Monday, 11 March 2019

The EEA is a Brexit lifeboat for the City and the economy

The revelation [in the Telegraph on Saturday 9th March 2019] from George Eustice, the ex-fisheries minister, that Britain’s ambassador to..

By George Trefgarne


Tuesday, 12 February 2019

Time for a National Government? Lessons from 1931

It is an interesting question as to whether the formation of a National Government would help solve the current Brexit..

By George Trefgarne


Monday, 11 June 2018

Let’s build a bridge between Northern Ireland and Scotland

Those who voted for Brexit and those who now accept it are united by one positive thought – this could..

By George Trefgarne


Thursday, 29 March 2018

Bounder Analytica, or how to spot a wrong’un

Reaction continues to lead the way in automated journalism and having recently pioneered a computer-generated article about Millennials we have..

By George Trefgarne


Wednesday, 21 February 2018

It is 1956 again in Westminster

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By George Trefgarne


Wednesday, 6 December 2017

New Reaction app launched to help readers understand millennials

We are pleased to announce that automation has about made its first inroads into a previously unconquerable area of working..

By George Trefgarne


Thursday, 10 August 2017

1914 reminds us how markets can be upset in August

What is the connection between Donald Trump and the chief cashier of the Bank of England? This curious question occurred..

By George Trefgarne


Monday, 26 June 2017

Why is nobody in the Conservative Party talking about the broken student loan system?

Exactly one week before Theresa May called the election, on April 11th, the Student Loan Company raised the interest rate..

By George Trefgarne


Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Car Share Conservatives

Over Easter, two surprising records were broken. First, the Conservatives were found to be 21 points ahead in two polls,..

By George Trefgarne