Tag Archives: brexit

  1. Can the Environment Survive Theresa May’s Premiership?

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    July 15, 2016 by Nash Riggins

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    Theresa May is definitely not one to mince words. She’s a no-nonsense politician with a clear sense of direction, and …
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  2. Republicans Must Learn From Britain’s Mistakes – Before It’s Too Late

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    June 28, 2016 by Nash Riggins

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    Like it or not, we’re living in an era of global consolidation. The geopolitical map is shrinking at break-neck speed, …
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  3. Is Xenophobia Team Brexit’s Final Hope?

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    May 3, 2016 by Nash Riggins

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    Immigration isn’t something you typically bring up at the dinner table. It’s a horribly divisive issue that causes even the …
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  4. Eurosceptics had better go back to the drawing board, because the ‘Norway Model’ is a sinking ship


    October 28, 2015 by Nash Riggins

    David Cameron is fairly clear about many things. For example, he hates The Human Rights Act. He loves dropping bombs …
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