Ep. 99: Brexit Trumpgrets

President-elect Trump called out for business deals with nation states, secrecy, lack of security briefings and an endless sophomoric Twitter war with Saturday Night Live, the 41-year-old sketch comedy show. Banks watching the Brexit court drama revealed their plans to exit the UK. As a reminder Mrs. May, they make up 10% of the UK economy and it’s not wise to push them to the brink because as we’ve seen in the USA, businesses are expert at pulling cost savings triggers. Closer to home Tata steel works out a deal to keep 8,000 union jobs here in Wales but the catch is, five yeas from now, we could be staring down the barrel of the same gun. Note to self: when politicians get excited about a win, check to make sure it is a real win!

Join Denis Campbell, editor of UK Progressive magazine, Phil Parry, political and religious commentator and Phil Parry former BBC anchor and editor of TheEye-Investigates.uk.

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Denis G Campbell
Denis G. Campbell is founder and editor of UK Progressive magazine and co-host of The Three Muckrakers podcast. He is the author of 7 books and provides Americas, EU and Middle Eastern commentary to the BBC, itv, Al Jazeera English, CNN, CRI, MSNBC and others. He is CEO of Monknash Media and a principal with B2E Consulting in London. You can follow him on Twitter @UKProgressive and on Facebook.

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