The emails leaked to the Guardian were sent to EA staff, asking for 42 volunteers to staff crisis management centres that would deal with incidents. On Tuesday, the chief executive of the civil service revealed plans to move up to 5,000 staff into an emergency command and control centre in the event of no deal.
That implies any of them have thought, for one second, that their revolution is nothing but an acceleration of the status quo.MisterMuncher wrote: ↑Fri Feb 01, 2019 9:01 pmA thought. Given the Maily/Gammon obsession with wheelie bin collections and so forth: Do they really, really think that'll improve free of all those Brussels led environmental targets, with the Tories busily whoring out every single public service to whatever shower of cowboys want to be the next Carillion?
https://newsthump.com/2019/02/01/shock- ... ld-war-ii/Shock as Brexiter completes rant without mentioning World War II
Ah yes. The "Fuck business" view of Brexit.There is an inner reason why Theresa May still shies away from a full Brexit
The Prime Minister should not be more frightened of the car industry than of 17.4 million voters
But we haven't left yet!Our economy continues to confound the doomsayers. That ought to be good news for everyone
Yes, I heard that or something very much like it. Johnnie Diamond, I think, doing Newshour. He seemed genuinely weary.Biggus Robbus wrote: ↑Sat Feb 02, 2019 3:12 pmWe get the BBC World Service for an hour or so on weekday mornings on npr.
The presenter apologized for mentioning Brexit the other morning. Basically the whole world is getting to watch Britain air its dirty washing in public.
I know the people on this forum are relatively sane and should not have anything to be embarrassed about. However the UK is becoming a laughing stock. At least the US got a second bite at the cherry with the midterms and got the Dems the house.
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