Tuesday, May 26, 2020

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How do we leave the EU in the ‘right’ way?

As each day drags on, it feels as if a consensus surrounding Britain’s exit from the European Union will never be reached, and that the deadline for our stay will recede endlessly into the distance. For nearly...

Another European Union story: We’re Tired

Two months ago, the European Council bypassed the proposed candidates the Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) had put forward before the European elections. As a result of this German politician, Ursula von der Leyen was nominated...

Whose march is it anyway – is protest politically elitist?

With the 'People's vote' march in London this weekend reportedly attracting crowds of over 1 million, the pro-Brexit 'March to Leave' was still taking place further north, but the small turnout provided some with great cause...

The Week in Brexit: Brady, Backstop and Back to EU

While not offering the same high drama and levels of government embarrassment as a fortnight ago, this week still provided plenty of intrigue and left the Brexit negotiations hanging on yet another knife edge.

Should Labour be the party of the ‘Remainers’?

18 months after the shock Brexit vote, the divide between Leave and Remain voters seems to be as relevant as ever to British politics. A recent YouGov poll, published in late December, shows a remarkably similar pattern of party...
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War commemorations during a pandemic: right or wrong?

For a nation that loves any excuse for a good old party, frustrations were riding high as Victory in Europe's 75th anniversary...

Male mental health hit hard by COVID-19

In the last three weeks, a charity has said that more than half a million people accessed training to prevent suicide.