Part of me, yes the malicious part, would love to see the morons given what they crave...Have to disagree. If you believe in the Union, its a problem for the whole UK.
I think the point here is that Labour voters voted for Brexit as well, either way both parties supporters were disappointed with Parliaments antics in trying to ignore what the electorate wanted. the term Parliamentary democracy got a new meaning in the interpretation of MPs, coupled with the term Sovereignty of Parliament.Given the current makeup of anti brexit, socialist parties that inhabit these shores, we'd have ended up with Corbyn as PM but with a handful of useless brexit etc parties that were unable to influence naff all.
Anyway. We had a referendum a few years ago and told them to ram it.
The Brexit referendum was not a vote along party lines/dogma, and it was this that, in many ways, changed the face of UK politics.I think the point here is that Labour voters voted for Brexit as well, either way both parties supporters were disappointed with Parliaments antics in trying to ignore what the electorate wanted. the term Parliamentary democracy got a new meaning in the interpretation of MPs, coupled with the term Sovereignty of Parliament.
It doesn't matter the size sample.
Five people voting for two parties, three to two and the majority are happy.
Voting for three or more means that two votes could win the vote with three people being disappointed.
Hence Gina miller's 'tactical voting' campaign.
With AV everyone votes until a single party has earned more than 50.1% of the vote.
FPTP means that this level of approval can only be achieved with two contenders. Three parties and 66.6% could be dissatisfied, four parties means almost 75% will be disappointed.
That said, not giving out prizes to losers on school sports days would probably improve matters immensely too.
Bit early to be on the grog isn't it? Even for you...Be of good cheer, chap: only 69 more days until those planes fall out of the sky . . .
When was the last time you shopped in a DF outlet?But duty free will be back
except for Portugal , and being honest every time we've gone through at Lanzarote in the last few years , the border police have checked our passports, and they check them at the hotels (even on caravan sites), and inform the police on line, so will make absolutely no difference
You choosing Blackpool then? Good on yer....
I generally holiday in the UK anyhoo, was planning Cornwall this year until all of the covid bollocks kicked off. Meh...What's a holiday?
Don't think we've been away for several years. And considering the state of the world at current, and that a lot of peoples finances will be a bit stretched, I would venture holiday's are less of an issue.
Bit early to be on the grog isn't it? Even for you...
“We’re seeking arrangements that will maintain connectivity.”
Grant Shapps admits UK-EU flights could be grounded in the event of no-deal Brexit
Which means we'll be flying under the supervision of EASA and jurisdiction of ECJ in all probability.
Airport and ships will have or be able to reduce and complete now.When was the last time you shopped in a DF outlet?
For example, a bottle of Aberlour 12 single malt whisky was £42.69 in duty free, but £36 in Asda, while a Diesel Overflow watch was £182.50 in duty free but £125 at Watch Town. A 125ml bottle of Davidoff Cool Water was found to be £29.95 in duty free but £22 at Wilko.
The truth about airport duty free – and why the bargains aren't what they seem
That's your best? Some Horlicks absent of logic? Figures.unh hunh
Has the thought ever crossed your fevered brow that Shapps was allowed to trot that out just as negotiations are reaching a rather intense stage?