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Regular updates on BREXIT and the implications it has on your business' importing/exporting activities.
We’d all probably like to see our NHS, Police Forces and other emergency services given the tools to get on with their job.
Some meaningful reinvestment in our northern industries and the infrastructure around them would be near the top of any wish-list.
As well as a new beginning for our fishing industry.
And it would be good if enough green shoots appeared to convince Scotland to stay alongside the rest of us.
It’s all really down to whether or not Boris can turn it around...
DECEMBER: Whichever party you hope will give you a happy Christmas, we can still help with a prosperous New Year.
Boris has promised you an oven ready Brexit this Christmas - which you might think is a bit of a turkey.
Jeremy is planning to give you £83 million worth of gifts – which you might not like the thought of paying for yourselves.
And Jo is getting excited about something that 17.4 million of you have already said you don’t want.
Looks like you’ve got enough on your plate this Christmas.
Perhaps you’d prefer it if we confine ourselves to helping with a prosperous new year...
Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour has accused Tory party Brexiteers of being funded by City traders betting on a no deal Brexit.
The Lib-Dem party has decided to gang up with the SNP and become the Remain Party. Suits Jo Swinson’s Husband – his company receives annual payments from the EU.
Boris finally got the go ahead on his bill. A really slow go ahead. Every back bencher in parliament can put in their tuppence worth. By the time it becomes law it could be unrecognisable.
And the DUP has sent Boris to the naughty step for dropping the backstop into the Irish Sea...
Your boiled egg could give you salmonella.
Your coffee pot might give you 3rd degree burns.
You could choke to death on a cornflake...
Can he do it? Probably not.
But we know a man who can.
Tony Smith. Former head of UK Border Force and currently heading up the Alternative Arrangements panel...
Last week it might have been a kipper.
Boris Johnson stood up, waved a fish about and rubbished EU rules on plastic wrapping.
Fake news it seems. A red herring. Another red bus blunder.
Whatever. The EU swiftly rendered the kipper dead in the water.
But will Boris’s chances as prime minister fare any better?
Fed up with the private lives of political personages staring out of your morning tabloid?
Here are some alternative good news headlines instead...
Remain protesters now have plenty to aim at.
29 new ‘Farage’ MEP’s.
And the bunfight goes on in Whitehall.
First, it’s ‘OFF’. 6,000 civil servants get pulled off No deal preparations.
Next day, it looks like they’re back ‘ON’ again.
Whatever next? We’re all in the dark...
If Theresa has said it once she’s said it a hundred times.
‘On 29 March 2019 we leave the EU.’
So, what’s up?...