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April 13th, 2019
Brexit may never happen

By Dickson C. Igwe

Brexit was never sustainable. Why? Because Brexit was an act of political expediency by David Cameron to appease the right Wing of Britain’s Conservative Party who are anti-European Integration: Europhobe. The Brexit referendum of 2016 backfired, leaving the UK mired in crisis.

April 6th, 2019
West End Ferry Dock: Critical for Virgin Islands economic growth

By Dickson C. Igwe

In terms of value for money, investment in the West End Ferry Dock, is the most critical tourism and seaport investment the Virgin Islands can make, this early April 2019, and beyond.

March 23rd, 2019
The Brexit Conundrum

By Dickson C. Igwe

A Second Referendum is the only real option to exit the Brexit mess.

March 16th, 2019
Brexit: Keeping the Overseas Territories inside the loop

By Dickson C. Igwe

Brexit is a huge economic, social, and political matter that the Overseas Territories (OT) of Great Britain must engage with.

March 9th, 2019
OT & an unsustainable Brexit

By Dickson C. Igwe

In the long run, Brexit is unsustainable. But Brexit will impact Overseas Territories (OTs) of Great Britain in the Caribbean.

March 2nd, 2019
The party system prevails in the Virgin Islands

By Dickson C. Igwe

The Virgin Islands (VI) General Election of February 2019—despite beliefs that independent candidates and new parties would drive a new political culture—the two main political parties in the VI remains dominant in politics.

February 23rd, 2019
Virgin Islands Politics and the 800lb Gorilla called Brexit

By Dickson C. Igwe

Brexit is the 800lb Gorilla in the room in Virgin Islands politics. Brexit is having seismic effects on UK politics. Brexit will impact Overseas territories in ways yet unknown

February 16th, 2019
The Virgin islands February 2019 General Elections and Brexit

By Dickson C. Igwe

OK. As Election Day approaches this Virgin Islands Resident pleads with the voting and nonvoting public to exercise patience, civility, and cordiality, throughout the whole electoral process, leading to voting on February 25, 2019.

February 9th, 2019
Virgin Islands politics and the fog of BREXIT

By Dickson C. Igwe

Brexit presents a dilemma for Virgin Islands politics during a month of General Elections. How does Brexit affect the Virgin Islands? Will Brexit happen? And if Brexit takes place will Brexit be sustainable in an ageing Britain that is changing demographically?

February 2nd, 2019
Reject ‘’White Envelope’’ Politics

By Dickson C. Igwe

Now, a young Virgin Islander went on a rant on Facebook recently. He screamed at the voters who demand cash for votes.

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