Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Baby Clyde, Apr 8, 2010.
Well, you can safely assume that Kate Hoey and Jess Phillips will have a
or two in mind.
Bercow: a genius and a martyr.
The Lib Dems have no chill
Jo, sweetie, what are you doing? If Labour and Lib Dems don’t have some form of electoral pact we’re fucked. They need to get their heads out of their arses.
Maybe the Lib Dems don’t actually want to stop Brexit (see them standing aside for supporter of Brexit deal Rory Stewart in Penrith and the Border) but want to hoover up the FBPE vote..
Miss Swinson to the FBPE votes
For some, like Swinson, Brexit is simply a character they can momentarily inhabit to benefit themselves and ignore their past shortcomings. See also: promises to eliminate University tuition.
I’m old enough to remember when the LDs wanted a real referendum on Europe
It’s absolutely crazy to think we’re living through what will be one of the most discussed periods in history for years to come.
What a generally awful bunch of people we have in power (if you can call it that). Maybe it would be better if parliament stayed shut or went on hiatus until our toxic political system can be reformed.
I wonder what happens now.
Still doesn’t excuse the fact that she’s a fucking TERF
This is the best plan I've seen yet.
And this is huge:
Holy shit, this is the first poll I've seen where there has been an overall majority for unification. Obviously a higher majority would be more ideal for such a big constitutional decision, but like the Scottish Independence polls, things are moving in the right direction.
Support for unification prior to Brexit was averaging around 17%, so to now be at 51% is massive.
I’d be interested in knowing what their measure of being a “nationalist” was. Is it merely being an Irish passport holder? Someone who votes for Sinn Fein? Is it someone simply born into a Catholic background? And the “nationalists” in this poll may only represent 30% of the overall NI population with many possibly opting to identify as neither nationalist nor unionist.
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