One year has passed since Britain held a referendum on its membership of the European Union, and voted to leave the EU. On the 23rd June 2016 the ballots opened in the EU Referendum, and by the 24th June, 52% … Continue reading EU Referendum: One Year Later
With only two days until the Government triggers Article 50. It is appropriate that I summarise the events surrounding Brexit from the referendum to March 2017. Continue reading Brexit: The story so far…
6 Months have passed since Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. So what has happened? Continue reading EU Referendum: 6 Months Later
As you know I was supposed to publish a series of articles about the EU Referendum, and the effect of it’s aftermath on numerous aspects of British and European politics and society, I planed this immediately after my post about … Continue reading Upcoming article on the aftermath of the EU Referendum.
An update about upcoming content on the blog Continue reading The EU Referendum: A look at the aftermath
Please note that this article was written on the 22nd of June, before the EU Referendum result. The EU Referendum has been the highlight of debate within the United Kingdom. But I cannot wait until it is over. The referendum … Continue reading A view of the EU Referendum: “I just can’t wait until it’s over”