Is “disaggregated Brexit” the new watchword for campaigners?

Now that former Foreign Secretary and London Mayor Boris Johnson is the runaway candidate to become the next Conservative party leader and ergo the country’s Prime Minister, everyone is looking closely at his every move and word. And this includes not just his character and domestic exploits but also the detail behind his “eminently feasible” […]

Brexit ABC

Your alphabetic guide to last week’s happenings and what’s to come for Brexit 25 March 2019 Article 50 has now officially been extended, after the Commons went through a series of Motions on the 12/13/14 March respectively, to first reject the PM’s deal (Withdrawal Agreement), then vote to avoid a No Deal scenario, and then […]

Will May get her heart broken at Valentine’s Vote on Brexit?

When the Prime Minister gave her statement on her ‘Plan B’, which largely promised to seek to make everyone happy, so they could vote for her deal (unlike the first time, which resulted in a historic defeat), frantic calculations concluded a second ‘meaningful vote’ would likely be held… on 14 February aka Valentine’s Day. But […]

Digital and health tech…. wait for it… revolution

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has his own app. Yes that is old news by now. Because he used to be Minister in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport with responsibility for digital, he is now determined to bring tech and digital to the NHS. Yes that, too is common knowledge now in the […]