Total 18 Posts
Professor Chris Grey’s latest Brexit analysis on the continuing Internal Market Bill fallout, the lack of business and border preparedness for deal or no deal, the growing obviousness that not extending the Transition Period was a massive error, and thoughts on where it is all heading.
With the Internal Market Bill up for debate today it is probably worth looking at why maintaining rather than breaking international law is important if the UK wishes to have any serious place in the international community.
On what led the government and ministers to believe that the laws, whether domestic and international, do not apply to them.
How the failures of the 1919 Versailles Peace Treaty set the stage for today’s anti-racist uprisings.7 min read
The racism that is now the target of protest across the globe is rooted in the decisions made 100 years ago by white men from powerful countries who believed maintaining their dominance was more important than seeking peace through justice.
MPs should learn a basic level about the laws governing this country instead of tweeting their ignorance about refugees.5 min read
Let’s break Sarah Atherton’s letter on refugees and boat crossings down, and the spectacular lack of knowledge demonstrated by the MP for Wrexham in it, shall we?