Why the new £10 pound note?

A new £10 note is entering circulation. Kirsten Levermore asks, ‘what’s the point?’   “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of …an updated tenner.” The Bank of England yesterday allowed the public to greet their updated £10 note, featuring it’s “new” … Read more

This little-known Canadian immigration policy could help London shrug off Brexit

London visas based on regional immigration policy in Commonwealth nations could open up post-Brexit London, writes Ben Walker  Just a month after the UK voted to leave the EU, politicians in Britain are starting to think creatively how to secure the nation’s economic future outside the European Union. So-called Brexit Lite – whereby the UK … Read more

Is Brexit Boris plotting free EU movement by the backdoor?

  The leader of Britain’s victorious Leave campaign has told voters that there will be “no pulling up of the drawbridge” – despite swinging many voters towards the anti-EU camp on a staunchly anti-immigration ticket. Boris Johnson, who was strongly pro-immigration when mayor of London, gave assurances that the UK would not be isolationist in … Read more

The disunited kingdom

  A referendum over the UK’s continued membership of the European Union is fracturing an already troubled nation [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”https://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/dialogue_q3_2016_full_book/78″ ]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button]

Europhile London still fearful that UK will vote to quit EU

But polls move in Remain’s favour as older electors turn against Brexit Europe’s most populous and powerful metropolis fears that its neighbours inside the UK will vote to quit the EU. London is heavily pro-European, experts said at an exclusive panel discussion on Brexit, attended by Dialogue. But senior business leaders in the city warned that … Read more

Britain must ignore the siren call of an EU exit

  The idea that one of the most influential countries in Europe could live in a Norway-style halfway house is the stuff of sheer fantasy [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”http://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/pdf_book_q2_2016_mid_res/86″ ]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button] The UK is tying itself in knots over Europe. The pro- and anti- camps come up with increasingly outrageous statements: “If … Read more

The British premier just triggered mass support for Britain leaving EU

  Cool response to British Premier’s ‘renegotiation’ could jeopardize UK’s place in Europe Support for the UK to quit the European Union has shot ahead following David Cameron’s modest renegotiation of terms with Brussels. Public support for quitting the bloc has skyrocketed after a cool public response to the deal – deemed “weedy” by europhile journal … Read more

Five reasons why Britain is better off in Europe

In extract from her forthcoming Dialogue column, expert columnist Karina Robinson, chief executive of Robinson Hambro, warns Eurosceptics that their dreams are based on myths 1. Stop this fantasizing about the UK (population 63.5m) being able to access a “favourable deal” a la Norway (population 5m) or Switzerland (population 8m) if Brexit takes place. Both … Read more