No Way To Start A Trade War

13 March 2021 Despite all the screamingly obvious evidence to the contrary, most of us hoped that by some miracle Brexit would turn out well. We still live in hope, but the chances are diminishing by the day. Some of what is happening was foreseeable, and some goes even further than the worst predictions ofContinue reading “No Way To Start A Trade War”

Defend the Right to Protest Peacefully

The government has tabled new legislation, the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill. We are concerned that it will seriously restrict the right of citizens to protest peacefully. It is being rushed through Parliament and will have its second reading debate this coming Monday (15th March). We feel that action needs to be taken nowContinue reading “Defend the Right to Protest Peacefully”

Blue Passports and Narrowed Horizons

Aliye Cornish28 January 2021 Between 1763 and 1766 a young Mozart, aged just seven, was taken on a Grand Tour of Europe by his parents in order to show off his precocious talents. Travelling from Salzburg to Munich they then went on to Frankfurt and Brussels before resting in Paris for five months. There wasContinue reading “Blue Passports and Narrowed Horizons”