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The Aftermath

The Aftermath

On the morning of Friday 24 June 2016, it was announced that Britain had voted to leave the European Union by a 52 to 48 percentage split. 4 days on, and having had what was otherwise a very nice weekend, I am still shocked and angry and upset that the country has decided to turn its back on the EU. I don’t want to commit to this being the last thing I have to say on the matter, the matter…

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Once More into the Fray Pt1

Once More into the Fray Pt1

In my post last Tuesday, I was trying to ensure that as many people as possible were registered to take part in the EU referendum. And in what I am sure is solely due to the readership of this blog, and has nothing to do with the debate on ITV or the various events being hosted around the country such as the one hosted by the Evening Standard in London, so many people were trying to access the site to…

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Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Should We Stay or Should We Go?

Clearly one of the biggest topics in the UK currently is that of the EU Referendum. For those of you who perhaps live State side, when the Conservative Party (‘Tories’) were trying to convince people to vote for them in the 2015 General Election, one of the key points in their manifesto was that a referendum/vote would be held to decide on if the United Kingdom should remain part of the European Union. The Tories won the General Election and…

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