Should regretful leave voters be forgiven for the damage their win caused?
I recall one day as a child, my mother was baking jam tarts. She took them out of the oven and put them on the stove. She warned me, the jam was boiling hot, and I wasn't to touch the hot tarts. She knew a lot more than me about hot things burning me, and … Continue reading Brexit regret and hot tarts
I like fish. They are the lovliest, most colorful, peaceful and harmless creatures one can hope to encounter on this planet. Some of them also taste great, and that's why the British Isles has a centuries old industry built up around their existence. Sadly, with the advent of Brexit, the most senior authority on fishing, … Continue reading Out of their depth?
Delays have quickly mounted up post-Brexit at UK ports, and the people who drive the Lorries are not happy. One cannot blame them. Hauliers seem to be lagging a short distance behind fishermen in terms of the Brexit penny dropping, but they are catching up fast. As paperwork clogs up logistics and expenses mount, it … Continue reading Logistics are no longer logical