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Articles and blog posts by Phil Dobbie

Boris is a man with a plan. Here it is.

The path of events suggests Boris Johnson has his sights set on resurrecting the Withdrawal Agreement. He just doesn’t want the DUP to know about it.

Project Fear – Chapter One

Life after Brexit. It won’t be this bad, surely?

All Brexit options are bad – Merry Christmas

On Sunday I spoke on Katie Perrior’s show on TalkRADIO about the ease or otherwise of moving to WTO rules. Here’s the audio, and here are more thoughts on the matter for those who prefer to read rather than listen.

The non-binary answer to Brexit

Brexit is a fiasco because we were presented with a binary choice. New Zealand can teach us how to reach a conclusive answer to what is fundamentally a two stage question – should we change, what are we changing to?

Preparing for the Nutroast Economy

Automation is stealing our jobs leaving us with lots of time and nothing to do. Fortunately, vegetarianism provides an opportunity to spend long periods of time in the kitchen for little nutritional benefit.

It’s the gig economy, stupid

The vast majority of new jobs in the UK were created by the self-employed. Unless we’ve had a sudden rush of entrepreneurialism, it’s a warning sign that the gig economy is changing the structure of work.

I’ll Do Anything for Trump, But I Won’t Do That

It wasn’t exactly what the Prime Minister expected on her first meeting with the new President. But there had to be some reason she had beaten Benjamin Netanyahu to the post.

How Millions of Illegal Migrants Are Destroying Our NHS #FakeNews

#FalseNews is not just the domain of the leftards, as they are becoming known in a theological battle that involves lots of put-downs and nothing in the way of rational thinking.

At last, with LinkedIn Microsoft sees some sense

Microsoft’s plan to buy LinkedIn makes perfect sense. The question is, what will capitalise on the opportunity?

Survey – some Muslims are as Homophobic as Devout Catholics

Channel 4s programme, What Muslims Really Think, seems to be based on a survey asking very leading questions.

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