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  • In Canada, people have been coining Gonetario and Quexit

    June 28, 2016

  • What's next? Departugal? Italeave? Finish? Norwayout?

    June 28, 2016

  • "What about second Brexit?"

    Spotted in my FB feed which is trying to kill me with laughter.

    June 27, 2016

  • British exit from the EU.

    The Guardian, October 2014:

    “Brexit” is shorthand for British exit from the European Union – a possibility that is looking more realistic by the day. Ukip, after all, are in the midst of a seemingly endless political summer, while senior Conservative politicians such as Boris Johnson talk optimistically about life outside the clutches of Brussels. Should they win next year’s election, the Tories are pledged to follow a renegotiation of Britain’s membership with an in/out referendum that will supposedly materialise by the end of 2017. Meanwhile, a debate rages between two sides that do not just seem to be from opposed political traditions, but different planets.

    March 4, 2015