Archive: Remainers

A second Brexit referendum is neither realistic nor desirable. | Copyright: iStock

The moderate wing of Remain has been defeated by fundamentalists

Moderate Remainers used to make a rational case for the closest possible relationship with the EU, but over the past few months all was replaced by demands for a second vote.

Opinion Former Articles

  • BHA: 'King Arthur' fails in High Court bid over human remains

    The High Court has rejected a bid by a representative of the Council of British Druid Orders (CoBDO), King Arthur Uther Pendragon, to return cremated remains to an ancient burial site at Stonehenge. The remains, thought to be over 5000 years old, had been excavated from the site in 2008 and are currently being kept for research by scientists at the University of Sheffield. The British Humanist Association (BHA) has described the decision as ‘sensible’.

  • UNITE: No change to inflation means continued pain for working families

    Inflation remained at a two-and-a-half-year high in May. The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rate of inflation remained at 4.5 per cent last month and the Retail Price Index (RPI) remained at 5.2 per cent.

  • Infographic: Skills Survey

    Demand for engineers remains high but more than half of employers are having difficulties recruiting the staff they need for their businesses to expand.

  • Facing breast cancer together

    VIDEO: Breast Cancer Care host a parliamentary event where MPs, peers, and volunteers discuss the challenges that remain.

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