J.J. Patrick: When Theresa May's Brexit means walk, not talk
As the UK prepares to formally begin the process of leaving the EU this week, author J.J. Patrick wonders whether Theresa May has any intention of entering serious negotiation
AS the Brexit department calls for hundreds more staff to deal with the "unbelievably technical" aspects of leaving the EU, and Theresa May confirms to Donald Tusk that she will be triggering Article 50 next week, the United Kingdom is falling to pieces.
J.J. Patrick: Brexit - The nuclear solution
In the final part of his series on the implications of Brexit, author J.J. Patrick explores how Scotland can grab the best possible outcome
SO, what needs to be done to fix this mess? This mass of manipulated minds and inescapable catatrophe brought on by the chaos of ego. Well, I have a couple of thoughts, in sketch form...
Westminster is mocking Scotland.
J.J. Patrick: A 15-step portrait of the Brexit fallout Leave voters didn't see coming
In the second instalment of a three-part series on Brexit, author J.J. Patrick imagines how Brexit could go very wrong for those living in England
YOU may call this a dystopian vision if you like, but it’s a logical step progression based on probability risk. The interactions at each stage will feed the next and so on.