So May calls an unnecessary election and the consequence of her incompetent judgement is a £1bn pork barrel bribe to buy the votes of ten Northern Irish MPs to prop up this rancid government. Meanwhile no money for police, nurses, doctors, the disabled, or schools.
This explains what the two old boys I cycled passed on my way to work this morning are up to. Both where Sat outside a council house flat with union jacks proudly draped over their mobility scooters. Both with beers in hand at 8:00am this morning. FFS.
This stinks. Many many dead poor people in a fire in the richest place in London. Clearly the cladding wasn't for the benefit of the people living inside of this tower.
Look at the website of Kensington and Chelsea and the Councillors that govern there. You don't get a more privalidged bunch of people. The fucking state of Council Leader Nicholas Paget-Brown who was interviewed by the BBC. He displayed a total lack of empathy. Wankers.
Surely this is the embodiment of the gross inequality of London.
Our GDP growth in the UK was lowest in Europe at start of year at 0.2%. Contrast that with Greece at 0.4%. While this may not trend, it does show the bite of brexit and signs of recovery for Greece which is the country always cited in these arguments. The notion that past performance or growth is a worthwhile indicator of future would have most economists and actuaries dying in the aisles, so not sure why we should assume the eu won't recover and thrive?
https://www.ft.com/content/ed708118-0db … ec08aca14e Momentum in the eurozone economy has been quietly building over the last few quarters, as unemployment has fallen to its lowest since 2009 and the recovery has spread across the continent. All 19 eurozone members registered positive growth at the start of the year.
Challenges to overcome? yes, of course. But the Eurozone is hardly in meltdown.
I had a fiver on England winning. lol. Fucking hell. I'm not really a massive England fan so perhaps someone better informed can tell me, what (if any) remedial action has been taken since we lost to Iceland? Are the FA just gonna continually keep sacking managers every couple of tournaments?
Southgate has an impossible job on his hands given the pool of "talent" at his disposal. Apart from Rashford and maybe a couple of others we should just let the young lads have a go.
No cunt on earth can yet give ANY sort of detailed definition to 'Brexit' - nobody - not one - which is why after Theresa May fired the starting gun on her 'Brexit Election' not one single party talked about Brexit in any substantial way - because no cunt on earth has any actual insight into what the forthcoming negotiations will produce. And no-one should be surprised by that - it's never been done before - there is no precedent to draw from...
In one respect Theresa May was right - Brexit does mean Brexit. At this stage the one word has but one macro definition. Tories and Labour are both committed to following through on withdrawing freedom of movement and the EC is abundantly clear that that will mean having to fully leave the single market. That is Brexit. .
It's already clear that the majority of the population don't know full implications of Brexit. It's unknowable at this point.
Far better that a hung parliament debate and reach reasonable consensus on the final Brexit bill then a larage Tory majority's loony right wing push through their batshit "no deal is better then a bad deal". Still early days though and the exit poll may be well out of course.