Yesterday I posted a question on my Facebook profile, and asked British friends – both based in the UK and elsewhere to give their reasons why they should or should not vote in the forthcoming UK referendum on EU membership. I never usually agonise about the wording of something like this – although the wording was important – and for me the aim was not to canvass people on which way they would vote, or even their allegiance to “remaining in” or “supporting a Brexit”. Continue reading “Should I vote or should I not? A question to my facebook friends”
What things could look like if “No” win.
An article in the Independent imagines what it could be like, if despite opinion polls were suggesting that the UK would vote to stay in, the result turned out to be in fact in favour of a Brexit. Continue reading “What things could look like if “No” win.”
The Spectator: the yes, no and undecided Tories
A piece on the website of the Spectator in its blogs section, published on 16th February, ahead of the official announcement about the referendum, lists the Conservative MPs in the various camps “Yes”, “No” and “undecided”. The list pre-dates the actual announcement of the referendum date – I note that the list does not have the Attorney General’s stance listed correctly. Continue reading “The Spectator: the yes, no and undecided Tories”