it's a mess. the tories are falling apart at the seams and labour is doing what the left always does in such situations, which is get dragged down in infighting
the incredible part for me was Farage admitting the 350M line was a load of nonsense. He went on TV at like 6am just after the vote was in and completely renounced a basic premise of the leave campaign
people kept saying "leave has no plan" and everyone was all "no these are smart powerful people; they must have some sort of plan I'm sure" and it took two damn hours to realize they had no plan whatsoever
Ali Kemal Bey (1867 – 6 November 1922) was a liberal Ottoman journalist, newspaper editor, and poet who was for some three months Minister of the Interior in the government of Damat Ferid Pasha, Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire. He was murdered during the Turkish War of Independence.
Kemal Bey is the paternal grandfather of the British politician Stanley Johnson and great-grandfather of the former Mayor of London Boris Johnson, British Member of Parliament Jo Johnson, and journalist Rachel Johnson.
== Life and career ==
Ali Kemal's mother was a Circassian, reputedly of slave origin. Ali Kemal...
theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/jun/25/…: "It’s a town with almost no immigrants that voted to get the immigrants out. A town that has been showered with EU cash that no longer wants to be part of the EU."
In about three weeks one of Europe's most widely known events will take place: the legendary running of the bulls in Pamlona, or known locally as the "Fiesta de San Fermín".
The city is famous worldwide for the running of the bulls during the San Fermín festival, which is held annually from J...
I fear that most of the money not paid to the EU for years to come will be needed to build replacement services for those things now handled by the EU, and to building a stronger police and border guard service as the leave voters will insist on kicking and keeping those unwanted immigrants out. And or receiving and housing expats being send home from elsewhere.
Your fear is very much real, but it's real roots is in your emotional imagination: what will happen in a crash, how car impact break bones, how it feels to get burned in gasoline, how much a car weighs when it rolls over your face, etc., etc.
While counseling can help you marginally, the best so...
doesn't a two-tier system like that just lead to something like NAFTA, where the manufacturing jobs all go to the cheaper countries and the wealthier countries don't get the economic benefits of immigrants in return?
we have that argument in the US a lot: all these people pay no taxes. Well some may not pay federal income tax, but they pay sales tax, they pay property tax (perhaps indirectly through their rent), they pay corporate taxes (indirectly through the profit on the goods and services they buy)