Once the Leader is firmed up and proceedings begin for the terms, it will be vital for the Chancellor and responsible negotiators to ensure they allow the UK financial market access to the Single Market. This will undoubtedly require the terms to accept freedom of movement. This very notion already unhinges on what BREXIT will… Read More Brexit negotiations: access to the single market
With BREXIT taking over the headlines, I thought it would be useful for a clear understanding of Article 50 to be laid out. The UK will be the first country to trigger Article 50. The wording in the Lisbon Treaty is deliberately vague, giving each Member States the flexibility of how, and when to invoke… Read More Article 50, Treaty of Lisbon
It’s October 2015. My first party conference. I just flew in to Manchester from New York. I don’t really know what I’m doing but somehow I just got through the crowds of protestors and press and find myself walking towards an auditorium. The room is filled with excitement. People elated; the first conference since the… Read More Tribute to Cameron
Succumbed to the pressure of being vocal about my vote. (Be gentle on me!) Keeping it short and sweet, here goes. Today, is a very important day. In Britain, we are facing the biggest decision we will have to make in the 21st Century. Now, I don’t like everything about the EU. In fact I… Read More Comments of the day
But will they be so sweet after tomorrow?
Regardless of whether you are IN, OUT, or SHAKING IT ALL ABOUT! Tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd June 2016, the British people will face the biggest decision they will have to make in the 21st Century. Providing the British public with a vote on how they feel about the EU is something which our Prime Minister, David… Read More My thoughts on the EU Referendum
Somber, forlorn and incomplete. Those are three words which summed up the feeling of leaving the Parliamentary Estate today. Jo Cox – a mother; a wife; and inspirational to many was sadly taken away from us. In the wake of the EU Referendum next week, it is terrifying to see the extent to which members… Read More A lost day