Over the water in Norn Ire, serious cycle commuter, and a bit of a bike geek.
Also draw, studying for IT/Maths degree on OU and I keep chickens.
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When the average intelligent webpage commenter has more of a clue than the PM ;)
It's an expert, best to ignore ;)
Sounds spot-on and expressed in a lot more polite and formal language than similar views on social media...
Ordering lorry of popcorn in case of a win, and a book of nihilism for a lose ;)
If in England, I may have ended voting LibDems (even though their leader is anti legal abortion, fuckwit) over the Greens...for strategic reasons (both are anti Brexit but Greens attract very votes, cos idiot policies, the NI greens are very good and more science based)
Tcha, what's even worse to me is not the cover, it's all the idiots who can't wait to get out even though they've been warned about the risks over and over and over... I just don't know how to make clear bypassing parliament sets a very dangerous precedent and that a lot of what they want can be done in the EEC.
I gave up...
Politics and religion usually means us VS them. Alas.
I have very little time for parties that intentionally whip this up but UKIP can get to fuck for example as it's their bread and butter to make it about US vs THEM. So did the leave campaign (turkey will join the EU yeah nothing to do with immigration)
We see the same now with Brexit. Can we conclude that the reasonable leavers have whipped up religiosity like the SNP does with their independence question?
OK thanks for the info, but that's not the view I have from various people.
I have heard they are not as social as claimed to be.
But then we are back to nationalism done wrong, and what is May doing atm...?
How can you keep the UK, as a nation, together and not fall pray to nationalism done wrong?
Indeed. Like there are massive roadblocks to NI joining ROI as well.
But just steamrolling over people's concerns and pretend the UK is "united" won't work.
It needs a new vision on how to work together.
A few comments...
The SNP celebrates everyone IN Scotland...also when they are immigrants. Contrast with Tories atm.
Scotland is in deep disagreement with Westminster and how it runs things. I can't abide it either ATM but even with devolved power you have to suck things up.
Like Northern Ireland and Wales, it does not have enough people to win on votes in matters as Brexit.
I can totally understand the Scots here. Does it divide the UK more? Yes, but it's really not in Scotland's interests to be pulled out of the Single Market, it made that super clear several times and May just steams on.
Will it work? I don't know, independence may just not work for several reasons. But really, Westminster shows little love for North England, NI/Scotland/Wales, so it's not coming out of a vacuum.