From at : "UK politicians have legislated and governed within such a constrained field for so long they are now literally out of practice. Westminster is no more than a Big Electric Trainset."
So 's analysis here sparks curiosity on the future of the 3 major parties in the UK and do Labour or the Conservatives stay the same? I think not. - Law & Liberty
I’ve only now got around to reading this. It’s seriously good. I made some related points here
More soon from on UK politics, but now is a good time to revisit her thoughts from last month: "democracy means you elect a new parliament, not a new people. That, in truth, is the only deal that matters."
Whether Boris will have a country to govern come July 22 is, however, something of a moot point.
New on Brexit : "We used to be good at running things. That was Britain’s superpower. And yet we’ve somehow lost the knack."
Brexplaining the UK’s Future from ⁦⁩ excellent
No deal — while not as catastrophic as Remainers and economists predict (any forecast that comes from Treasury or the Bank of England on this issue should be seasoned with a pantechnicon of salt) — is still far from a walk in the park.
Follow , will have a piece from her early next week on the latest...
RT from : "UK politicians have legislated and governed within such a constrained field for so long they are now literally out of practice. Westminster is no more than a Big Electric Trainset."
Helen Dale with some #Brexplaining at #Brexit #UKpolitics
Wrote this before Boris was elected leader but this is roughly where Brexit is at rn
1/n So wrote this on the Brexit/Northern Ireland conundrums; it's good, informative & fair: ... but I feel it misses a couple of factors, see next tweets
Brexplainer podcast to go with my 'Brexplaining Britain' feature is here: and once again, my piece is here:
And I need to be off now as I’m recording a podcast to go with the Brexplainer I wrote for the lovely Americans over at .