Opinion – The Year That Makes or Breaks Brexit – Bloomburg Politics

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Here’s a recommended read from Bloomburg Politics that speculates on the probability of a Labour Government negotiated soft Brexit in 2018.

Source: The Year That Makes or Breaks Brexit – Bloomburg Politics

The article highlights the different options available. Clearly, the EU continues to hold the stronger negotiating position.

Personally, I have very little confidence that Theresa May‘s government will conclude a good deal.

For me, there’s still a good chance of a very hard Brexit or a very soft Brexit. Either way, there’s a probability of a Marxist government in No. 10.


Alcohol and cancer – Editorial – The Lancet

Pardon the pun but this editorial from The Lancet makes sober reading, especially on new year’s day.

Source: Alcohol and cancer – Editorial – The Lancet

Unfortunately, we live in an age where the political classes are undermining evidence in favor of their political aspirations. Also, the mainstream media are quick to publish eye-catching headlines about latest medical research, pandering to editorial and owner bias. Sadly, those most at risk just ignore the prevailing evidence and continue to abuse themselves.

Why should the majority continue to support the minority who fail to take proper care of themselves?