Tag Archives: Article 50

Lessons from Ebbw Vale

The deed is done. The letter is sent. Article 50 is triggered. And the EU has confirmed that we may still have a way back. My reading of the runes is that attitudes towards and against Brexit have hardened, and there’s a good chunk of people who aren’t closely aligned with either but would quite […]

General Elections, Article 50 and Dates

In case you weren’t aware, if there is a snap general election, then I will be a candidate fighting to win a seat. So I have a “slight” personal interest in the following. There’s a lot of talk right now about Theresa May calling a snap general election. Number 10 announced today that Article 50 […]

Hope, not hate

It’s been 36 hours since three High Court judges ruled that Parliament must have a say in invoking Article 50. Just 36 hours. In that time emotions have run high across the land. Some of those who voted Remain feel as though they have some good news to celebrate – possibly the first for months […]

Here Be Dragons

As I was going into London yesterday morning, a familiar face entered the carriage at Twickenham. As we pulled into Waterloo, I got up and smiled at him. Vince Cable saw my Stronger In badge, smiled back, and we left going our own separate ways. This morning Vince has published the start of a roadmap […]

What the heck happens now?

The result of the poll on 23 June is undeniable if narrow. The (small) majority of voters want the United Kingdom out of the European Union. But it has become glaringly obvious that there was simply no plan if the Brexit campaign won. I’ve been trying to think of the possible options from this point […]