Which is a power of sorts....However a very shitty approach to achieving power.
Power involves doing some work.Biggus Robbus wrote: ↑Sun Jan 27, 2019 9:15 pmTo be fair I think you made a helluva point (and actually continue to make great points).
I suppose the argument is something we will never know.
What is Farage's preference? A no deal Brexit or power?
I guess he could want both but no deal Brexit will make his life harder. He will have to shift his tactics to something like the remaining elite are to blame to for the failure of Brexit to succeed for the people who voted leave.
The scary thing is, for many that IS politics. It's only discussed in such environs, using such sound bites.Andy McDandy wrote: ↑Tue Jan 29, 2019 5:17 pmStill though, with Irish friends reporting being told that "you're not really foreigners" (although to be fair, anyone white from an English speaking country gets that), it didn't do much to refute the idea that we brits still see the republic of Ireland as "ours".
Although Humphrys could have just been chasing controversy and the water cooler moment.
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