The Final Countdown

CSM EDITORIAL And so in the final week (or is it 19 days?) there were five choices: Vote for Mrs May’s Deal – Highly Unlikely. Revoke Article 50 – Civil War. A last-minute longer extension offered by the EU before the 29th March/12th April with conditions (likely financial and attached to either a second referendum or some other significant game-changer like a General Election to … Continue reading The Final Countdown

Defending Remainer Dave

BY JACK PEMBERTON Since 2010 I have worked with a bloke called Dave. We’re good friends and our families know each other well. We’d do anything for each other. But since the summer of 2016 Dave’s been a Remainer and I’ve been a Brexiteer. We’re still friends. Nothing’s changed. I still work with a bloke called Dave. We often wonder who are these actors who … Continue reading Defending Remainer Dave

Gloves Off

CSM EDITORIAL So, the House of Commons is no longer representative of British voters. Many years of political apathy in Britain have allowed a bunch of careerists, amateurs and Marxists to steal the green benches. A Remain Parliament voted for itself last night and this will not be fast forgotten. The obvious route from here – after a delay to Brexit is called for today … Continue reading Gloves Off

Vote May’s Deal Down

BY JAMIE FOSTER Theresa May’s deal looks dead in the water after Geoffrey Cox the Attorney General gave his advice that the legal risk of being stuck indefinitely in the backstop remained unchanged despite new legal documents secured from Strasbourg. While there still stands to be a vote on the deal, the DUP has already said they will be rejecting the deal following Geoffrey Cox’s … Continue reading Vote May’s Deal Down

Towards a British Constitution

BY PAUL NEWALL The First Amendment of the US constitution should be adored. Granted that when the original US constitution was written, it was fanciful and flawed. Slaves for instance were regarded as two thirds of a human being which wasn’t quite as racist as you might think being as there were as many white bond slaves in this era as there were black African … Continue reading Towards a British Constitution