Jacob Rees-Mogg

Total 23 Posts

Ladybird Libertarians: Dan Hannan, Paddington and the pernicious impact of 1970s children’s literature on Brexit thinking.

8 min read
How 1970s kids books formed the intellectual basis for Brexit. In essence “Ladybird books” were a kind of propaganda but we never noticed — and a lot of people still haven’t. (Warning: “May contain Dan Hannans.”)

Brexit, one year on. Where are we now?

9 min read
The UK’s departure from the EU has just marked its first birthday. Yet Brexit as a process is one which is likely to prove a neverending cycle of rapprochements, spats, agreements and renewal of those agreements.

If Brexiters repeat a lie often enough, it becomes dangerous misinformation.

6 min read
No, the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine was not approved by the UK faster than the European Union because of Brexit.

Rees-Mogg burns the union at the stake.

4 min read
We’ve come a very long way from the promises made to Scotland in 2014 to secure Scotland’s place in the EU. Instead we are facing the absolute worst Brexit scenario which the Leave campaign assured us wasn’t going to happen.

Zero sympathy for those exploiting the fishermen’s suffering for political gain.

3 min read
I have a story to tell you about fish. No, wait, come back!

Why Boris Johnson must stop talking about ‘good British common sense’.

5 min read
Telling the public lockdown rules are just good common sense is irresponsible.

The return of the Tory howler monkeys.

5 min read
The British Government hopes that it will be harder for the rest of us to notice that we’ve got a bumbling and shambling excuse for an after dinner speaker instead of a Prime Minister.
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