Total 104 Posts
The withdrawal of the UK from the European Union on 31 January 2020, after a referendum that took place on 23 June 2016 when UK voters chose to leave the EU by 52% to 48%.
How did ‘taking back control’ of borders become record-high net migration?5 min read
After Brexit, the UK has had fewer migrants from the EU, but they have been far outstripped by people coming from elsewhere.
National Conservatism, self-pity, idiocy and English fascism7 min read
The NatCon conference in London displayed hard-right Tory views, blaming UK’s issues on migrants, the EU, and the liberal elite. The event showcased extremist politics and culture war tropes, with controversial speakers, representing the “Trumpification” of British politics.
Britain’s Brexit degradation16 min read
The British government is becoming more realistic about Brexit, evident in the Windsor Framework and Integrated Review. Brexit remains central yet marginal, adversely impacting the UK but no longer a major political issue.
German and French tourists opt out of UK tourism due to Brexit ID regulations2 min read
Tourism leaders are concerned that French and German tourists are starting to avoid the UK due to post-Brexit restrictions on travel with identity cards.
Judge rules EU citizens’ data rights must be protected2 min read
The3million has prevailed in a court case against the UK government, with the High Court ruling that data protection rights for EU citizens and other migrants must be upheld by law.
Number 10 admits Brexit affects processing at Dover but blames chaotic queues on mysterious ways2 min read
The UK government has admitted that the new Brexit processes contributed to the chaotic travel queues at Dover, despite Home Secretary Suella Braverman denying that Brexit played a role in the delays.
Hostages of English nationalism6 min read
On the impact of Westminster’s English nationalism on the political discourse in Scotland and how Scotland is being held hostage by the dominance of the English nationalist ideology in UK politics.