Daily Archive: July 1, 2017

Jul
01

Hard Brexit has been confounded by some harder realities

If the public did not vote to be poorer, as a resurgent chancellor suggests, they must be disturbed by the mounting evidence of looming economic damage

As the true extent of the Brexit farce becomes more apparent, it is now open warfare between the Brexiters, while the rest of the world – with the possible exceptions of Presidents Putin and Trump – look on in sympathetic bewilderment.

One of several satisfactory aspects of the election result was the way that Theresa May and her advisers at No 10 met their comeuppance over their widely leaked plans to sack the chancellor of the exchequer.

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Jul
01

Jewish Women vs. the Jewish State

Benjamin Netanyahu has said that the Western Wall should be a “source of unity.” So why am I arrested for praying there?

Jul
01

EU and Japan set to agree trade deal after talks progress

Accord would be emphatic rejection of US protectionism on eve of G20 summit