Europe once again heard the doorbell of terrorism on its doorstep, the UK continues to get worse post Brexit, and Australia voted, but we don’t have a leader.
Ugh. It’s early. What happened while you were asleep? Boris Johnson decided he didn’t want to be PM and Queensland decided to start drinking earlier.
Walking through the London streets of Year Zero, we decided to do something about it, and begin the movement toward a separate state. Crazy? Sure. Impossible, no
One Brexit enthusiast hatched a plan that if the Remain people won, his petition for a 2nd referendum would come into play. Too bad his side won, and now it’s being used against him.
With the vote now old news, we move onto what’s next, in our three-part series. First up, the lasting economic effects of the Brexit
What happened while you were asleep? Jeremy Corbyn is avoiding knives thrown by Tony Blair, France cleave Irish hearts and the Fed Election. Beat it.
Its a very special wrap this week focusing on the Brexit. Economists, Neo-cons, Expert commentary from Lindsay Lohan. Hooley dooley.
Boris Johnson’s post-coital face at his victory conference said it all. The act completed, enacted by democracy. Britain is out of the EU. But, where to from here?
It’s the morning after the night before. The vast damage of the Brexit vote now obvious, we asked our writers what they thought when the news met them.
The Brexit result final, as too the series, as one final hopeless email landed in Jacqueline’s inbox.
Morning, you. What happened while you were asleep? Well Boris Johnson let the Brexit result slip, the sit-in ends in breakfast and Zeppelin rules the courthouse.
The biggest benefactor of the Brexit decision may not be Britain or the EU, but rather one Boris Johnson.
If Britain wants to break free from the EU at a time of maximal fiduciary power, then that is the primary reason why it must stay, and lead.
God, what a horrible week. Orlando, Jo Cox, and Bob Katter, but at least a Rabbi bought everyone a round in the name of humanity. Well played, him.
The personal cost of the Brexit has never been more obvious, as the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox also thinned the British values that we fought to build, and held so dear.
Embracing or the ignoring where your daddy hails from is front-and-centre in the Brexit issue, evidenced by the most familiar faces.
With Brexit referendum talk stirring up emotions, an encounter with an elderly racist gets Jacqueline thinking: What happened to the British?
In part two of our Brexit segment, the conversation in Jacqueline’s multicultural suburb is coloured by a lack of clear information, racism, and a fear of the worst.
With the vote around the corner, two TBS writers stay in touch to chart the personal effect of the Brexit on their families.
What links the Brexit, Scottish Independence and the Greek austerity measures? Threats against independent action. In short, neoliberalism.
Historical amnesia and the vestiges of imperialism are the main arguments for the Brexit from the EU, but would a split induce more financial, and diplomatic, hardship?