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- ObiterJ on 22nd May
Dear Brian, As ever, you have summed up exactly the mess that British politics is now in. Thank you. I ...
- Peter Martin on 17th May
If we look at the long term yields for gilts we can see that the UK government can borrow money ...
- sentinel on 17th May
Has there been a "collapse of Labour support" since Corbyn? Consider the share of the vote: 29.0% at 2010 GE; ...
- Rob Storey on 15th May
I cannot agree with your enthusiastic support of the Blair-Brown years. Yes, there were successes but it was the wealthy ...
- Brian on 14th May
Bob, many thanks for this helpful comment. Just two points on it. First, I don't think criticisms of specific aspects ...
- Oliver Miles on 22nd April
A bit late, but now see my article in Comment is Free" - how to cast a useful vote in ...
- Peter Martin on 9th February
"A substantial majority of MPs of almost every party knows that Brexit will be a disaster for Britain economically and ...
- sentinel on 7th February
What we need is a change in circs that persuades a sufficient chunk of the Leavers that staying in the ...
- robin fairlie on 6th February
Brian echoes my own beliefs; Michael Hornsby succeeds in explaining the horrible mess into which MPs have - (recklessly indeed) ...
- Michael Hornsby on 6th February
I agree with much of what you say. It is of course true that there is no such thing as ...
- Paul Sharp on 13th April
Brian, Delighted to receive notice of this post in my e mail. I was worried that you had given up ...
- Aidan on 12th April
Best of luck with your health, I have missed your wise commentary. Having read your analysis of the legality of ...
- Tim Weakley on 12th April
I agree with Lorna!
- Derek Tonkin on 12th April
The strong probability is that Assad is responsible for the chemical attack. But the publicly available evidence is not conclusive. ...
- Lorna on 12th April
Great to have you and your thought-provoki ng blogs back! Thinking of you and hoping the chemo/radio therapy aren't too wearing.
- Sheila Snowden on 16th February
You lived in branksome road, do you remember a lou Parsons, she was my great aunt
- Glen Plant on 27th January
Your point one. I do not think the common ground in the Miller case went largely unnoticed. The Government did ...
- robin fairlie on 27th January
Well written Brian. To argue that Parliament must, or should, vote to give expression to the result of an advisory ...
- Chris K on 26th January
Haven't been following you Brian for that long, but I can say this is another beautifully written and faultlessly argued ...
- Brian on 26th January
Brian writes: I very much appreciate these supportive comments and the vigorous actions that some of their authors are taking ...
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Notes for May (not Her, 2017) (10 comments)
The Brexit Article 50 trigger Bill : a greater betrayal (7 comments)
Syria: myths and omissions (with personal postscript) (7 comments)
Remembering the war: VE Day and before (9 comments)
Farewell to Brexit: some valedictory reminders (11 comments)
The duty of MPs and peers who support remaining in the EU is to vote... (6 comments)