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A Project Management View of BREXIT

April 24, 2017 // 3 Comments

There must be a beginning of any great matter, but the continuing unto the end until it be thoroughly finished yields the true glory. (Sir Francis Drake, 1587) As Mrs May’s intrepid BREXIT negotiating team set fair for Brussels, carrying with them the hopes and fears of our realm, are they [...]

A Narrow Escape – Part III

April 19, 2017 // 4 Comments

In the event last year’s referendum gave a narrow majority to the Leave vote. This caused howls of protest and outrage from the Remain side. It is easy to imagine that if the Remain side had won, there would have been whoops of triumph and joy from the Cleggs of this life. A Remain victory would [...]

PART II OF “A NARROW ESCAPE”

April 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

[Ed: This is the second Part of ‘A Narrow Escape”, the first Part is here.] Since the European project was clearly heading for a single State, I realised they would be wanting to have a single system of criminal law, or at least the same underlying legal culture and values. The big [...]

A NARROW ESCAPE – PART I

April 17, 2017 // 1 Comment

17th April 1997: the date of the seminar when Corpus Juris was launched – twenty years later: 17th April 2017 –  a jubilee of sorts … During the referendum campaign, the Remain side made much of what we called “Project Fear”. If we voted to leave,  they said, “We would be [...]

Stop Whingeing and Back Brexit

April 17, 2017 // 10 Comments

It amazes me how Remainers are allowed to constantly challenge and pressurise Brexiteers as the UK takes its bold step towards independence, and yet are never required to provide answers to the problems that would face us if we remained part of the EU. Anyone would think that staying in the EU [...]

Funny Business at No 10!

April 13, 2017 // 11 Comments

The No 10 petitions unit  rejects  a petition to get the UK out of the EU using the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties On 2nd  April 2017 I submitted a petition to the No 10 website  which hosts petitions created by  any British citizen. My petition, including the further explanatory [...]

THE APPLICATION OF EU LAW TO UK LAW

April 11, 2017 // 4 Comments

A great deal of attention has been given to this topic in recent weeks, in two distinct respects. Firstly, there was all the talk surrounding the White Paper on the Grand Repeal Bill, with the notion that tens of thousands of bits of law are going to have to be transposed in an indeterminate way. [...]

The Big EU-UK Question

April 8, 2017 // 9 Comments

The Government is exuding a great deal of confidence about the future outcome of negotiations to leave the European Union (EU). It would be nice to think we can trust the claims, but are they realistic? Or should we be adopting a different, less ambitious, less complex, novel and consequently less [...]

Good Grief!

April 6, 2017 // 14 Comments

Yesterday, the EU Parliament ‘debated’ the Brexit Proposals. I watched the whole thing on their TV channel so you didn’t have to, and it was astonishing, to say the least. (I am very polite here!) A debate, such as we know it from our HoC, it most certainly wasn’t. It was simply speaker [...]

Watch: Nigel Farage tells the EU they are behaving like gangsters

April 5, 2017 // 19 Comments

This morning the EU Parliament has been discussing “Negotiations with the United Kingdom following its notification that it intends to withdraw from the European Union… Here’s what Nigel had to say…     This video appears courtesy of the RobinHoodUKIP YouTube [...]
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