New Year’s Resolutions

I have resolved to write more this year. Saying so publicly is intended to encourage me to keep to said resolution—and to encourage others to encourage me to keep to said resolution.

The scope of this blog will probably change as a result. This blog was established as soon as the Tory election victory was confirmed, binding then Prime Minister, David Cameron, to hold his long-promised “In/Out” EU referendum before the end of 2017.

This blog was extremely active prior to and during the referendum campaign and has been less active since that time.

Although EU relations are important, there is more to fostering, supporting and developing an independent Britain than managing a successful EU withdrawal.

Consider this fair warning. I wish all of those who read and comment on this blog a successful and productive 2017.

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4 thoughts on “New Year’s Resolutions

  1. In an age where foreign powers or individuals own and operate the UK’s critical infrastructure for their own profit and influence, Brexit seems little more than window dressing when it comes to independence in any meaningful sense of the word. You are absolutely right that withdrawing from the EU alone will not deliver an independent Britain. Looking forward to reading your thoughts, and happy new year.

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