Tag Archives: EFTA

Otto the psychic octopus was wrong!

So Otto the psychic octopus got it wrong and democracy won the day, the high turnout attesting to that. And what a day. Besides the British people making an historic political decision to leave the European Union, they have opened … Continue reading

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The Home Straight

  After a month of what can at best be described as an excruciating, outlandish and gross campaign on both sides, bar for the increasingly effective effect of the TLA on the leave campaign through some recent positive mainstram media … Continue reading

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Brexit: recently from around the world

After a break from blogging to attend to pressing professional and personal matters, The Referist is back on line with another look at some recent articles appearing in the international press. From Canada’s The Globe and Mail comes two opinion … Continue reading

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Britzerland?

  An application by Switzerland for EU membership dating back 24 years has been withdrawn, the Swiss Parliament having voted by a majority of 126 to 24 for withdrawal. The National Council, the lower house of the Swiss parliament, voted … Continue reading

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The Leave Alliance

Our first post looks at the progress to date made by The Leave Alliance, a group set up in late 2014. TLA evolved from the Referendum Planning Group (RPG), and their earlier meetings focussed on the need for a clear … Continue reading

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