At a time when Japan is seeking more immigrants and investors to combat its declining population, this whole episode displays Japan in a terribly poor light.
Kellogg’s used to be one of the most respected consumer brands in the UK. How times have changed!
In other words the 17.4m who voted leave in 2016 were “ignorant” or “uninformed”. A second referendum is a betrayal of democracy.
Contrary to the “Project Fear” forecasts when we voted for Brexit, UK unemployment fell to its lowest in 32 years this week...
It’s not just an American problem. In Japan every year there are thousands who pass away alone, many remain undiscovered for weeks. Ironically in a highly urbanised society, most do not know their neighbours...
Her position is untenable. Whilst one admires greatly her incredible work ethic and endurance, especially over the last weeks, putting into play the sovereignty of the UK and agreeing to pay vast sums to Brussels for next to nothing, is a betrayal.
A salutary lesson. Get too far away from your base, whether it’s core customers or core voters, and lose touch completely with the real world.
That’s why centralisation of power into the hands of a selected few (eg Brussels/EU) is disastrous. Just as it was for Louis XVI.
She needs to renegotiate with Brussels by taking the £39b off the table
Mrs May needs to go back to Brussels and renegotiate. A deal which threatens UK sovereignty isn’t going to cut the mustard.