With our grossly unfair voting system, and The Brexit Party polling around 10% there is no chance it will form a government, it will be lucky to get a single MP. We therefore have to accept that there will be no clean Brexit, as much as I would prefer that to happen, and there is going to be a transition with our eventual departure at the end of 2020. If the Tories can secure a decent majority ...
The Brexit Party will split the Tory vote which will likely ensure the Lib Dumb gets elected, so nobody wins
17.4 million would disagree with you. I have been anti the EEC/EC/EU since the day we joined in 1973, I didn't need any "tax evading billionaires" to convince me to vote for Brexit. No amont of Soros-funded propaganda will change my mind.
The reason the process of leaving the EU has been so tortuous is because we had a Remain supporting prime minister, aided by a mostly Remain parliament, totally at odds with the wishes of the electorate. Add to that the countless court actions brought by well-financed anti-Brexit groups and individuals. Boris has achieved more in three months than Treason May did in three years, and thankfully ...
The document quite clearly states the council wants the law changed, so not only would it affect Dawlish but rest of the country too. Methinks Dawlish town councillors are getting a bit above themselves. 4a. At the same time, write to whoever is responsible to get the law changed , or voluntary - to mark all take-a-way packaging in big print: 'It's an offense to drop the container ...
There's some bonkers proposals in that document: force takeaway shops to change their packaging because it fills the bins too quickly force them to print large warnings on the packaging that it is an offense (sic) to litter create a team of volunteer beach wardens to snoop on visitors It was obviously written by somebody with way too much time on their hands.
It didn't take long for the Lib Dems to start pissing council tax money up the wall.
@majorp The problem here, if you had not already realised, is that the council stuck the notice on her windscreen with water soluble glue. The owner could not have driven the car away without first returning with a bucket of hot water to remove it, and that is totally irresponsible behaviour on the part of the council.
Good riddance, Boris was wrong to include her in his cabinet, she's a Remainiac through and through.
We can plainly see the truth in front of our eyes, we don't need the media to tell us that Corbyn is an anti-semitic, terrorist-supporting piece of scum.