This is madness
https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/no ... 15351.html
I'm seriously thinking of taking revenge against those who are responsible for this insanity.
Second post on the thread. Chapeau.crabcakes_windermere wrote: ↑Fri Dec 09, 2011 1:45 pmIt's an absolute nightmare, and in a rare moment of sympathy for Cameron I don't see what else he could have done because he's screwed either way and he knows it.
I don't think being in would have necessarily been brilliant either, and I don't think for one moment a new EU treaty 100% fixes anything (the US is basically the closest model, and that's hardly financially rock solid just now). But I can also see the worst case scenario coming to pass: a referendum, a hijacking of the vote by the vested interests of the few at the expense of many, and the UK becoming increasingly isolated and with a further weakened economy.
Plus of course as soon as we left the EU, the next demand would be made - foreigners out. Then the witch hunts start.
Seconded. In my case it's when I get health anxiety triggers (I've had two in three days).Arrowhead wrote: ↑Mon Jan 07, 2019 4:08 pmNot good.
Serious advice - if those are the sort of thoughts which are dominating your mind right now, step away from your PC for at least a few days, and avoid any news or current affairs programmes for the same period of time. Immerse yourself in something - anything - which makes you happy so long as it is completely unconnected to Brexit, Trump or the current state of UK politics!
The Brexiteers are trying to slide us towards No Deal by inaction - we crash out by default.
It's a bit much to call it a Freudian slip I agree[…]
You know my stance - I'd block you if I co[…]
Apologies for repeating what's been said on here b[…]
So, still no decisive movement toward a confirmato[…]