There' a good thread on this comment here
Whatever the motives for that headline, and I'm going with "self deprecating click bait", it is hard to see beyond the sheer common sense of bringing transportation in to common ownership. We are already part the way there with scooters, pushbikes and cars. The difference being that ultimate ownership currently lies in the hands of private enterprise.
and the likes of Bastani were happy to cheer on the gillet jaunes on without realising who they were or stood for.Tubby Isaacs wrote: ↑Mon Jul 01, 2019 3:27 pm
Sure, it's very bad what the CRS do, and have done for ages. Then again France has a much stronger tradition and (to a point) toleration of protest than we do. Stuff that happens in France wouldn't be allowed to get that far.
But this is the same Macron who tried to raise petrol duty a while ago and got forced to back down by an unholy alliance, right? When Corbyn gets brave enough to propose that, get back to me.
Even in a fluffing Tweet he looks bad tempered.
Thinking of you at this sad time, Daley.
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