Archive: August2016

Five Reasons to Stall Brexit

16 Aug 2016
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Theresa May has assured the public that Whitehall is moving ‘full steam ahead’ with Brexit. She ought to stall until as late as 2020. Critics who urge her to pull the trigger on Article 50 are unwisely demanding haste given the scope of the tasks ahead. This will be the most complex series of negotiations […]

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UK Housing Crisis Now a National Emergency?

02 Aug 2016
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In her first speech as Prime Minister, Theresa May vowed to “build a better Britain not just for the privileged few” and she spoke of the “injustice” that younger people will find it “harder than ever” to purchase their own homes. Given the rising prices of homes across the UK coupled with the decrease in home […]

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