Day. American readers will hopefully appreciate the irony. The take-home message is that people in the UK lost confidence in a complacent and corrupt European Union (EU) elite that wouldn’t listen to them and was...
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By David J. Theroux | Friday November 26, 2010 at 2:27 PM PDT | 2 Comments
Conservative Party MEP Daniel Hannan was perhaps the first major member of the European Parliament to rebel against the socialism of the European Union (EU) and its creation of the financial debacle of Europe. He has called for the disintegration of the EU and for his attempts, he has been silenced and then expelled...
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