Brexit

PUB NOTES

What's Gone On This Week: Toilet Paper Suppliers Are More Prepared for Brexit Than the British Government

Also, Lorraine Kelly avoids a £1.2 million tax bill after a judge ruled she has been performing the character of "Lorraine Kelly" on morning television.
NEO
2 days ago
politics

Stop Getting So Excited About That Article 50 Petition

The government doesn't care about your opinion! At all!
Mac Hackett
3 days ago
Brexit

Eight Days to Go: What the Fuck Is Going On with Brexit?

Theresa May addressed the nation yesterday to say that the mess is everyone's fault but hers.
Gavin Haynes
3 days ago
Brexit

This Is What's Currently Happening with Brexit

After the extraordinary events of last week, you'd be forgiven for being completely lost.
Gavin Haynes
3.18.19
Brexit

What Your Brexit Stockpile Says About You

Some fun 'n' breezy end of days content!
Joel Golby
3.14.19
Brexit

The Suffering of Theresa May

The Twelve Stations of the Cross of she who hath taken the sins of Brexit upon her shoulders.
Gavin Haynes
3.14.19
refugee crisis

Smugglers Are Stealing Fishing Boats to Ferry Migrants Across the Channel

Brexit might be encouraging them to take more risks.
Timothée Vinchon
Sophie Bourlet
3.13.19
Brexit

Six Highly Unlikely Brexit Outcomes – One of Which Must Happen This Week

As the clock keeps ticking, there's a hat-trick of Brexit votes in Parliament this week.
Gavin Haynes
3.11.19
PUB NOTES

What's Gone on This Week: A Rogue Man Redraws the England-Wales Border

And he can get fucked.
NEO
3.8.19
Travel

French Customs Staff Are Taking Us Back to the 1970s to Protest Brexit

Will we really go back to the days of stuffing holiday money down your socks?
Gavin Haynes
3.8.19
Brexit

Everything You Wanted to Know About Nigel Farage's Brexit March But Were Too Afraid to Ask

So you're definitely going to join March to Leave, but don't know how many hi-vis jackets to wear? We've got you covered.
Gavin Haynes
3.6.19
Brexit

Brussels Babylon II: An Insider's Guide to Brexit from the EU's HQ

NGO workers, journalists, civil servants, lobbyists and consultants working inside the Euro-bubble told us as candidly as they could what they think of Brexit.
Gavin Haynes
3.4.19
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