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Archive for the ‘Brexit’ Category

20 pigs in Tory pokes

by allanbrame on 31 May, 2017

The Conservative manifesto claims to be a “plan” for a stronger Britain, but – apart from being uncosted – on vital key policies it is utterly vague. Voters are left in the dark as we are told that policy after policy is going to be ‘reviewed’ or ‘consulted’ upon (sometimes ‘widely’). No wonder Theresa May […]

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Inflation UP again – Brexit begins to bite

by allanbrame on 16 May, 2017

Inflation has gone up to 2.7% today. This confirms long-held Liberal Democrat warnings about the impact of Brexit, with businesses struggling to contain rising costs and consumer demand being squeezed. These worrying levels of inflation show the Brexit squeeze is hitting shopping baskets across the country. This is the reality of Theresa May and Nigel […]

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Best Deal for Britain?

by allanbrame on 11 May, 2017

Theresa May keeps saying she wants “the best deal for Britain”. We already have the best deal as part of the Single Market within the EU. As part of the EU, the UK has enjoyed stability and success, becoming the fifth largest economy in the world. As people realise the terrible cost of leaving the […]

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