Is the stage set for theatre’s rebirth?

15 Apr

For as long as it takes us to come through this, then, the theatres are closed. As in many other industries that disappeared more or less overnight as a result of the coronavirus, this has had an immediate, catastrophic impact on thousands of people. It feels slightly uncomfortable for me as a playwright to outline […]

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Do Labour’s Rampant Remainers also have an agenda to thwart Jeremy Corbyn?

21 Sep

Do the Labour MPs who are making such efforts to stop Brexit and overrule the 2016 “People’s Vote” know what they’re doing? Has their Europeanism driven out their concern for Labour, creating a desperate desire to protect the few from the many by reversing the people’s will? Or is there a more sinister motive? To […]

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Boris Johnson should beware resuscitating the ‘dead’ May deal – even if the EU agree to scrapping the backstop

18 Sep

Let’s start with some recent history: the reason Boris Johnson is Prime Minister is because Theresa May’s draft Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration failed three times in Parliament. Its failure, combined with May’s inflexibility, led the 1922 Committee to be persuaded, by its former Chairmen among others, that the only way forwards for the Conservative […]

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Leo Varadkar warns Brexit will haunt UK even after it leaves EU

5 Sep

The U.K. will not achieve a “clean break” Brexit and deep division over the EU will dominate British politics for “many years to come,” Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar told a business audience in Dublin Thursday. “The story of Brexit does not end if the United Kingdom leaves on 31st October or even January 31st […]