The Brexshit Book: A Remainer's Self-Help Guide to Brexit and Leaving the EU
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The US administration is not perfect either. Trump’s administration announced a rule that allowed seismic blasting to continue in the Gulf of Mexico without adequately protecting marine mammals. The Biden administration could stop this but has instead proposed a new rule that would once again allow extensive seismic testing in the Gulf of Mexico without the needed safeguards.
Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Act 2023 (Revocation and Sunset Disapplication) Regulations 2023 published The Brexshit Times was released on 01 January 2021, the official end date of the Brexit process. Printed on salmon-colored newsprint, the zine features hyper-zoomed in, scanned images of the three Conservative Prime Ministers who held office over the course of the Brexit process. These images are juxtaposed against a selection of text extracted from The Brexit Lexicon (2016-2020), a unique compendium of the most common terms that have shaped the discussions of Brexit in both politics and the media. The zine’s publication also marks the exhibition of The Brexshit Machine (2020), an LED artwork featuring a continuous loop of new Brexit-related words, at The Container, Tokyo.
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BORIS JOHNSON Homage T-shirt For Boris Fans, Gift For BREXIT Supporters, Novelty Gift For Women, Inspired By British Politics a b O'Carroll, Lisa (17 October 2019). "How is Boris Johnson's Brexit deal different from Theresa May's?". The Guardian . Retrieved 2 January 2020.
Gadd, Eleanor, ed. (17 December 2019). "Brexit Glossary" (PDF). House of Commons Library . Retrieved 2 January 2020. Boffey, Daniel (3 September 2018). "Emmanuel Macron stresses opposition to 'blind Brexit' ". The Guardian . Retrieved 6 October 2018. The Brexshit Machine is an LED artwork based on text extracted from The Brexit Lexicon (2016-2020), a unique compendium of the most common terms that have shaped the discussions of Brexit in both politics and the media. The work was created to mark 31 January 2020, the day that the UK’s membership of the European Union ended and the start of the “transition period”.