Monthly Archives: February 2017

Why post-brexit immigration policy is doomed to failure

Originally posted on daryanblog:
We’ve had two reports come out over the last week regarding the post-brexit impact on immigration. One warns that already skill shortages are creeping in and that these will inevitably impact on the economy. Another report predicts…

Posted in economics, politics | 1 Comment

The sound of silence

Trump’s (racist, illegal, unconstitutional and utterly pointless) ban on Muslims entering the US is facing much international criticism. However the criticism from Muslim countries has been somewhat muted. Certainly some Muslim countries are responding, notably Iran and Iraq are considering reciprocal … Continue reading

Posted in economics, politics | Tagged , | 1 Comment

The case against article 50 and the hard brexit that will follow

Originally posted on daryanblog:
So MP’s are finally voting on article 50. Tory eurosceptic labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is calling on his MP’s to back the bill. After all we had a referendum and a majority backed leave. However I…

Posted in economics, politics | 2 Comments