If you remain concerned about the after-effects of the Brexit vote, or were overjoyed but are still dealing with fallout from family and friends over differences of opinions, the video of Andy’s talk at 2016’s Glastonbury Symposium may help
The seismic decision of Britain voting for ‘Brexit’ has been an enormous social and political shift, leaving many people feeling disorientated. Following his widely-read pre-vote articles, Andy Thomas concludes his unofficial trilogy on the EU vote by helping to make sense of what has happened and takes an impartial look at how we can all survive and thrive in this altered landscape – and avoid some classic divide-and-rule tactics
Andy’s two recent articles on the EU seem to have gone far and wide and have provoked quite a few interesting and informative responses. Together with additional remarks by Andy, some of the comments are reproduced here, as other readers may benefit from seeing them
In this companion piece to his article ‘EU or not EU: Deciding with the Inner Voice’, which gives suggestions as to how undecided voters might find a clearer way forward, Andy Thomas here presents a helpful – and more partisan – summary of the actual issues over the EU vote and shares his own reasons for having come to a decision
The risks to freedom of thought in the post-Paris and Belgium attacks climate are very real, as Western leaders threaten to label all and any dissent from the norm as “extremism”. Andy Thomas looks at the possible consequences
Andy Thomas asks, does the absence of ‘alternative’ ambassadors in the media indicate something more profound than mere cover-up?