Traditionally, a technocratic government would now steer the country through choppy waters. But this time that could lead to more instability.
Posts Tagged: Eurosceptics
The referendum was meant to be about constitutional reform. Instead, it’s become an anti-politics storm which could have wide-reaching consequences.
Evidence suggests that there was a post-June 23rd spike. But a relationship with the referendum is contestable. And the normal trend soon reasserted itself.
The Eurosceptics are in the ascendant, and they feel pretty good about it.
A committed movement, armed with a strong message and moulded into an effective ground machine won out.
Those who say that they want to win the referendum “at any price” need to consider what “any price” might mean in terms of our ability to govern our country.
Trump in the US, Le Pen in France, Hofer in Austria and Brexiteers in the UK all draw strength from the same source.
A rigorous and consistent analysis should lead us to conclude that we are better off taking an active role within the EU.
Nothing in the current campaign gets close to the acrimony that lingered for long years after Maastricht.
Brexiteers peddle myths to themselves, and this leads them to overstate the weakness of the EU.
Here in full. Martin Durkin’s feature-length documentary, which makes the case for voting Leave.
Matthew Parris fears the People’s Army may begin to march through the major parties after June 23. It could well be their best strategy.
The pro-EU campaign is the most Eeyorish, doom-obsessed effort I have ever come across. We have a better message than them.
Now the official campaign is designated, all Leave supporters should focus on fighting the real enemy: the EU
Congratulations to Vote Leave and commiserations to GO. Now all of us must get on with mission of winning the referendum.
The rise of AfD poses a strategic challenge to the CDU: try to re-unite the right and lose voters to the left, or stick to Merkel’s guns and cede territory to an insurgent new force?