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Brexit

Britain’s big divorce?

Brexit would affect foreign net contributors to Britain’s welfare state—and their British partners

by Andreas Edel 21.06.2016

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Has the ‘fuck you’ Brexit vote finally come up against the buffers of reality?

As Liberal western democracy crumbles, exemplified by the demise of parliament in the UK, the reigning in of Macron in France and Germany’s slide into coalition pantomime; the internet domination marches on.

by John Malcolm Watts 14.01.2019

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The UK referendum and the state of the EU

No facts, no trust, no absolute truths

There have been fundamental changes that have occurred since Great Britain had its first referendum on European membership. In the 70s there were no cafes serving ten different types of coffee to a clientele almost exclusively glued to laptop screens, running their businesses from flat white to cappuccino.

by John Malcolm Watts 18.06.2016

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Europe and the Brexit

A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall

Sitting in my favourite local café listening to Bob Dylans ‘It’s A Hard Rains Gonna Fall’ reminded me of the fundamental changes that have occurred since Great Britain had its first referendum on European membership. In the 70s there were no cafes serving ten different types of coffee to a clientele almost exclusively glued to laptop screens, running their businesses from flat white to cappuccino.

by John Malcolm Watts 11.04.2017

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