News reports today from the UK describe the political situation there as “being in limbo”. Having recently written about Hell, this metaphorical reference to a concept in traditional Roman Catholic theology caught my attention. Is it a fair comparison? he word limbo derives from Latin limbus, meaning edge or boundary (of Hell), a sort of […]
France has activated its plan for handling the effects of a no-deal Brexit, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced. “The possibility of a no-deal Brexit is more and more likely,” Philippe said. “In these conditions the responsibility of the government is to make sure our country is ready, that the interests of our citizens […]
Hey, everyone! Happy Thursday! Thanks for checking in! Today, our government shutdown story comes from the airport, where TSA agents are working without pay and no longer giving a fuck. On a related note, if you haven’t seen the video from Cardi B’s instagram that’s making the rounds on social media regarding thoughts on the […]
The pound has rallied since Theresa May lost her Brexit vote and has climbed since yesterday’s opening levels after the PM won the parliament no-confidence motion. Brexit continues to serve as a barometer for sterling’s movement and unstable politics in Britain could see the wind change for GBP…
The prime minister offered to explain to the Labour leader why it was not in the Government’s power to do so.
Economists are right about one thing, we do generate crisis efficiently. More efficiently than anything else as a species. They are insulated by elite social closure and misogyny and so they didnt realise that applied to them. They dont know what efficient means either, or what it means to say a correction is efficient. They […]
The government has been slammed after producing official advice warning it would take more than a YEAR to organise a second Brexit referendum. The shock claim is understood to be contained in one-page document handed to MPs who have been to Downing Street for cross-party talks. It is understood the guidance details the timetable of how a […]
In Kendal (North West England), August 2015. Suzanne Plunkett / REUTERS The future of the northern border of Ireland? The loss of the European financial passport? No, it is a more prosaic topic that seems to upset the former British Minister of European Affairs, Denis MacShane, in the case of Brexit without an agreement between […]