Brexit Musings (42) – London And Brussels Get Their Wires Crossed Over A Faulty Extension

Reading Time: 4 minutes The original extension Can someone help me with understanding the extension? I thought that I was quite knowledgeable about Brexit, having been upset, angry and frustrated for two weeks after the referendum that I couldn’t vote in, having worried for 18 months about the continuing validity of my qualification, having been forced to spend money […]

Brexit Has Become A European War Of Religion

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Reading Time: 4 minutes The latest ramblings in the House of Commons just serve to emphasize what we already knew. Brexit has become a European war of religion. Like the Roman Catholics and the Huguenots, the Tudor conquest of Ireland, and the 80 years war in the Netherlands, Brexit is a religious war where dialogue is just not possible. […]

Brexit Musings (43): What Mugs We Are!

Reading Time: 3 minutes       How I miss the British sense of humour, being able to joke around and make fun of everybody – including “yours truly,” of course. I would really like to thank the Facebook user who posted this video because it really made my day and got my series “Brexit Musings,” up and running […]

Brexit Musings (41) – Hell’s Bells

Reading Time: 3 minutes I’ve been wondering what the special place in hell looks like for those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan.  – Donald Tusk, European Council     The Guardian was as quick to latch on to Donald Tusk’s rather unfortunate comment as you and I would be, in trying to escape being […]