JEREMY CORBYN’S Labour is unlikely to win the June general election in the United Kingdom. At one point in Corbyn’s leadership campaign, though I believed it was unlikely, I thought it was possible that he could win a general election. … Continue reading Post-Brexit / Pre-Crisis Britain needs a strong PM
In 2011 Catholics made up 84% of the Irish population. Now Catholics account for just 78%. Continue reading The death of Catholic schools in Malta and Ireland?
With Soros, it’s not only that he’s a billionaire and ultra-liberal, but he’s also seen as a foreign influence with foreign ideas. Continue reading The (hated) Prodigal Soros
Spain, good old España, home to the sun and the sea and La Liga, has emerged almost by fluke to be an important player in Brexit. Scotland and Gibraltar and it seems also Ireland are looking towards Madrid anticipating their next moves. … Continue reading Spain: between a Rock and a Loch
Chief Minister of Gibraltar Fabian Picardo said today that shared sovereignty with Spain would “strip us of who we are.” “Our day to day lives would not be the lives that would we live today. We would be living in … Continue reading ‘We would be living in someone else’s land’ – Gibraltar’s Chief Minister