Tag Archives: Theresa May

A Tale of Two Countries

Britain seems like two countries right now. I don’t mean England and Scotland (apologies to Wales – and Northern Ireland, assuming you take a liberal interpretation of “Britain”). Rather we seem to be divided into two tribes, those who voted Leave and those who voted Remain. And, like the UK and the USA, we are […]

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 […]

The Straw Has Snapped

Theresa May trying hard not to define extremism but insist that it was right that peoples’ human rights should be restricted was not a good start to the morning. Reading David Cameron’s quote –  “For too long, we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens ‘as long as you obey the law, […]