Richard North, 13/01/2022  
 

From today, 13 January 2022, the Eureferendum blog database will reside on the Turbulent Times domain, largely as an archive. This site will no longer be updated on an ongoing basis.

Our main focus will now be Turbulent Times, where we will continue to publish a wide range of topical news items, continuing an unbroken tradition with started on 22 April 2004, with this post on the original Blogspot site - which can still be accessed.

The move reflects the success of the 2016 EU referendum, the withdrawal from the EU and the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020. With Brexit merging onto the more general domestic political agenda, and other issues taking more prominence, we felt it was time to move on, and concentrate our efforts on our current blogging platform.

For the moment the search facility for the EUreferendum archive is rudimentary but we will be improving its functionality. We will retain the domain name which will now point to the space on Turbulent Times.

Care has been taken to ensure that most legacy links will still function, though sadly we couldn't bring the Disqus comments along with it. However, most of the recent commentary has been conducted on the TT site, so there will be no loss of continuity.

All that remains is to thank readers past and present for their encouragement and support, to hope that EUReferendum readers will stay with us on the new platform, and to welcome new readers to a blogging enterprise which, at the turn of 2022, was in its 18th unbroken year.

Also published on Turbulent Times.






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