Brexit Musings (25) – “You Asked M’Lord?” Ask a stupid question, you'll get a stupid answer.

referendum

I’ve finally understood what the British people wanted, when they voted in the 2016 EU referendum to part company with those scoundrels in Brussels. This is where they wanted to be, on March 30th, 2019: Why didn’t anybody tell us… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings (22) – Hegel’s Song For Europe

Eurovision

I‘m going to try to write this post as quickly as possible, so I do apologize if my thoughts are not so ordered and logical as in my other posts (are they ordered and logical in my other posts?). The… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings (18) – “Passeports, s’il vous plaît.”

France

This is a fitting tribute to the future of reason, where everything is so logical and clear-cut. The UK has finally won me over, and convinced me to renew my UK passport even though I have a French one. The… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings (10) – A Happy BreXmas To You Too, Mrs May

May

Now Theresa – May I call you Theresa?  Thank you so much for your personal Christmas letter addressed to hundreds of thousands of poor innocent mugs like me, who couldn’t vote in a referendum that we never asked for. I… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings (7) : Sparks and Larks in the City of Westminster

fireworks

When I was a child, I used to cry my eyes out on Bonfire night. I was terrified of fireworks and had to stay inside and watch behind the safety of a closed window. For those of you who may… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings (4) – Brexiteers Should Be Treated, Not Opposed

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The short interview given by David Davis to the BBC’s “Today” programme and his piece in The Sunday Times, really got me riveting with laughter. It’s not often in the last year that I have had something to laugh about… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings (3) – Welcome To Amsterdam Schiphol

brexit

Well, not much to chew on this week, concerning Brexit. However, I do have an idea: with the tenors of the UK political landscape out of the country for the summer, maybe it is time to close the borders –… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings (II) – Whistle While You Work

Whistle while you work

Welcome to Brexit Musings – part II. Last week, the Brexit boys and girls stayed at home. 12th July Boris Johnson has an uncanny knack of coming out with great statements. Some time ago, in one of his more sober… Continue Reading

Brexit Musings 1 : “I’ve Started, So I’ll Finish”

Well, Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls, the Brexit negotiations are finally upon us. And this is where I get really busy because from now on, I’m going to follow what happens in Brussels very closely. Not surprising, because I’m… Continue Reading

The Evolution Of Brexit – (III) Vox Populi, Vox Dei

Brexit

In case you’re wondering where Part II has gone to, I’ve decided to post Part III of my Brexit trilogy before posting Part II. Just to keep in line with the illogical rationality of the Brexit vote. Or is it… Continue Reading