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It’s the Legal System

As previously noted, my previous role was at a large, French, company and to say the least I was not encouraged to say anything good about Brexit, so as a result I said remarkably little other than to suggest that Read more…


UK moving on

So in the end the Liberal Democrats and the Brexit Party ended up doing more damage to Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party than to Boris Johnson’s Tories. To some extent this is like 2015. As discussed in previous posts, the so Read more…


Decision Day

I had booked my flights for a pre-Christmas visit to London before it was announced that there would be a General Election in the UK on December 12th. As such I find myself here on a highly significant day for Read more…


The UK approaching end game

The extra-ordinary activities in the UK House of Commons continue to drive the narrative about the UK – which as noted the other day has been dominated by an assertion that ‘No Deal’ will presage some mighty economic disaster. For Read more…


The B word (s)

In my previous job, I had a Swedish Italian CEO, with a Dutch second in command and a management board that was almost entirely French. Suffice to say that writing anything about Brexit was not encouraged. In fact, that hasn’t Read more…