Less than a week to go until next week’s emergency EU Council summit - when Theresa May must, must, must present a new Brexit plan if she wants to avoid no-deal - and we still appear no closer to knowing what on Earth is going to happen. Government and Labour negotiators will take part in a day of “intensive” talks later as they try to agree a joint-position which can then be presented to MPs ...
Remember Paul, we now live in a nanny state and you have to be very careful in what you say and do. Some don't like what you say or do, others say they don't like what you say or do but, underneath the surface agree. It's a funny old world now. Just look at the problems we have with people who want to be something they are not, those people to me have mental health problems but others see it ...
If the tories are dead, who would you vote for at another general election? There does not appear to be alot of choice. If people would really think about it, the deal that T May has placed on the table is the best she could get. It was never going to be a one-sided affair, the choices she had to make doesn't fit all and it never would. It has never been done before.
This has now turned out to be a political game as if it wasn't recognised before. The party that is causing the most turmoil over brexit are the tories. There are too many who have other vested interests and they will do there utmost to protect it.
Jeremy Corbyn talks rubbish and steptoe collects it.
This thread is as fascinating as the clowns in parliament. If,if,if. I think that the 27 are more worried now than they have ever been even though things have not yet come to a conclusion. Would any of you contributing to this site vote ever again for some idiot to run your life. Don'task me because I have never voted in my life, and you can see why.
Just to give you an update. Today 26th March, there was a serious accident between jnc 30 and jnc 31 M5. Because of the outdaed road system around Exeter and beyond, traffic was virtually at a stand still on all roads. I had to go to Exeter and it took me just over 2hrs and I know the roads and short cuts. So keep your radio on and tune into radio Devon where they give you regular updates of ...
@Scapegoat What do you know that the rest of us don't know, that makes you think you are right. This is one game where facts and figures don't mean a thing, it has never been done before so there are no facts but maybe plenty of dodgy figures to go on.
When the sword is once drawn, the passions of men observe no bounds of moderation.
I am perplexed. If, as they say many people did not know what they were voting for back in 2016, Why did they vote?