Tag Archives: brexit

Brexit from the other side

I want to write from the viewpoint of those who voted for Brexit. In reality, I should go out and interview some people, but for the moment I’m merely going to imagine how they feel. My wife, who by now is probably sick of me opposing Brexit, suggested that people voted Brexit because they might… Read More »

Brexit is a shambles

Brexit is in a shambles and parliament in deadlock. I gave up following Brexit in detail and gave up Twitter a few weeks ago, although I had been researching Europe and Brexit in some detail. I had planned some quite extensive content but something had to give whether work or blogging.

The importance of standards in Europe

Standards are important because they level the European single market and enable individual companies to sell to 27 countries. Governments develop standards First of all, governments agree on fundamental standards and by doing so they set the playing field for companies to trade. Then businesses come in and develop their products based on these.

The definitive text on brexit

I want to write the definitive text on Brexit that would convince the other half of the electorate why we should be in the EU. The one great banger that would resolve everything, convince everyone, reverse this awful decision and take us back to the productive era before we were spending our time and energy… Read More »

How the EU can come together

Does anyone remember the war and how nationalism drove us apart? The EU is a solution for peace. It’s a great shame that Britain will no longer be part of that equation as they were a peacekeeper. The model of Anglo-Saxons (US and UK) in partnership with the Latin, Germanic and eastern EU made for… Read More »