Tag Archives: EU

We get our country back

Listening to the referendum programme on BBC TV was an interesting experience overnight.  The graphics were good and gripping but, as the night advanced and the results tumbled in, I could sense an unease from the broadcasters.  They could see … Continue reading

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The EU and Euro fallacy

We seem to have the debate narrowed down to two issues, one on each side:  Remain are saying the economy will collapse if we vote to leave.  Leave are saying immigration will put impossible pressures on our public services and … Continue reading

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Oxon MPs and Europe

We have six members of parliament in Oxfordshire. Five are Conservative and there is one Labour MP.  Here is their stated position on the EU referendum as I understand it at the current time.  I will update as the UNDECIDED make up … Continue reading

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Grexit must happen today

What an EU shambles!  Last Sunday, Greece voted against austerity.  This weekend, the Greek left-wing government has put up a deal that accepts an austerity package but at a huge financial cost to EU members.  There are rumours that the … Continue reading

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The absurd and illusory quest for equality

I have been a Chartered Accountant since 1967 and proud of it.  However, I worry about a recent incursion by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAE&W) into the political arena. The Institute has decreed that proposals to … Continue reading

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