Still, it’s nice to see Farage celebrating the Australian’s exercising their sovereignty and controlling their own borders.It's the joy of an "attention economy" (the shitter version of surveillance capitaism).
Ignore someone, they scream "I'm being cancelled".
Engage with them, they go on certain of their own wisdom.
Much like a few here on ARRSEchan.
AFAIK we are out of the EU, less likely to adopt the single currency and they have less influence over us than before. We may even get out of the daft ECHR and create our own laws.We are still in Europe.
The UK wrote much of the 'daft' ECHR. We had an opt out from the single currency and the UK has lost influence. Some benefit.AFAIK we are out of the EU, less likely to adopt the single currency and they have less influence over us than before. We may even get out of the daft ECHR and create our own laws.
Parliament is responsible to the people, the people aren't responsible to Parliament. It generally works the other way around on the continent.
I've posted this before but when his Rivers of Blood speech came out I read as much of it as I could get my hands on and agreed with him.Enoch Powell had the foresight to warn us about a lot of things. Pity nobody in power took any notice of them.
Ah yes, "the victim" do you not think that perhaps those who wrote the ECHR had "victims" in mind just after the fall of a regime that had criminalised people purely for existing?The ECHR was implemented after WW2 and is obviously no longer fit for purpose. We need our own version that actually takes the victim into perspective.