BlogsJust Jim

May Still Standing

This week Jim notes that Mrs May has been able to keep her Brexit show on the road for now. He claims she has been helped by a hapless Labour Opposition and speculates that the EU are unlikely to bend…
chris
30th January 2019
BlogsJust Jim

May’s deal is still in play

Jim reckons the real prospect of MPs forcing a delay in Brexit, could help Mrs May get her deal. He also reveals the vital role of a Polish curfew in the decision to leave the EU!
chris
24th January 2019
BlogsJust Jim

Can May possibly get her deal through?

Against the odds Jim sill thinks Mrs May's EU deal can prevail in some form. With no agreement on any other options, he forecasts a last minute appeal to Brussels to compromise on the Backstop could see her through eventually.
chris
10th January 2019
BlogsJust Jim

Brexit: What happens next week?

The government is censored. All warehouses in this country for frozen goods are full. Preparations are underway to turn Kent into a lorry park. People are worried they will not be able to gain access to life saving drugs. And…
chris
6th December 2018
BlogsJust Jim

Then as now

Echoes from the past The Prime Minister goes to the country in a snap General Election appealing for support across party lines. The Irish border is a major issue in the campaign. Labour is led by a man whose leadership…
chris
29th November 2018
BlogsJust Jim

Business pressure on MPs for deal

The pressure on MPs to stop the Westminster pantomime and act responsibly will grow and grow as the vote on the Brexit deal comes closer. It will come from business which is fed up with the uncertainty. It will also…
chris
21st November 2018
BlogsJust Jim

Faith in our institutions under threat

The United Kingdom used to have a reputation for being a bit dull but reliable and honourable in the way it conducted its affairs. The Brexit process, which now sees the Cabinet falling apart, has wrecked all that. We are…
chris
15th November 2018