Richard Murphy of Tax Research UK brings us this pertinent post by Prof Sean Danaher recalling the Brexit issue of the day, Home Rule for Ireland, which was published on Progressive Pulse last week. Richard says it is far too good not to share a little more widely, with Sean’s permission: History, as it is taught in British schools, remembers 1914 as a the year WWI started. WWI was of course a horrific event, but less is remembered of the political turmoil at the time. Robert Saunders writes in The New Statesman: “Breaking the parliamentary machine”: lessons of the 1914 crisis:
Here is the Richard’s article: A repeat of the Turmoil of 1914-1922?.