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Theresa May shows her steel by playing ‘the game’

January 20th, 2017|0 Comments

by Mike Nevin THE PRIME MINISTER'S Brexit speech on January 17th marked the opening move in the negotiation process that will lead to the UK’s departure from European Union. The UK’s best strategy through these [...]

Nicola Sturgeon’s bluff has been called

January 19th, 2017|0 Comments

by Brian Monteith THE PRIME MINISTER has called Nicola Sturgeon's bluff. The First Minister has been told in front of millions who watched and and the millions more who read about it after that the UK [...]


January 18th, 2017|0 Comments

by Ewen Stewart The fog is slowly lifting. The Prime Minister has finally put some flesh on ‘BREXIT means BREXIT’ and outlined the Governments key objectives over the BREXIT negotiations. While the devil continues to [...]

The mystery of the Brexit bounce and the dogs that howled in the referendum

January 12th, 2017|0 Comments

by Mike Nevin IN THE run-up to the EU referendum on June 23rd, you could hardly move without hearing prophecies of doom by the Great and the Good warning of the terrible consequences should Britain [...]

Trade deficit reduces thanks to Brexit vote!

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

The Brexit-related fall in the Pound Sterling has led to and exports boost that has reduced the UK’s trade deficit by £1 billion so far. The latest statistics from the Office for National Statistics said [...]

Twenty-seven countries want a trade deal

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Trade Secretary Liam Fox has reported ten countries are lining up to make free trade agreements while others are using the media to signal their intent to strike a deal. Countries known to be interested [...]

New Zealand and Australia want to help Brexit

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

The governments of New Zealand and Australia have offered to help the UK negotiate new trade deals with other countries by providing their own skilled trade negotiators on loan. As well as the officials being [...]

UK a world leader in media and sport

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

While it may not be everyone’s idea of the best way to organise television, the BBC arguably has the strongest brand name in the world and in some quarters still enjoys the perception of impartiality. [...]

UK’s cultural influence will continue to grow

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

While cultural excellence transcends national boundaries and Europe in general has, for centuries, provided a deep well of creativity the UK’s cultural influence remains a key advantage at both the elite and amateur level. Britain’s [...]

Britain leads in Soft Power without EU help

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Soft power includes international perception, global media reach, inventions, education, diplomacy, the charity sector, culture, sport and architecture and international events and the like. While measuring a country’s influence in these matters is clearly subjective [...]

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