The following was written by one of my fellow administrators on the FB page ‘Bring Back News To The BBC’. I would like to make a statement here that I am sure will be backed up by our other administrator on the page, Emma and say I am immensely proud to work with Abbas. The reason
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Friday, 31st March 2017: D-DAY FOR THE GREAT BRITISH POUND By Friday, 31st March 2017… Theresa May plans that Britain will have finally begun its exit from Europe. But as it does, trigger-happy traders and EU bureaucrats could and probably will unleash a devastating attack on the Great British Pound… forcing its value to plummet…
Anti-monarchy campaigners have called for the Queen’s official funding grant to be scrapped and Buckingham palace handed back to the people. The call comes after it was revealed the Queen’s official funding is set to increase to £76.1 million and £369m will be spent on Buckingham Palace refurbishments. The official grant is a small part
Here is a view of Brexit from across the channel by Claus Madsen I am not employed by any institution of the EU, but I’ve worked with the EU for more than two decades and I regularly spendtime in Brussels. I’m writing these lines, because in following the discussions here in Indy, it increasingly seems
The Brexit aftermath has exposed the Queen as an impotent head of state. As argued below this is not the fault of the woman herself but the fault of having a hereditary system. One of the advantages of an elected Head of State (HoD) system is that the head of state is usually elected through a
Campaigners have said Britain now risks a collapse in confidence in our political system, and have called for wide-ranging changes to Britain’s constitution following the Article 50 ruling. Campaign group Republic has said that the ruling highlights need to clarify the powers of the government, parliament and people – in a new written constitution. Graham
Jobs of the future may not have stable hours, holiday pay, sick pay, or pensions, the Work and Pensions Secretary has said. But did he say all he thought. We have added a few extra comments to what he said. You may have trouble selecting what was said to what was not. Then again is
I voted Remain and I was a bit shell-shocked the morning after the referendum. On the other hand, I abhor Donald Trump but I don’t feel any worse this week than I did last week. I do not know all the details of political history or of current politics. I know a bit more than
For a while anyway…..
Tens of thousands of families face being made homeless and thrown into poverty because of the new benefits cap , campaigners warn. However the work and pensions secretary, Damian Green, has said the cap, which will be lowered from today, costing almost 90,000 of Britain’s poorest families more than £2,000 a year, is a “real success”.