formally open @newstalk

The public inquiry into the causes of the Grenfell Tower fire will be formally opened in the UK today. Retired judge Martin Moore-Bick will set out details of how the inquiry will operate. It hasn’t yet been announced when it will begin to hear evidence, or even where future hearings will be held. It is…

the Brexit Plan @theguardian

“Put plainly, this means that, to be considered valuable to the country as a whole, immigration should benefit not just the migrants themselves but also make existing residents better off,” the paper says. It proposes measures to drive down the number of lower-skilled EU migrants – offering them residency for a maximum of only two…

the Brexit dilemma

Ever since the final months of the referendum campaign that culminated with the June 23rd vote to leave the European Union, the debate about Brexit has penetrated every corner of British public opinion. Every media outlet in the country has hosted a debate about it and people have been particularly vocal on the subject. This…

and among other things, Brexit

The result of the British referendum to leave the European Union seemed to come as a shock for most of the public opinion in the United Kingdom and abroad and many today compare the electoral surprise of Brexit – for the general public as well as for the pollsters – to  the Presidential elections in…

did you say brexit

if Brexit means a European Economic Area deal (a so-called soft Brexit), it will be seen as a betrayal of working-class leave voters in favour of those in a City that wanted to remain. But if Brexit means instead a migration clampdown and little access to the single market (hard Brexit) it will fuel business’s…